We are pleased to invite all ISUOG members to the Annual General Meeting of the Society on Sunday 13 October 2019 at 9:50 AM at the Estrel Congress Centre, Convention Hall II, Berlin, during the 29th World Congress.
The application deadline is Sunday 01 September! Don’t miss this great opportunity to increase your social media profile among the ultrasound community, and earn a discount #ISUOG2020 while doing so.
Are you joining us in Berlin for the 29th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology? Register now and we'll see you on 12-16 October 2019 for the leading scientific event in the field!
ISUOG Basic Training courses provide delegates with a unique opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of the basics of obstetric and gynecological ultrasound. As one past delegate stated, “after attending this course, I feel more confident about my practice…I request that ISUOG conducts such programmes more frequently so that the larger population may get trained optimally”. We are making great strides towards this goal by hosting Basic training courses in Chinese, Russian, English and Spanish in the coming months. We hope to see you at one of these upcoming Basic Training courses!
Each supplement your learning page has a selection of relevant ISUOG resources, UOG Journal articles, video lectures, ISUOG practice guidelines, CME activities, VISUOG chapters and more. These carefully selected resources will enable you to make the most of the learning experience and help you achieve your learning objectives for our state-of-the-art educational events.
The Basic Training team be hosting a morning hubs series on 14-16 Oct, which will consist of interactive training on fetal anatomy using live scan demonstrations followed by simulator practice. Additionally, Basic Training will be hosting two simulation workshops. The first session will be focused on the Fetal Heart Scan and the second on the Basic Anomaly Scan (20+2 approach). Register for the 29th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology to take part!
Register TODAY for the lowest available fees for the 29th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. What’s new at this year’s ISUOG World Congress? End of day summary sessions, ergonomic techniques to help you avoid musculoskeletal and back injuries whilst scanning, medico-legal case discussions and more.
Keynote speakers for #ISUOG2019 include: Prof. Kypros Nicolaides, Prof. Rabih Chaoui, Prof. Asma Khalil and more!
You have 3 days left to take advantage of reduced early bird registration rates. After 12 August, all fees will increase. See you in Berlin on 12-16 October for the 29th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology!
ISUOG Ambassador to the Middle East, Dr. Hisham Mirghani, describes five to six probe key movements that trainees need to learn in order to successfully operate an ultrasound probe.
Don't miss out on the lowest available fees - register before midnight UK time on the 12 August 2019 for the lowest rates. After the early bird deadline, all fees will increase. Watch this video from Prof. Tom Bourne to find out why you can’t miss the ISUOG World Congress, and why it’s the leading event in the field of ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology.
Share your experience whilst attending the ISUOG World Congress in Berlin, and you could earn a free or discounted registration for #ISUOG2020 in Glasgow. This program is a great opportunity for delegates who are active on social media to increase their digital profile among the international ultrasound community, and earn a discount to our 30th World Congress while doing so. Application deadline: midnight Sunday 01 September 2019.
Don’t miss out on state-of-the-art educational updates in the field of ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology. Register now for our 2019 World Congress, which will take place on 12-16 October in Berlin. You can now supplement your learning for the World Congress with selected ISUOG and UOG Journal resources. Make the most of this educational opportunity – check out the four key topics of this year's World Congress now!
At our World Congress in Berlin, ISUOG will offer a dedicated learning path which will improve delegates' knowledge of fetal brain imaging. Can’t join us in Berlin? The majority of the fetal brain imaging certificate sessions are being made available via livestream.
The next four ISUOG Basic Training courses will be delivered in four different languages: Chinese, English, Russian, and Spanish! If you’re interested in attending an ISUOG Basic Training course in your language, find out more.
ISUOG2019 Congress co-Chair Prof. Rabih Chaoui invites you to join ISUOG in Berlin for the 29th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology on 12-16 October 2019! If you haven't already done so, register now to secure your place at the unmissable ISUOG World Congress. The early bird registration deadline is in 1 month – to access the lowest available fees for the World Congress, you need to register before midnight on 12 August 2019!
There are 5 days left until our education course on urogynecology and pelvic floor ultrasound! Don't miss out on this essential update on transperineal ultrasound - register now and join us onsite in London or via live stream on 6 July.
Join us at our education course on transperineal ultrasound on 6 July with Dr Vered Eisenberg, Dr Aly Youssef and Dr Anneke Steensma. Attend onsite in London, or via live stream. Make the most out of this educational opportunities with selected ISUOG guidelines, video lectures and UOG Journal articles – visit our supplement your learning page for this course.
With just over 2 weeks to go until the ISUOG education course 'Urogynecology and pelvic floor ultrasound', we wanted to remind you that there is still time to register! Join us on 6 July onsite in London, UK or via live stream for a one day problem-based overview of transperineal ultrasound. Recordings from the course will be available to all course delegates for one month after the course to re-watch. Attend this course to earn up to 6 CME points.
At our 2019 World Congress in Berlin, ISUOG will offer a dedicated learning path on Fetal brain imaging which will improve delegates' knowledge of the topic. There is no fee for this certificate, but all participants must be registered for the whole Congress.
Last week in Beijing at the 'ISUOG China Symposium - 8th Prenatal Ultrasound Diagnosis of Fetal Birth Defects and Counseling’, members of the ISUOG international faculty and China Task Force worked together to develop education in ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology. Over 500 delegates attended this ISUOG approved course, with 300 delegates joining us on 13 June for the ISUOG Basic Training course.