This course is fully booked onsite however it is still possible to view the course, interact with speakers and engage from your own home or place of work using our live stream option.
Register for live stream!
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd April
London, UK & live streamed globally*
Live: London, UK from 09:00 (GMT)
Or login in from your time zone when you can!
ISUOG member: £325
ISUOG non-member: £395**
Live stream ISUOG member: £130
Live stream ISUOG non-member: £195**
** (includes 2017 core membership)
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About the course:
The incidence of multiple pregnancy is rising. These pregnancies have a higher risk for the mother and the babies as multiple pregnancies are associated with increased perinatal mortality and morbidity. The management of these cases can be challenging and relies largely on the use of ultrasound. Therefore this course will provide an essential focus on ultrasound-related complications, their diagnosis and management to improve clinicians’ expertise in multiple pregnancies.
This course has been 10 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.
• Gain expertise and confidence in ultrasound-related complications, diagnosis and management of multiple pregnancies
• Improve your knowledge of the recommended monitoring for different types of multiple pregnancies
• Become familiar with the ISUOG Practice Guidelines on the role of ultrasound in twin pregnancies
• Engage with an international panel of experts on topics such as screening for aneuploidy, twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome and selective fetal growth restriction
• View live surgical demonstrations by Dr D. Oepkes
Who should attend:
Advanced and trainee clinicians, sonographers, obstetricians (specialists, trainees, consultants), fetal medicine specialists.
Submit a case study:
You are invited to submit a case study to present during the course. You must use the ISUOG powerpoint sides to present your case study (downloadable below)
Instructions to submit you case study for consideration of presentation:
Cases should be no more than 250 - 300 words and include the following:
- Presentation of case/ background
- Investigation & management of pregnancy
- High quality images and/ or video
- Submitted cases must be saved: last name_name_case presented
Download powerpoint slides here
Deadline for submitting case study is 13th March 2017. Please send your slides to firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com if your location is not serviced by YouTube and we will offer alternative ways to interact with the course content.
The entire course will be online at the disposal of those who are registered within 48 hours and will stay online for 1 month. It is possible to log on and view the course as many times as you wish during that month.
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.
The course will take place at the ISUOG Secretariat office in London, UK and will be live streamed globally.
122 Freston Road
London, W10 6TR
Reduced accomodation rates are available to ISUOG course delegates at the 4* Dorsett Hotel and the 4* K West, both in Shepherd's Bush, 20 minutes walk from the ISUOG office. Details will be emailed to all registered delegates. Rates start at £155 per night inc VAT and full English breakfast.
For registration enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Notification of cancellation must be sent in writing to ISUOG (email@example.com). Cancellations will be accepted up to and including 15 March 2017, with a refund of all paid fees (except ISUOG membership fee for non-members) minus a £25.00 administration charge. Refunds after this date will only be made under exceptional circumstances and will be at the sole discretion of the organising committee.
ISUOG regrets that it cannot accept cancellation requests for internet connection interruption. Should you not be able to access the live stream video on the day due to local internet failure or other technological issues, we will endeavour to provide the full course recordings for your review post-event.
If, for reasons beyond the control of ISUOG, an event is cancelled, a full refund will be made. We are not liable to pay any incurred costs resulting from any postponement or cancellation, ISUOG's total liability to you in connection with the cancellation of an event shall be limited to a refund of the fee.