ISUOG organises a select number of educational courses each year on specialised topics chosen by our members.
As responsible caring organisations, the safety of the ISUOG members, delegates and staff, as well as all physicians and the patients they serve, are the highest priority. Minimising risk and the challenges presented by the emerging COVID-19 pandemic means that we are taking decisions that ensure that our doctors stay close to their hospitals and healthcare centres. For that reason, ISUOG (endorsed) activities onsite for the upcoming three months have been postponed or cancelled.
Join ISUOG Basic Training for a two-day, online course on fetal anomalies and gynecology from Friday 10th July - Saturday 11th July.
Livestream our problem-based course on 24 July. Chaired by Prof. Christoph Lees and Prof. Asma Khalil, the course will bring together two important imaging themes: maternal and fetal Doppler, and maternal cardiovascular function.
Listen to our four incredible panelists Prof. Marian Knight on the UK national cohort study, Prof. Tim Spector on the ZOE study, Prof. Yves Ville on vertical transmission and Prof. Neena Modi on neonates.
Watch the first webinar in the ISUOG COVID-19 web series, discussing the status of the Coronavirus and what action should be taken by professionals to help protect patients and colleagues.
Join us for the second webinar in the ISUOG COVID-19 webseries, moderated by Prof. Tom Bourne and Prof. Christoph Lees.
The third webinar in the COVID-19 webinar series discussed staff wellbeing and maintaining a healthy workforce during a time where services are being stretched and colleagues are being pushed to manage the outbreak.
The fourth COVID-19 webinar focused on clinical obstetric management and the latest information on tests, in particular their reliability and performance.
Poursuivant notre série de webinaires COVID-19, nous organiserons un webinaire spécial en français couvrant les principaux sujets qui intéressent nos membres.
Para apoyar a la comunidad de profesionales de la salud con investigación y recursos clínicos y educativos y continuar compartiendo conocimiento a nivel mundial, agregaremos a nuestra serie de webinars COVID-19 un seminario online completamente gratuito y en español para responder a las demandas y preguntas más frecuentes sobre corona virus
The next webinar in the COVID-19 web series will discuss treatment of critical care and pregnant patients with COVID-19 and possible implications in pregnancy.
Continuing our series of COVID-19 webinars, we will be hosting a special webinar in Arabic to support the community of healthcare professionals in Arabic speaking countries.
Claves para el manejo clinico en pacientes infectadas y aspectos criticos en el futuro como el desarrollo de la vacuna y el impacto psicologico.