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Warren Adie

Warren Adie MBBS

Heidelberg, Victoria    Australia
Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine, Diagnostic Ultrasound,...More
Spoken at 18 events

Biography :

Dr Warren Adie is a Senior Emergency Medicine Registrar at Austin Health. His enthusiasm in ultrasound arose from working in resource poor rural and remote hospitals and clinics across Australia.

Warren has successfully attained a certificate diploma in clinical ultrasound and on completion of his ACEM fellowship aims to complete a diagnostic diploma in ultrasound.

His interests include ultrasound identification and guidance in the treatment of shock, lung ultrasound, peripheral nerve blocks, dislocation diagnosis and treatment and the use of ultrasound to improve safety and success in emergency procedures.

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Emergency Medicine

Interested Topics

Emergency Medicine, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Radiology, Healthcare Management, Medicine, Public Health, Clinical Research, Ultrasound, Lung Ultrasound, Peripheral Nerve Blocks, Fractures

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MOC / CME / CE Requirements
Virginia Board of Medicine

Virginia Board of Medicine accepts the courses that are endorsed by ACCME and grants AMA PRA Category 1 credit.

MD/DO Requirement:

CME Credits Required : 60.00 | Licensing Cycle AMA PRA : 2 Years | Category Credits : 30.00



  • 60 hours of CME for every 2 years followed by immediate preceding renewal
  • A minimum of 30 hours must be under Category 1, of which 2 hours must be in pain management, proper prescribing of controlled substances, and the diagnosis of management of addiction.
  • OCC/MOC is not specifically addressed, but an endorsement of recertification by a specialty board is admitted as a substitute by the Virginia Board of Medicine.