ISUOG educational courses provide you with the latest developments, best practices, and debates on key topics affecting obstetrics and gynecology practitioners across the globe.

 

ISUOG education offers a mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced ultrasound courses to continue your professional development and gain CME. Delivered by world-leading experts, ISUOG education courses are interactive and include panel discussions, case studies, and practical demonstrations.

Register for a course today to advance your theory knowledge and enhance your practical skills.

Upcoming courses and webinars

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ISUOG Fetal Cardiology Conference

Join us on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th July 2024 for our advanced education course 'ISUOG Fetal Cardiology Conference' led by Prof. Simon Meagher. Attend in person in the beautiful city of Dublin or online for this two-day hybrid course. Update your knowledge and delve into the latest discourse surrounding diagnosis and management of fetal cardiac anomalies. Expect over 14 hours of content.

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Ultrasonography in patients with gynecological cancers

Join us on Sunday 30th June 2024 for our advanced education course on 'Ultrasonography in patients with gynecological cancers' led by A/Prof. Simone Ferrero. Update your knowledge of the ultrasonographic anatomy of the normal pelvis and gain experience in assessing adnexal masses. This course offers attendees a valuable opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the role of ultrasound in the assessment of gynecological cancers.

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Point of Care Ultrasound

Join us on Sunday 20th October 2024 for our advanced education course on 'Point of Care' led by Prof. Asma Khalil and Dr Conrado Coutinho with a panel of international experts. A full day of online learning and CME accreditation. Update your knowledge and learn how to understand and apply the learnings to your practise. 

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Webinar: Fetal anomalies detected at the third trimester: How to manage and counsel the parents?

Free to attend and watch on-demand, this ISUOG education webinar on fetal anomalies detected at the third trimester covers basic and advanced approaches to fetal anomaly detection, performance of a third trimester scan and management techniques in counselling parents. Expect 2 hours of engaging discussions and learning. 

 

ISUOG education courses

Our education courses cover a wide variety of subjects on ultrasound in obstetrics & gynecology. Popular ultrasound training courses this year have included topics such as pre-eclampsia, fetal growth restriction, first-trimester ultrasound, fetal echocardiography, endometriosis, fetal anomalies, early pregnancy, fetal neurosonography, and many more. 
The International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology provides the highest quality education courses for (but not limited to) the following professionals: 

  • Fetal medicine specialists
  • Sonographers
  • Obstetricians 
  • Gynecologists
  • Radiologists scanning pregnant women
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology residents

Courses Sub-Committee

The Courses Sub-Committee is responsible for the development and delivery of ISUOG’s education courses, webinars and education material for dissemination. These events provide clinicians in ultrasound an opportunity to stay educated and current with new research and teachings in obstetrics and gynecology. If you would like to suggest a topic for education please email, [email protected]

View the Courses Sub-Committee

Certification FAQs

Does ISUOG offer certificates of attendance for education courses?

Yes, ISUOG offers certificates of attendance for our education courses. Please note the ISUOG certificate of attendance will be available for one year after a course.

Does ISUOG offer CME certificates for education courses?

ISUOG's education courses are accredited on a case by case basis. Please check the course webpage for information on CME accreditation. Please note the CME certificate will be available for one month after a course. After one month registered delegates will only be able to download their ISUOG certificate of attendance. 

How do I download my certificate?

Following a course registered delegates will receive an email with a link to submit an evaluation form. After completing the evaluation form, registered delegates will be redirected to their certificate, which can be filled in before downloading. Please be sure to download your certificate before exiting the survey. 

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