Today I need your help. I'm finishing production on a training video for the Voluson i that ships free with the systems we sell to end users. I'd like your input!
The videos are free knobology/system overviews that are a visual training for our customers new to the system. It is NOT diagnostic nor is it intended to be. I've done applications training on many systems over the years, but I'm always learning from my customers and experts like you.
My question to you, loyal readers, is:
Do you have any suggestions on things you would like to see in the basic user manuals or applications training done by professionals? The audience here is a user who is new to the system, and not new to ultrasound. This could be your favorite imaging tip/hint/secret, annoying things to avoid when teaching, tips for physician training, tips for sonographer training, or important advice for learning a new system. Because it's a DVD, I can't tailor it specifically to an end user (ie: put in the context of the system it's replacing).
If I use your suggestion and it's not already included, I'll send you a free copy of the Voluson i video when it's done!
Email me your suggestions, and thank you all!