ISUOG organises a select number of educational courses each year on specialised topics chosen by our members.
ISUOG is pleased to announce that ISUOG will be running a half-day Basic Training course at the SOGESP 24th Paulista Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Join us in Berlin for an update of current technologies for management and care of women at every point during their pregnancy.
Join us in Berlin to develop your expertise in diagnosing and managing women with endometriosis.
Prof. Rabih Chaoui's popular one-day course on fetal anomalies heart and central nervous system anatomy has now sold out.
Follow the dedicated sessions on fetal brain imaging livestreamed from the ISUOG World Congress in Berlin. It will improve your knowledge of the topic and fulfill a need for a more in-depth consideration of fetal brain imaging.
ISUOG Basic Training is pleased to announce that we will be running the course The Essentials of the Obstetric and Gynecological Ultrasound as part of the pre-congress program at SASUOG 2019.
ISUOG Basic Training is pleased to announce part 2 of the highly successful Basic Training program we are delivering in Colombia, which you can join onsite or livestream from anywhere in the world. This course is being delivered in partnership with FUNDARED-MATERNA and will be chaired by Dr Jorge Tolosa and Dr Catalina Valencia.
Join us in November to improve your diagnosis of endometriosis and gynecologic cancer.
Join us in London for a 2 day problem-based course which brings together two important imaging themes that are related: maternal and fetal Doppler, and maternal cardiovascular function.
Chaired by Lorraine Dugoff, Joanne Stone, Asma Khalil and Magda Sanz, live stream this course to get the latest insights and research on this important topic from the comfort of your own home!
Join ISUOG and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) for a joint symposium to get the latest insights and training from renowned professionals. Understand procedures from current guidelines and explore normal and abnormal cases during the hands on workshop.