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Early diagnosis of fetal anomalies        

This Course is intended to present an up to date review on the different aspects of the normal fetal anatomy and the possibilities for diagnosis of anomalies during the first trimester and early second trimester. The Course focuses on the use of high resolution US transducers by the transabdominal and transvaginal approach. Renowned experts will share their views and knowledge with you, giving you all you ever wanted to know on early ultrasound fetal assessment! View an open access lecture by speaker Professor Rabih Chaoui on 'Anomalous pulmonary venous return' to get an idea of the program!

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Course chairs:     Katia Bilardo (Netherlands) & Gustavo Malinger (Israel)
Date:   Sunday 13 & Monday 14 March 2016
Location:   London, UK & live streamed globally*
Time:     Live: London, UK from 09:00 (GMT)
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Rates:  ISUOG member: £300
ISUOG non-member: £380**
Live stream ISUOG member: £130
Live stream ISUOG non-member: £195**
** (includes 2016 core membership)   
Registration queries: Contact us at  registration@isuog.org

Program: Please  click here  to see the full preliminary course program.

Invited Faculty:   

  • Caterina Bilardo  Netherlands)
  • Julene Carvalho  (UK)
  • Rabih Chaoui  (Germany)
  • Jon Hyett  (Australia)
  • Asma Khalil  (UK)
  • Ann Tabor ( Denmark )

* 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 congress@isuog.org  if your location is not serviced by YouTube and we will offer alternative ways to interact with the course content.

Joining instructions:

The following information has been prepared to assist you with your arrival in London and to facilitate your attendance at the course and your stay in the city for onsite delegates.

CME:

The Early diagnosis of fetal anomalies course has been designated by EACCME (European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education) for a maximum of (or 'for up to') 10 hours of European external CME credits. Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

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

Venue:

The Royal Society , established in 1660, is the UK’s national science academy and a Fellowship of some 1,600 of the world’s most eminent scientists.  Located  at 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG, UK. Helping you to make the most of your time in London, the venue is just a 10 minute walk to Buckingham Palace, St James's Palace, Piccadilly Circus and St James's Park.

Case studies:

Following the success of the case presentation sessions during last year’s Fetal Anomalies course, we are again giving delegates the chance to present this year in London ( see program ).

If you are willing to submit case study on early diagnosis of anomalies involving any system you may do so until Wednesday 9 March . The case presentation should be no longer than 5 minutes; please send a short description of your case and a brief PowerPoint presentation (2-5 slides) including any related clips and images to congress@isuog.org .

The five most interesting cases will be selected for presentation.

Reviews

Click here to  read the feedback  from our delegates said about the 2015 ISUOG education course, 'Fetal anomalies: head and heart.'

Hotels:

Special rates arranged with hotels for delegates attending this course have now ended. Please contact the hotels directly to make your booking.

  • Hilton Green Park
    Half Moon Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 7BN (14 min walk to venue) 
    Book online .
  • Holiday Inn Mayfair 
    3 Berkeley Street, London W1J 8NE (15 min walk to venue) 
    To book call 0800 40 50 60 and quote  BXB .
  • Amba Hotel
    The Strand, London WC2N 5HX (9 min walk to venue)
    To book call 0871 376 9012 or email  bookcc@amba-hotel.com   
  • The Trafalgar Hotel  
    Trafalgar Square, London SW1A 2TS (4 min walk to venue) 
    Book online .

Support:

This course is supported by unrestricted education grants from:

GE Healthcare
  

Toshiba  

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