Point of Care Ultrasound (PoCUS) in Neonatology and Pediatrics


Thursday, September 8, 2022


02:00 PM Europe/London

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In this one-hour webinar, Dr Liam Mahoney and Kathryn Jenner will discuss the case for PoCUS and simulation in NICU and PICU. The online event will cover the value of ultrasound in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units, current training methods and opportunities, along with a live demonstration of Intelligent Ultrasound’s BabyWorks platform. 

PoCUS in Neonatology and Pediatrics (Dr Liam Mahoney)

  • The value of bedside ultrasound in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units
  • Current training methods – challenges and opportunities

 The role of simulation in NICU/PICU (Kathryn Jenner)

  • Why Intelligent Ultrasound developed BabyWorks
  • Meeting NICU and PICU needs – competence and confidence


Live BabyWorks Demonstration

  • Head and brain
  • Heart
  • Lungs
  • Abdomen


BabyWorks at University Hospital Bristol (Dr Liam Mahoney)

  • The case for BabyWorks at University Hospital Bristol – drivers and objectives
  • Study data and feedback to date


Question and Answer Session


Kathryn Jenner, RDMS, RVT

Kathryn qualified as a sonographer in the United States in 2010. Before joining Intelligent Ultrasound in September 2015, as Clinical Imaging Specialist, Kathryn worked at the award-winning Mission Hospital, North Carolina, USA as a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer in general, obstetrics/gynaecology, vascular, interventional radiology, intraoperative and neonatal/paediatric ultrasound. Katie now leads the development of Intelligent Ultrasound’s simulation product portfolio.

Dr Liam Mahoney

Liam graduated from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2009 and has had a varied clinical training pathway spanning two postgraduate deaneries (KSS & Severn) and an EU funded research fellowship as part of the NEO-Circulation consortium. He is currently a Locum Consultant Neonatologist at St. Michael’s Hospital in Bristol.

Liam’s area of special interest is neonatal haemodynamics and the use of functional echocardiography in the assessment and treatment of unwell infants. He is a keen educationalist being a NLS medical director, co-lead for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching at St. Michael’s Hospital in Bristol and is a member of the RCPCH’s Training & Quality Board.