Claire Heslop is an emergency physician, practicing in Toronto at both adult and pediatric academic emergency departments. She trained in BC and Ontario, but has also practiced emergency medicine in rural hospitals both in Canada and in New Zealand. She is currently the co-director for POCUS at the University Health Network, and Co-Lead of Undergraduate Ultrasound Education at U of T
It would be easier to ask Claire what kind of POCUS she *hasn't* taught -- as she's designed workshops and training programs for nurses, NPs, med students, EM/trauma/critical care/rural/and family medicine residents and physicians, and delivered them in almost every kind of environment, from extremely tiny places (rural Haida-Gwaii, Norway, and New Zealand, etc. ), to the most urban megapolies (Sydney, Berlin, New York, Vegas, etc).
Claire believes that from the fontanelle to the first MTP, every body part is "scannable" and is ready to show you how, as she's been teaching POCUS virtually since 2016.
When not wielding a transducer, you will (or won't) find Claire trail running through the French Alps, or paragliding off a Swiss hillside.