The early bird registration deadline for our World Congress in Singapore is on 20 August 2018. If you haven't already registered, you should do so within 7 days in order to access the lowest available registration fees! After the 20th August, all fees will increase. Watch this short video from ISUOG Board Member Prof. Daniela Prayer on why you can't miss the ISUOG World Congress.
The early bird deadline is on Monday 20th Aug 2018 - you need to register for our 28th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology before this date if you wish to make the most of the lowest available fees! Furthermore, the #ISUOG2018 itinerary planner is now live: you can now search the 28th #ISUOG World Congress program and create your own personalised schedule. Finally, make sure you don't miss out on our Congress Party as tickets are selling fast!
Are you active on social media? Undertaking research in obstetrics or gynecology and excited to attend this year’s Congress in Singapore? Become a #ISUOG2018 Digital ambassador and have the opportunity to win a discounted registration for our 2019 World Congress in Berlin!
You can register now for our education course 'Advanced Fetal Neurosonography: when do I need to refer for fetal MRI?', where you will be hearing from ISUOG Board Members Prof. Daniela Prayer, Dr Gustavo Malinger and Mr Aris Papageorghiou, and ISUOG International Faculty member Prof. Gianluigi Pilu. Attend this course for an essential update on the role of fetal MRI in advanced fetal neurosonography.
Join us for a taste of real Singapore at Chinatown Food Street, October 23rd for the 28th ISUOG World Congress party. Experience a real life hawker market and network with your colleagues from around the world, while you try different cuisines from more than twenty food stalls and enjoy live demonstrations in the heart of Singapore.
Watch this new video accompanying the new ISUOG Practice Guideline on intrapartum ultrasound. ISUOG guidelines are all free to access and download, and are translated into 18 different languages.
Register before 20 August 2018 for the lowest available fees for our 28th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, which will take place in Singapore on 20-24 October 2018. This is the leading event in the field for clinicians who use or research ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology. Be sure not to miss out on our discounted early bird rates!
ISUOG will be running the ISUOG Basic Training Program in Lebanon in Beirut over the academic year 2018/2019 following the hugely successful pilot program, which took place in 2017/2018. From September 2018 to June 2019, attendees will be taught the full Basic Training theoretical and practical curriculum for a comprehensive introduction to ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology. Attendees will be assessed at the end of the program in order to receive the ISUOG Basic Training certificate of completion.
ISUOG's Basic Training program offers trainees a theoretical curriculum and the opportunity to attend a practical course onsite or via live stream, to introduce them to essential topics in obstetrics and gynecology. To spread the accessibility of Basic Training to underserved regions, ISUOG are inaugurating a pilot scheme for low-income countries to attend our upcoming Basic Training courses in Chennai, India and at our Singapore World Congress through satellites.
A new ISUOG Practice Guideline on intrapartum ultrasound is now available. Our guidelines provide recommendations on how to improve and standardise medical care for obstetrics and gynecology, to assist health care professionals in maintaining the highest possible clinical practice standards. ISUOG guidelines are all open-access and available to download.
We have seven new learning modules now available and free to watch. This new content was provided by ISUOG Board member Daniela Fischerova and ESGO (European society of gynaecological oncology) from their course 'Ultrasound in gynaecologic oncology' in 2017.
Our preliminary scientific program is available now, so check out what topics you'll be hearing from at our 28th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Our World Congress program is divided into a variety of sessions, such as plenary lectures, didactic workshops, Masterclass sessions, live scan demonstrations and short oral and electronic poster sessions. You can now also view our social program for ISUOG2018.
We’re pleased to announce two new approved course destinations in 2018: Japan and Lebanon. The first ISUOG approved course in Lebanon took place in Dbayeh on the 11th - 12th May, and the first ISUOG approved course in Japan took place in Kagawa on the 2nd-3rd June. So far in 2018, 26 ISUOG approved courses have taken place in 16 different countries and 7 different languages.
ISUOG’s fetal biometry calculators have been revamped and are now available exclusively to ISUOG members. Basic assessment includes dating a pregnancy, and assessment of size for gestational age and of weight. New formulae have recently been proposed and are hotly debated, so stay up-to-date on this current topic.
Our day by day preliminary program for the 28th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology is now available! If you want to know which renowned experts from around the globe you’ll be hearing from, be sure to check which experts have been added to our confirmed international faculty. Remember to register before 20 August 2018 for the reduced early bird rate.
Check out these highlights from our 14th International Symposium which took place on the 20-22 April 2018 at the Royal Olympic Hotel in Athens! This event was organised in partnership with: Hellenic Society of Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergency (HSOGE).
A paper has been released on 7th June by Science magazine on 'noninvasive blood tests for fetal development predict gestational age and preterm delivery'. Read ISUOG Board Member Mr Christoph Lees' comments on the paper here.
There are two new VISUOG chapters now available! We’re expanding our online visual encyclopedia, and ISUOG members can login to check out these two new gynecology chapters on Yolk sac tumors and Brenner tumor.
One week to go until the ISUOG Education Course 'Managing incidental ultrasound findings in gynecology'!
There is now one week left to register for this ISUOG Education Course 'Managing incidental ultrasound findings in gynecology'! Don't miss this state-of-the-art update on the best management for common and difficult incidental ultrasound findings. Join us for this course onsite in London or via live stream - register now!
We’re pleased to announce the huge success of last week’s approved course “7th Prenatal Ultrasound Diagnosis of Fetal Birth Defects and Counseling”, which took place in Beijing, China on the 11-13 May, where 97.8％ delegates positive feedback of collected questionnaires after meeting. More than 20 experts (including 8 members of the ISUOG international faculty) from 8 countries delivered lectures and shared their ideas with the full meeting hall.