University of Southern Indiana

Amy Wilson

Amy Wilson, MS, RT(R), RDMS, RVT

Chair of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program
Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program

Clinical Associate Professor of Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program

Health Professions Center - 3062

Accepts Office Hours by Appointment

About Me

I have been a sonography educator at the University of Southern Indiana for over 10 years.  I am the clinical coordinator for our accredited Diagnostic Medical Sonography program.  Prior to my appointment at the university, I was a clinical staff sonographer in Evansville, Indiana for approximately 10 years.


Education and Certifications

2009                Master of Science in Education, University of Southern Indiana

1994                Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology, Indiana University School of Medicine

1993                Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology, Indiana University School of Medicine

2004-Present    Certified Sonographer-Obstetrics & Gynecology, American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography

2003-Present    Certified Sonographer-Breast, American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography

1999-Present    Certified Sonographer-Vascular, American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography

1995-Present    Certified Sonographer-Abdomen, American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography

1993-Present    Certified Radiologic Technologist-Radiography, American Registry of Radiologic Technologists

1993-Present    Indiana State Department of Health Diagnostic X-ray Machine Operator

1991-Present    American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certification



DMS313, Sonographic Sectional Anatomy

DMS327, Clinical Practice I-General

DMS337, Clinical Practice II-General

DMS347, Advanced Clinical Practice

DVT398, Introduction to Sonographic Vascular Lab

DVT402, Vascular Procedures I

DVT421, Vascular Procedures II

DVT423, Sonographic Vascular Lab Practice I

DVT426, Clinical Practice I-Vascular

DVT437, Clinical Practice I-Vascular

ECHO426, Clinical Practice I-Cardiac

ECHO437, Clinical Practice II-Cardiac



Assessing the Benefits of Bladder Ultrasound Scanners in Nursing Homes


Recent Publications

Wilson, A., Dugger, R., Ehlman, M.C., Eggleston, B. (in press). The role of implementation science in nursing homes: A case study review of the integration of bladder ultrasound scanners. Annals of Long-Term Care.

Ehlman, K., Wilson, A., Dugger, R., Eggleston, B., Coudret, N., & Mathis, S. (2012). Nursing home staff members’ attitudes and knowledge about urinary incontinence: The impact of technology and training. Urologic Nursing, 32(4).

Wilson, M. & Wilson, A. L. (2011). Legislation approaching sonography. Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography 27(4), 191-197.

Hall, M., Fairchild, C., McBride, J. A., Titzer, J. L., Wilson, A. L., Hiam, J. (2010). Imaging utilization: An interdisciplinary workshop for NP students. Nurse Educator 35(6), 234-236.

Ehlman, M. C., Coudret, N., Dugger, R,Eggleston B, Mathis, S, & Wilson, A. (2010). Assessing the benefits of bladder ultrasound scanners in nursing homes: The impact on quality of life [Abstract].  Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 58(4, S1-S280), S70.

Wilson, M., Remlinger, R., & Wilson, A. (2010). Critical thinking for sonographic breast imaging. Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography 26(5), 226-237.

Wilson, M. & Wilson, A. (2009). What does government regulation really mean? Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography 25(2), 88-92.


Professional Organizations

2012-Present    Lambda Nu Theta Chi National Honor Society

2005-Present    Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography

2005-Present    Indiana Society of Radiologic Technologists

2005-2012       Society of Vascular Ultrasound

2005-2009       American Society of Radiologic Technologists

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