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.
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!
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.
We are pleased to invite all ISUOG members to the Annual General Meeting of the Society on Sunday 21 October 2018 at 9:45 AM at the Sands Expo & Convention Center, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, during the 28th World Congress.
Want to get the most out of ISUOG2018? Check out our ‘Supplement your learning’ page for the 2018 ISUOG World Congress! On this page, you’ll find specially chosen talks, UOG articles and CME activities on this year's featured topics. If you haven’t already done so, register now for our 28th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology and we'll see you in Singapore!
If you’re coming to Singapore, be sure to join us at the Congress Party on Tuesday 23 October at Chinatown Food Street. This is a great way to experience the culture and food of this dynamic city, while making new contacts and relaxing with friends and colleagues.
Check out this new video, created by ISUOG Ambassador to India and South Asia Dr Suresh Seshadri (MediScan), for our upcoming course 'the Basic Training full theoretical program on ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology'. Our Basic Training course is taking place within the CUSP 2018 conference, which is an ISUOG approved course.
For the first time at an ISUOG World Congress, selected sessions will be available in Mandarin as part of our simultaneous interpretation on Monday 22 October. You can find out more, including which sessions will be available in Mandarin, over on our webpage. Remember to register now for our 28th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology! Don’t miss the leading scientific event in the field, which will take place in the dynamic city of Singapore. We’ll see you there!
Our Outreach trainee, Asha Ali Garas, just completed Medical School! Following her ISUOG Outreach training in 2010, Asha self-funded her medical degree and now aims to become an OB/GYN. Read her story, and many more, on the ISUOG Outreach blog. You can support #ISUOG Outreach by making a donation today.
The ISUOG2018 social program now includes our new Coffee Connect sessions! These will take place at the ISUOG Lounge, where you can network with likeminded professionals and key ISUOG faculty members and contacts. Our coffee connect sessions will focus on trainees, sonographers and UOG editors.
At our upcoming education course 'Advanced Fetal Neurosonography: when do I need to refer for fetal MRI?' you'll learn the answers to the following key questions: Is there a place for MRI in the diagnosis of brain malformations before 20 weeks? When do you need MRI in the diagnosis of Callosal anomalies? Is MRI an important tool in the formal assessment of ventriculomegaly? Should all fetuses with a suspected brain anomaly have an MRI?
We are pleased to announce that ISUOG will be running a certificate program focusing on the First Trimester at our upcoming World Congress in Singapore. This program presents a panel of experts, led by Dr Simon Meagher (ISUOG Ambassador to Asia and Pacific Region) who will take you through the A-Z of fetal malformation diagnosis from 8-11 weeks gestation. This certificate is available to Congress delegates as part of their registration, at no additional charge.
There are three new VISUOG chapters available now! Login to your ISUOG account to access new obstetrics chapters on placental angiomas, Jarcho-Levin syndrome and pregnancy of unknown location.
The deadline for applications to join the ISUOG Online Calculator Task Force is Wednesday 12 September 2018. We are looking for members with experience in online fetal biometry calculators who can also understand and identify the reference ranges required to contribute to the online development of these tools. This Task Force has been established to support this development activity for new online biometry calculators.
You can now supplement your learning for our upcoming education course: ‘Advanced fetal neurosonography: when do I need to refer for fetal MRI?’ with specially chosen talks, presentations and CME activities relating to this course.
Register now to live stream content from the 28th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Can’t make it to Singapore for #ISUOG2018? We’re live streaming more content than ever at this year’s #ISUOG World Congress, so don’t miss out! ISUOG will be live streaming one of the parallel rooms from the World Congress as well as our Pre-Congress Course ‘From genetics to obstetric management: essential genetics in practice’.
ISUOG's Clinical Standards Committee is currently looking for active members to join this Committee. There are three open positions for members who have experience in the development of guidelines – one obstetrics and two gynecology. Deadline: Wednesday 12 September 2018.