Lianne is an Assistant Professor and member of the POCUS group within the Division of Emergency Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. She‚Äã ha‚Äãs completed training in Paediatric Emergency Medicine and Point-of-care Ultrasound in Toronto, and focuses on clinical teaching and community outreach for paediatricians, emergency physicians and PEM physicians. She’s the chair of SonoToronto, Toronto’s premier (and only) city-wide POCUS rounds, and sits as the Paediatric representative on the Undergraduate Ultrasound Advisory Group for the University of Toronto. Recently, she completed a Masters in Health Informatics and is looking deeper into the roles and interactions of different health care technologies on the patient experience.

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