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Advances in Fetal Echocardiography 

ISUOG is delighted to co-sponsor this joint course with the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) at their 36th annual conference, The Pregnancy Meeting, Atlanta, USA. For those who cannot attend in person, ISUOG is offering access to the event via live streaming at highly discounted rates.

Explore the the theme of the course! Click to see course Chair, Dr Julene Carvalho, presenting at ISUOG's 25th World Congress in Montreal on 'Skipped beats: usually benign… but when are they not?' and Course Chair, Dr Alfred Abuhamad's Masterclass on 'Pearls in cardiac imaging' the World Congress in Barcelona in 2014.


Course organisers:   SMFM & ISUOG

Course chairs:          Alfred Abuhamad (USA) & Julene Carvalho (UK)

Date:                         2 February, 2016

Location:                   Live streamed globally*

Time:                         Live: Atlanta, USA from 07:45 (EST)

                                  Live:  GMT from 12:45

                                  CET from 13:45

                                  Or login in from your time zone when you can!

Rates:                        ISUOG member: £125

                                  ISUOG non-member: £180**

                                   Sonographer or trainee member: £70

                                   Sonographer or trainee non-member: £125**

                                   **(includes 2016 core membership)   

Registration:               Register online now via this link

                                   To attend in person, please visit SMFM's website  

Registration queries: Contact us at

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The course’s expert faculty will cover the following learning objectives within the program:

1. Review in details the normal anatomy of the fetal heart

2. Present diagnosis and management of abnormal cardiac chambers

3. Discuss in details abnormalities of the outflow tract

4. Review normal anatomy of central fetal venous system and discuss its abnormal development

5. Discuss fetal cardiac rhythm abnormalities

Please click here to see the full preliminary course program.

Invited Faculty:

Alfred Abuhamad

Julene Carvalho

Joshua Copel

Bettina Cuneo

Jack Rychik

Julia Solomon

*Live stream access:

ISUOG uses YouTube technology to broadcast its courses. This ensures recorded lectures are available on the course live stream website 'on demand' immediately after they are recorded so delegates can join the live stream from various time zones and catch up on any content missed.

Countries with standing national bans on YouTube include China, Iran, and Turkmenistan. YouTube is also mostly blocked in Germany from YouTube's side due to disputes between GEMA and YouTube over royalties. Please contact us at if your location is not serviced by YouTube and we will offer alternative ways to interact with the course content.


To receive CME points for attendance, live stream delegates will need to answer MCQ questions after the event via ISUOG's online CME platform.

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If you would like to attend this in person in Atlanta, USA, please follow this link for full registration details.

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