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Sonographer, Author and Program Director Yonella Demers, MSRS RDMS (Ab, Ob/Gyn, PS) RVT

Yonella Demars has been a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer for over nine years. She has a BS and Master’s degree in Radiologic Sciences and is currently in the candidacy phase of a Radiation Science PhD degree. Her interest is burnout and organizational commitment among sonographers in the U.S.  She is also an author and entrepreneur of Keep reading

It was truly an honor to interview Joan P. Baker MSR, RDMS, RDCS, FSDMS. Originally from England, Baker was invited to the United States in the 1960s – due to her sonography passion and practice – and she’s been here ever since. Baker’s eclectic career as a clinical sonographer, educator, and now president of the Keep reading

Interview With Sonographer Dr. Traci Fox

Dr. Traci Fox EdD, RT(R), RDMS, RVT has been a sonographer for over 20 years, but she’s been intrigued by the sciences since grade school. She earned her Bachelor and Masters of Science degrees from Thomas Jefferson University, and her Doctorate in Education from Drexel University. Currently she is a full time Diagnostic Medical Sonography Keep reading

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Many of us do not remember a time when it was rare to see women in the workforce. Some of us (men and women alike) may think the problem of gender inequality no longer exists. And, in this day and age, the very idea of a man and woman working the same job but earning Keep reading

Breaking the Glass Ceiling in Healthcare

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There are often many barriers in place that keep women from reaching the top of their given profession, and that can certainly be said of the healthcare industry. Women have a strong representation in many of the various fields within healthcare, but are disproportionately misrepresented at the top. How do those numbers break down, and Keep reading

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These days, we’re busier than ever, balancing the stresses of life, work, family, and our personal interests. Men and women alike are juggling so much and are trying to make it all work on a tight budget and not enough time. But women often feel the brunt of the difficulties at work, where they often Keep reading

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The decision to begin a new career isn’t an easy one to make, and the difficulty can be compounded by a myriad of factors, including being in recovery from addiction. UltrasoundSchoolsInfo is pleased to welcome guest author Rufus Carter, who has been in recovery for 9 years. For the past 6 years, he has worked Keep reading

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Ideally you are considering a career in medical imaging because you are passionate about patient care and intrigued with how the human body functions as well as contributing to diagnoses and working with a team of healthcare professionals. But it is completely realistic for you to want to pursue a profession that also offers a Keep reading

Time Management Tips for Sonographers

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In addition to the faculty highlighted in our “Advice from Ultrasound Professors” article, we also heard back from Ken Galbraith, the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program Director at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York. The Chair of the Ultrasound Program offered this advice for aspiring medical imagers: “Take care of your patients’ needs. You Keep reading