CNIH completes its first year of CPD!
CNIH CPD completed its first year of operation with 87 students, 5 faculty, 4 online theory courses, 3 customized courses, and 2 imaging courses. We are now planning our course offerings for 2016 and if you have any suggestions for courses or are interested in joining our faculty team, drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a wonderful holiday season and we hope to see you in 2016.
The Canadian National Institute of Health Launches our Continuous Professional Development Program.
Competence is much more than completing registry exams – it is about continuous quality improvement and competency maintenance. The Canadian National Institute of Health (CNIH) launched Ottawa’s first ultrasound training program September 2012. The first class graduated on April 26, 2014 and we welcomed Class 3 on May 2014. Two years later, on September 2014, we are launching our vision for continuing professional development – long and short theory courses that can be taken online ...
CNIH Announces Kathleen Foran as the new DMS Program Director
Kathleen Foran joined CNIH in July 2013 as Practicum Coordinator and we are very pleased to announce that she has accepted the position of Program Director. Kathleen has over twenty years of experience in the field of Sonography in a variety of roles that have demonstrated expert patient care and support for the development of sonographers and sonography students. Her passion is education. Kathleen was an Adjunct Professor of Sonography at George Washington University, in ...
Congratulations to Class 1
On April 26, 2014, CNIH graduated our first cohort of 7 students. You will find our graduates in Ottawa, London, ON, Montreal, Saskatoon, and Calgary. Please join the Program Director and Faculty Team in congratulating their accomplishment.
CNIH Receives CMA Accreditation
James Keslassy, the President of CNIH, is pleased to announce the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Diploma (DMS) Program successfully achieved accreditation status with the Canadian Medical Association. The DMS program at CNIH Is a 20-month program that prepares students for the specialty of generalist sonographer. James would like to thank the DMS program team for their efforts to ensure a successful accreditation.