SDMS's core purpose is to enhance the art and science of medicine by advancing medical sonography. As an SDMS member you will join an exclusive network of over 28,000 sonographers and sonography students.
The SDMS provides opportunities to earn and offer continuing medical education (CME). We also have educational resources for the sonography community.
The SDMS offers resources for the sonography industry.
The SDMS supports credentialing for sonographers and provides representation on legislative and regulatory issues that affect the sonography profession.
Formed in 2009, the SDMS Foundation is a nonprofit charitable organization affiliated with the SDMS. The SDMS Foundation fosters professional learning and excellence by working to improve the field of diagnostic medical sonography.
The SDMS provides various products for the sonography community.
The Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS) is a professional membership organization founded in 1970 to promote, advance, and educate its members and the medical community in the science of diagnostic medical sonography. The SDMS is the largest association of sonographers and sonography students in the world.
The SDMS Registry Review Series are designed to help sonographers and sonography students prepare for national certification exams, act as a clinical refresher, enable sonographers to earn SDMS CME credit, or serve as a text in the sonography classroom.
Written by sonography experts, the SDMS Registry Review Series are in outline format and include multiple-choice test questions for SDMS CME credit at no extra charge. The series also includes exclusive access to supplemental webinars with sonographic images.
The SDMS Registry Review Series are available in the SDMS Store.
Each study guide includes:
Comprehensive Study Outline | Practice Tests | On-Demand Webinars
Available SDMS Registry Review Series Titles:
2745 Dallas Pkwy Ste 350, Plano, TX 75093 USA
Tel: +1 214.473.8057 or 1.800.229.9506
Fax: +1 214.473.8563
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