Read the latest COVID-19 resources, including the ISUOG Interim Guidance, the Patient Information leaflet and the webinar, in your language.
Read the latest research from the White Journal to learn more about the practical approach for obstetricians/gynecologists to perform lung ultrasound, showing potential applications, semiology and practical aspects, which should be of particular importance in emergency situations, such as the current pandemic infection of COVID-19.
ISUOG Safety Committee Position Statement: safe performance of obstetric and gynecological scans and equipment cleaning in the context of COVID-19
In view of the challenges of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and to protect both patients and ultrasound providers (physicians, sonographers, allied professionals), ISUOG has compiled the following expert-opinion-based guidance for the performance of ultrasound investigations in pregnancy and for gynecological indications.
Hear from ISUOG President, Prof. dr. C.M. (Katia) Bilardo on the number of upcoming activities and resources being deployed in order to support those individuals fighting on the front lines in the battle against COVID-19.
Read and download the new Patient Information leaflet on coronavirus and pregnancy to learn more about caring for you and your baby during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Register now to attend the the first ISUOG free webinar on Preparing your unit for coronavirus on 17th March from 11am to 12.45pm (GMT)
Read the message of support from ISUOG President Prof. dr C.M. (Katia) Bilardo for healthcare professionals battling against coronavirus.
Join us for the first in our series of webinar on coronavirus, moderated by Prof. Tom Bourne, discussing the current status of the Coronavirus and what action should be taken by professionals to help protect patients and colleagues. The webinar will be held on 17th March at 11am-12.45pm (GMT).
Hear from our newly appointed Trustee, Prof. Liona Poon
ISUOG celebrates International Women's Day with reiterating its commitment to working towards improving women's health worldwide.
The ISUOG President and Board of Trustees express their sympathy, encouragement and support towards all health professionals fighting the COVID-19 virus.
The deadline for abstract submissions is Midnight on Wednesday the 1st of April, 2020. Share your work with the world and submit your abstract TODAY if you haven't already done so! All abstracts must be submitted on or before this date, and all presenting authors must have registered and paid by this date in order for their work to be considered.
This March ISUOG is participating in the Endometriosis Awareness Month to bring greater attention and understanding to the diagnosis and care of Endometriosis.
ISUOG's latest education course 'Advances in Fetal Echocardiography' had 363 delegates attend from 69 countries. Significantly, we had 283 delegates join us via live stream.
As our focus this month is on the heart, we have provided you free access to Prof. Rabih Chaoui's lecture on "Cardiac ultrasound: the heart of the matter", which he delivered when receiving the Stuart Campbell Award for Education at the 2018 ISUOG World Congress.
Hear from our newly appointed Trustee, Prof. Fabricio Da Silva Costa
Join colleagues from 115 different countries for the 30th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology in Glasgow.
On the 2nd International day of education, ISUOG reiterates its commitment to United Nation's vision of inclusive, high quality and lifelong education. Learn more about ISUOG education resources, our upcoming education courses, Outreach trips, and more.
One in six women experience long-term post-traumatic stress following miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy. This is the finding of the largest ever study into the psychological impact of early-stage pregnancy loss, from scientists at Imperial College London and KU Leuven in Belgium.
Hear from our newly appointed Trustee, Reem Abu-Rustum.