With less than six weeks to go for the 29th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, the September Newsletter has more information and updates about what to expect from the Congress. Do also check out the highlights for the September issue of the White Journal, including the study on the impact of the HYPITAT-I trial, and the new Virtual issue on NIPT. The coming months are going to be busy for us at ISUOG with many Education and Basic Training courses in the pipeline for 2019 and 2020, including the Education course ‘Endometriosis and gynecologic oncology: do they have something in common?’ in November 2019. Read the newsletter to find out more.
The countdown to Congress is well underway - check out this month's newsletter for Congress updates such as keynote speakers, our social program, how to supplement your learning for ISUOG2019, CME points available to delegates, and live streaming opportunities. We can't wait to welcome you to Berlin for the 29th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Also available this month: new research in the August issue of UOG, a new UOG video abstract, information about upcoming ISUOG education courses and Basic Training courses, and more!
There are many udpates and opporutnities available for you in this month's newsletter. Check out highlights from the July issue of the UOG Journal, and our Virtual Issue on urogynecology, and find out what's new from ISUOG Basic Training. With plenty of World Congress updates, you can find out why #ISUOG2019 is unmissable, and what to expect from the pre-Congress courses. You'll also find full details about our upcoming ISUOG events (many of which are availabel for live stream), such as 'Endometriosis and gynecologic oncology: do they have something in common?'. You can also check out our volunteer opportunities. See you in Berlin!
Read this month's newsletter for a special message from Katia Bilardo (ISUOG President), Rabih Chaoui and Kurt Hecher (ISUOG2019 World Congress Chairs), and Laurent Salomon (ISUOG Scientific Committee Chair) on what to expect from our 2019 World Congress scientific program. Furthermore, you can check out the highlights from this month's UOG issue, which include a new ISUOG guideline on ultrasound assessment of fetal biometry and growth, a Systematic Review on cell-free DNA analysis for trisomy screening in twins, and a Consortium Report on the proceedings of the First Annual Meeting of the International Fetoscopic Myelomeningocele Repair Consortium. Additionally, you can read about our other upcoming events, pre-Congress courses and education courses. We are also introducing our new 'Run a Basic Training' program - find out more about this great opportunity!
This month's newsletter begins with a passionate message from the ISUOG Basic Training task force chair, Dr Reem Abu Rustum, inviting you to be a part of the era of ISUOG education. Browse the newsletter to find out the different ways you can get involved with ISUOG education, and to see what resources and opportunities ISUOG education has to offer you! Also this month, we have World Congress updates for you - remember to secure your place at ISUOG2019 by registering now. You can also find out more about our other upcoming educational opportunities, such as our Basic Training courses in Colombia and China, and our 'Urogynecology and pelvic floor ultrasound' education course in London, UK on 6 July. We hope to see you at our upcoming events, and that you are enjoying our online resources.
In this month's newsletter, you can read a special message from ISUOG Scientific Committee Chair Prof. Laurent Salomon, giving you highlights for the ISUOG2019 World Congress in Berlin. Remember, you have 4 days left to submit your abstract for consideration in the ISUOG2019 Scientific Program! In other news, lectures from the ISUOG2018 World Congress in Singapore are now available to all ISUOG members, so start watching now. We also have highlights from the April issue of the UOG Journal, and information about our upcoming ISUOG Education Courses 'Fetal Anomalies' and 'First Trimester'. Basic Training has two upcoming courses in Brazil and Colombia which you can register now for. Finally, we have a special video for World Health Day 2019 - check it out now!
In addition to the upcoming ISUOG World Congress, the unmissable leading event in the field of ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology, there are other ISUOG events to save the date for! There are three state-of-the-art ISUOG Education courses coming your way (all available to live stream): Fetal Anomalies on the 3-5 May in Athens, Greece, First Trimester on the 4-5 May, and Urogynecology and Pelvic Floor Ultrasound on 6 July in London, UK. Additionally, our upcoming 15th ISUOG International Symposium in Brazil on 12-14 April is incorporating ISUOG Basic Training - the BT course will take place on 11 April, and will be available to live stream individually and via satellites if you can't join us onsite in São Paulo. In other Basic Training news, Basic Training’s full theoretical curriculum is now complete, so be sure to check it out! You can also view a selection of highlights from our past Basic Training courses, and find out more about our Basic Training contributors.This newsletter also contains a special International Women's Day message from ISUOG President Prof. dr. C.M. (Katia) Bilardo - scroll to the bottom to see it.
In this month's newsletter we have a special message from the UOG Editor-in-Chief Prof. Anthony Odibo on the Journal's recent successes, along with the highlights from the February issue of the UOG Journal. There are plenty of outstanding ISUOG events for you to put in your calendar, such as ISUOG Fetal Anomalies 2019, First Trimester, and Urogynecology and pelvic floor ultrasound, the 15th ISUOG International Symposium, our next Basic Training course, and ISUOG2019. It's also your final opportunity to register to live stream the ISUOG Education Courses 'Multiple pregnancy' and 'Placental insufficiency' - so don't miss out.
ISUOG wishes you all a happy new year! In our first newsletter for 2019, ISUOG CEO Sarah Johnson outlines our achievements for last year, extending warm thanks to all involved in our community, along with our goals for this coming year. We're thrilled to announce we have reached our highest ever number of members - 15640 members in 140 countries! Our Singapore World Congress was also record breaking, with our highest ever number of delegates outside of Europe (nearly 2,500 attendees) and our highest ever satisfaction score for a Congress with 6.1 out of 7. You can check out the upcoming events, this month's Journal highlights, what's new from Outreach, and more.
This month, we have a video message from the new ISUOG President Dr Caterina Bilardo asking ISUOG members and non-members to get involved with the society and tell us what you need from ISUOG. We need you! We also have information on two upcoming ISUOG Education courses, Multiple Pregnancy and Placental Insufficiency, and other ISUOG educaitonal opportunities. You can also check out the December 2018 UOG Journal highlights, ISUOG2018 awards, a new Basic Training film and more.