Our scientific program provides you with highly relevant research findings and up-to-date clinical best practices. Our virtual platform will give you the opportunity to view the content at a time and place that works for you.

The plenary lectures will give you insight into wider topics that affect our speciality. The special lectures will provide updates on the latest thinking and practices, and will be delivered by leading experts. In our masterclasses, clinicians will offer in-depth insight into their field. The workshops will bring together a panel of experts to explore a topic in detail with scan demonstrations and live discussion.

 

Provisional program

Click here to view the topics included in our provisional program. Please be aware that this is subject to change, the full program will be published on this page in July 2021.

 

Provisional topics

Day 1 - Friday 15 October

  • Fetal brain and CNS anomalies
  • Placenta anomalies including spectrum of placenta accreta disorders
  • Artificial intelligence, education, simulation, safety and other innovations
  • Screening of chromosomal anomalies (incl. cell free DNA and genomics)
  • Early pregnancy complications
  • Managing ovarian masses

 

Day 2 - Saturday 16 October

  • Screening for pregnancy complications (stillbirth, preterm birth, pre-eclampsia)
  • Multiple pregnancy
  • Fetal growth – normal and abnormal
  • Fetal heart, CHD and cardiac functions
  • Pelvic pain and endometriosis
  • Imaging in oncology

 

Day 3 - Sunday 17 October

  • Ultrasound in the labour ward
  • Fetal and maternal infections including coronavirus
  • Fetal interventions
  • Fetal disease and structural abnormalities
  • Bleeding, endometrial and myometrial pathology
  • Early pregnancy development and placentation

 

 

Organising committee 2021

Read about the clinicians responsible for creating the scientific program for the 2021 Virtual World Congress.

Keynote speakers

View our keynote speakers who will be exploring the latest research and thinking on topics that affect all members of our community.

 


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