Check out Beaming 3 :)), the latest version of the Basic Training newsletter. Highlights from our special “Beaming round the world” issue include updates on our recent courses in Chennai, Lebanon and Athens, and what to expect from Basic Training at the World Congress in Singapore.
You can now view poster presentations for #ISUOG2018 online! These posters will be free-access until our World Congress starts. These posters are sorted into 19 different categories, including abnormally invasive placenta (inc. accreta), fetal growth: normal and abnormal, fetal heart, CHD and cardiac functions, managing ovarian masses, ultrasound in the labour ward, bleeding, endometrial and myometrial pathology, and safety, education, simulation and other innovations.
New ISUOG Practice Guideline on the role of ultrasound in screening for and follow-up of pre-eclampsia
All ISUOG Practice Guidelines are hashtag free-access.
Birth-weight discordance and neonatal morbidity in twin pregnancy: analysis of STORK multiple pregnancy cohort
You can plan your Congress in advance with our itinerary planner, which you can use to search our final ISUOG2018 program for the sessions and speakers you don’t want to miss. Remember to check out our Pre-Congress courses on 20 October, which will explore themes within the main scientific program in more detail. Can’t make it to Singapore? ISUOG Congress Insight will stream Session Hall 1 on Monday 22 Oct, and we'll also be live streaming our Pre-Congress Course ‘From genetics to obstetric management: essential genetics in practice’ (in partnership with SMFM). The ISUOG Basic Training Pre-Congress Course is also available to live stream via satellites.
Are you coming to the Basic Training Pre-Congress course “A Practical Approach to the Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Examination” on Saturday 20th Oct at #ISUOG2018? ISUOG Basic Training is also running a simulation workshop on BT highlights in obs and gyne on Sunday 21st October from 08:30 to 13:00. There are limited places available, so secure your spot now. Practice scanning with our BT trainers at our third year of simulation workshops at the ISUOG World Congress, and last year’s session was completely booked – so make sure to get in touch if you want a space!
Watch this video abstract on an article from Lapa and colleagues describing their clinical experience with percutaneous fetoscopic closure of large open spina bifida defects
Don’t miss our Basic Training train the trainers workshop on Monday at 14:15 in Hall 4 to learn more about our program and engage in a conversation with our Task Force and faculty. And don’t forget to join our BT hubs on Monday at 11am and Tuesday at 1pm, delivering highlights of the scientific program to trainees and beginners with the Basic Training approach! And you can watch our new film “The Basic Steps of an obstetric ultrasound: Basic Training film screening” on Monday in Hub 4 at 12:10-12:50.
Everything you need to know about the Singapore World Congress! Find out about the program, viewing the presentations On Demand, additional educational opportunities, networking and our social program, accomodation, how to supplement your learning, and our #UOGIMPACTFACTOR photo challenge. Also available in this newsletter are our UOG highlights from the October issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology, and our other upcoming events.
The October issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes a Systematic Review on the predictive accuracy of the cerebroplacental ratio for adverse outcome in suspected fetal growth restriction (FGR), a Systematic Review on the prediction of preterm delivery using biomarker tests, and Original Articles on percutaneous fetoscopic closure of large open spina bifida, maternal hemodynamics, fetal biometry and Doppler indices in pregnancies with suspected FGR, and the effect of the freeze-all policy on in-vitro fertilization outcome in poor ovarian responders.