University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

AIRP Training Services

Research training sessions can be arranged for large groups (such as for multi-center research studies) or small groups (such as for single-site investigators). They typically take 1.5-2 days and may involve hybrid learning (web, class, and hands-on) depending on your needs. The majority of the training course is devoted to hands-on, supervised scanning and reading practice. We can provide a certificate of completion, but do not provide CME/CEU credits or post-training “certification,” unless a quality assurance and/or maintenance of certification process is funded by the sponsoring research study. For clinical training, physicians and sonographers are encouraged to attend together. Please contact Dr. Stein for more information.

Please contact Dr. Stein for more information.