May 1, 2016
Toshiba and the Australian Institute of Ultrasound officially announce their new partnership to expand education offerings to sonographers and clinicians using Toshiba’s market leading ultrasound systems. The Ultrasound Business Unit Manager, Robert Petersen said the partnership was in response to our customer’s need for the highest standard in clinical education and the AIU’s strong reputation as leaders in ultrasound training.
The Australian Institute of Ultrasound covers a wide range of courses that intersect with the clinical capabilities of Toshiba’s high-end ultrasound systems. Toshiba Ultrasound
represents leading innovation in medical ultrasound and through this partnership we can be sure that medical professionals receive the education required to get the best outcomes for their patients.
The Australian Institute of Ultrasound was one of the first private ultrasound education providers in Australia, which has been established for over 20 years. Located on the Gold Coast, delegates attend from around the world to receive lectures and practical sessions by highly trained and experienced imaging professionals.
Director of the Australian Institute of Ultrasound, Mr Kim Sanderson said that the synergy between the two companies will form the basis of a strong relationship that will increase the provision of quality education to the medical community.
“The Australian Institute of Ultrasound has a very positive reputation in the education field, and the partnership with Toshiba allows us to highlight the latest in Ultrasound technology from our state of the art facilities on the Gold Coast” Mr Sanderson said.
The Australian Institute of Ultrasound holds over 80 educational courses annually across a wide range of clinical areas. The modern facility also houses an audio visual production suite where high quality training videos are produced as well as other educational material.
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