The June ISUOG newsletter contains a letter from ISUOG's president Professor Tom Bourne, important news on our upcoming Virtual World Congress 2021, and the latest news on our educational offerings including the latest free webinar on ultrasound in labour ward management.
The May ISUOG newsletter contains a letter from ISUOG's president Professor Tom Bourne, the new dates of our Virtual World Congress, and the latest news on our educational offerings including the upcoming advanced course on congenital infections.
The April newsletter includes a letter from ISUOG's president Professor Tom Bourne, an update on abstract submissions for the 2021 World Congress, reminders for the Virtual Symposium event plus a call out for French translators to volunteer for ISUOG's basic training in ultrasound initiative.
The March newsletter includes UOG Journal March issue highlights, resources to support endometriosis awareness month and an opportunity for Arabic speaking volunteers for ISUOG Outreach.
The February newsletter contains an announcement of a new free monthly webinar series starting on February 28 plus updates for our International Symposium, case submission deadlines and digital ambassador opportunities. Read the February UOG journal highlights and watch the latest video abstract on foley catheter vs oral misoprostol for induction of labor. Lots of new CME activities have been added to ISUOG academy and patient information leaflets also.
This month we celebrate our 30th anniversary. January's newsletter includes a letter from our President and an exciting call for volunteers to join our Next Generation committee. The January issue UOG Journal highlights are included in the newsletter as well as the cover competition Art Gallery. Participate in our 30th anniversary celebrations by signing up to watch the recording of our free educational webinar that took place on 10th January- registration now closes Friday 15th January. Finally, the scientific program for ISUOG’s Virtual International Symposium is now online and registration is open!
This months newsletter includes a letter from our new President, Professor Tom Bourne and an introduction to three new Trustees. The November issue UOG Journal highlights are included as well as information on our latest educational offering, the cardiac advanced online series. The November 2020 newsletter also contains a wrap up of our Virtual Congress, information on award winners and abstract book plus a special announcement of a free celebratory webinar event due to take place this January 2021.
In this month’s newsletter you can find important updates on our Virtual World Congress and what to expect. You can also find further information a wide variety of research on topics such as a study on the survival outcome in severe left-sided congenital diaphragmatic hernia with and without FETO in a country with suboptimal neonatal management, a study on translabial ultrasound for grading of obstetric anal sphincter injury, and a study on the utility of lung ultrasound assessment for probable SARS-CoV-2 infection during pregnancy and universal screening of asymptomatic individuals, our Cardiac advanced online course much more.
In this month’s newsletter you can find important updates on our education courses. You can also find further information about our upcoming Virtual World Congress, online learning opportunities, a wide variety of research on topics such as the role of prenatal MRI in fetuses with isolated mild or moderate ventriculomegaly or an updated ISUOG Practice Guidelines on the sonographic examination of the fetal central nervous system (Part 1), our Cardiac advanced online course, our Basic Training Flex (BT Flex) one month course, this month's Journal highlights and much more.
In this month’s newsletter you can find important updates on our Virtual World Congress. You can also find further information about our upcoming education courses, online learning opportunities, a wide variety of research on topics such a fetal cerebral Doppler assessment in the context of fetal growth restriction, including the TRUFFLE-2 feasibility study, our new Basic Training Flex (BT Flex) one month course, this month's Journal highlights and much more.