Welcome to the online Basic Training module, where you can view all the lectures from the full theoretical curriculum. These have been made available via Youku for members in China who are unable to access our videos via Vimeo.

Please select the lecture that you'd like to view:

Lecture 1: The physical principles of ultrasound imaging including safety

Lecture 2: Transducers, image production, knobology and scanning planes

Lecture 3: The principles of Doppler ultrasound

Lecture 4: Quality control processes for operators & programmes

Lecture 5: Informed consent, image recording and report writing

Lecture 6: Assessing the normal pregnancy between 4 and 10 weeks in singleton and twin pregnancies

Lecture 7: Assessing the normal pregnancy between 10 and 14 weeks in singleton and twin pregnancies

Lecture 8: Cervical assessment

Lecture 9: The 6-steps approach 

Lecture 10: Fetal biometry – dating, assessing size and estimating fetal weight

Lecture 11: Asessing the placenta & amniotic fluid in singleton & twin pregnancies

Lecture 12: Distinguishing between normal and abnormal appearances of the fetal anatomy

Lecture 13: Distinguishing between normal and abnormal fetal size and growth

Lecture 14: Umbilical and uterine artery Doppler studies

Lecture 15: The 20 + 2 planes approach to the routine mid trimester scan

Lecture 16: Evaluating fetal anatomy from longitudinal sections

Lecture 17: Distinguishing between normal and abnormal appearances of the skull and brain

Lecture 18: Examining the upper lip, face and profile correctly

Lecture 19: Assessing the neck and chest 

Lecture 20: Obtaining and interpreting heart views

Lecture 21: Examining the abdomen and anterior abdominal walls

Lecture 22: Distinguishing between normal and abnormal appearances of the urinary tract 

Lecture 23: Distinguishing between normal & abnormal appearances of the long bones & extremities

Lecture 24: Making a decision, normal or not

Lecture 25: The basics of a gynaecological ultrasound (TA & TV) walkthrough

Lecture 26: Examining the uterus: cervix and endometrium

Lecture 27: Examining the uterus: myometrium

Lecture 28: Examining the ovaries and adnexae

Lecture 29: Typical ultrasound appearances of the most common pathologies in the adnexae

Lecture 30: Writing the gynecological ultrasound report 


You can also check out our Basic Training instruction films: 

The Basic Steps of an Obstetric Ultrasound Examination

The Principles of Ultrasound