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DR MARK REWI

FACEM, MBCHB(Auckland), PGC CPU(Otago), CCPU, PGC ClinED(Canterbury), ACLS instructor.  

​​Why I'm LOCUS for POCUS

I have been a strong advocate for improving credentialing, equipment acquisition/maintenance, imaging management and education in point of care ultrasound. I would like clinicians to have better access to point of care training to meet high standards of quality and consistency.

DR MARK REWI

FACEM, MBCHB(Auckland), PGC CPU(Otago), CCPU, PGC ClinED(Canterbury), ACLS instructor.  
 

I have been a strong advocate for improving credentialing, equipment acquisition/maintenance, imaging management and education in point of care ultrasound. I would like clinicians to have better access to point of care training to meet high standards of quality and consistency.

DR MICK KILLEEN

FACEM

​​Why I'm LOCUS for POCUS

I have realised that POCUS is the most accurate diagnostic tool that I have at the bedside. It I also an essential tool to assist many procedures. The Light bulb moment is the first time you pick up the probe and realise that you can actually see into your patients body and suddenly there is no more guess work anymore. I use POCUS on the majority of my patients , in some form or other. I believe it is now essential as a diagnostic tool and therapeutic guide . Arguably you cannot practice Emergency medicine anymore without POCUS skills.

Training & Education

Irish graduate , FACEM training in NZ

Why EMUGs?

Inspired to join in and build the momentum by enthusiastic colleagues at MMH ED


When I grow up...

Professional Sportsman

Bucket List

Surf more epic breaks

Why EMUGs?

Inspired to join in and build the momentum by enthusiastic colleagues at MMH ED


When I grow up...

Professional Sportsman

Bucket List

Surf more epic breaks

DR MICK KILLEEN

FACEM

​​Why I'm LOCUS for POCUS

I have realised that POCUS is the most accurate diagnostic tool that I have at the bedside. It I also an essential tool to assist many procedures. The Light bulb moment is the first time you pick up the probe and realise that you can actually see into your patients body and suddenly there is no more guess work anymore. I use POCUS on the majority of my patients , in some form or other. I believe it is now essential as a diagnostic tool and therapeutic guide . Arguably you cannot practice Emergency medicine anymore without POCUS skills.

Training & Education

Irish graduate , FACEM training in NZ

Co-Chairs

Dr Gabriela King

Dr Alistair Maclean

Events Team

Dr Dan Anderson

Dr David Haunschmidt
Dr Devin Faragasso
Dr Rebecca Dong
Dr Ashleigh Hawley

Dr Amanda Collins
Dr Jennifer Heyes

Dr Willem Van Der Merwe

Instructor Team

Dr Cris Zollo

Dr Phill Young

Dr Gaynor Prince

Dr Sierra Beck

Dr Janet Pribble

Dr George Stephenson

Dr Steve Crandall

Dr Mark Rewi

New Zealand

Meet the New Zealand Events and Instructor Teams.

Meet the Team

Dr Gabriela King

Co-Chair

Dr Alistair Maclean

Co-Chair

Dr Dan Anderson

Events Team

Dr David Haunshmidt

Events Team

Dr Devin Faragasso

Events Team

Dr Rebecca Dong

Events Team

Dr Ashleigh Hawley

Events Team

Dr Amanda Collins

Events Team

Dr Jennifer Heyes

Events Team

Dr Willem Van Der Merwe

Events Team

Jo McCann

Events Team

Dr Phil Young

Instructor Team

Dr Gaynor Prince

Instructor Team

Dr Sierra Beck

Instructor Team 

Dr Mark Rewi

Instructor Team

Dr Cris Zolo

Instructor Team

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