Charlotte Genell Henningsen, MS, RT(R), RDMS, RVT, FSDMS, F
Board Certification   
Neurosonology, Vascular Technology, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Abdomen, Fetal Echocardiography, Breast
Current Professional Affiliation
Chair and Professor, Diagnostic Medical Sonography Department (AS and BS Programs), Adventist University of Health Sciences, Orlando, FL (25 years)
Clinical Preceptor and Adjunct Faculty, Florida Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency, Florida Hospital, Orlando, FL (8 years)
Adjunct Faculty, Florida Hospital Radiology Residency, Florida Hospital, Orlando, FL (5 years)
Lecturer, Florida Hospital Surgical Residency Program, Orlando, FL (1 year)
Assistant Professor of Radiology, UCF College of Medicine (3 years)
Participation in AIUM Committee Work
Membership Committee (2014-2016)
76811 Task Force (2013)
Reviewer for Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (2013 - present)
Task Force for Development of a Collaborative Guideline for the use of Ultrasound Guidance for Vascular Access (2010-2012)
Clinical Standards Committee (2009-2015, Board Liaison 2016)
Ultrasound Practice Forum (2005-2007)
Finance Committee ex officio member (2015-2017)
Elective Offices
2nd Vice President (2015-2017)
Board of Governors (2014-2015)
Fellow (2011)
Contributions as a Faculty Member at AIUM Meetings
AIUM Annual Conference: Ultrasound Evaluation of Acute Abdominal Pain (2016)
AIUM Preconference at Advanced OB/Gyn Seminar: First Trimester Anatomic Imaging (2015, 2016)
AIUM/SDMS Webinar: An Evidence-Based Approach to the Short Cervix (2013)
AIUM/SDMS Webinar: Screening for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (2012)
Annual Convention, co-developed presentation: Just Images – Gyn (2010)
Annual Convention: How to Obtain Great Obstetric Images: Obstetric Doppler (2007)
Primary Area(s) of Ultrasound Experience
Abdomen & Superficial Structures, OB/Gyn, Fetal Echo, Neurosonography, Vascular, Point of Care
4 peer-reviewed journal articles (3-OB pathology, 1-emergency medicine [3rd author])
15 textbook chapters (3-infant hip, 12-OB; includes 4 in publication)
Chief Editor of SDMS National Certification Review Series (multispecialty)
Editor/Author of multispecialty textbook; Co-editor/author of 2nd edition
Affiliations and Positions with Other Professional Societies
Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography – Board of Directors (2003-2013), President (2009-2011); SRU Sonographer relations Advisory Panel (2009-2011); Multiple Committees served (1999-2009) Chair: National Education Curriculum Task Force (2005-2008); Fellow (2003); SDMS Conference Faculty (1992, 1998, 2000-2014)
Society for Vascular Ultrasound – member
Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography – Site Visitor/Team Chair (1996-present)
American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography – Exam Development Task Force for Neurosonology (2007-2013), Emergency Medicine Task Force (2013), Latin American Task Force (2014-2015)
NTQR: Nuchal Translucency Oversight Committee (2011-2012)
Perinatal Quality Foundation – Education Committee (2012-2016)
Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education - member

What are your Goals for the AIUM?
If re-elected to serve as the AIUM Second Vice President, I would like to contribute to activities that increase awareness of the effectiveness, safety, and affordability of sonography and that educate users and ultimately lead to improved patient care. We need to continue to highlight and develop initiatives such as “Ultrasound First” and the “Year of Ultrasound” that promote patient care through the education of physicians, sonographers, and the public about the benefits of sonography including the research-based efficacy of its use. Ultrasound technology continues to improve with subsequent expansion of its applications. The AIUM must continue its important role in developing protocols, guidelines, and standards for applications and continued medical education (CME) offerings in the diverse disciplines and specialties of its members to insure that patients receive appropriate medical care.
I am fortunate to have worked within the radiology and perinatal arenas for most of my career; and as an educator, have additionally been able to instruct and interact within the realms of emergency medicine, surgery, anesthesia, physician assistant, nursing, and medical education. I have seen the benefits of collaborating with multiple specialty areas and organizations and the strength it brings to the profession of ultrasound. I hope to use my diverse knowledge and experience in association committee and board service, and my exposure to the many disciplines and specialty areas of ultrasound and sonography education, to effectively and collaboratively serve the AIUM and its members.