State of the Art Ultrasound in Pregnancy
This course will feature educational sessions led by international experts on prenatal ultrasound diagnosis, and provide opportunities for networking with colleagues. In addition, there will be two poster sessions and a hands-on workshop for ultrasound guided invasive prenatal procedures the morning of Thursday, April 16 prior to the start of the course.
Registration will open soon. Early bird registration fee for SMFM or ISUOG members is $650 (by Feb 17, 2020)
Course Directors: Drs. Lorraine Dugoff, Aris Papageorghiou, Laurent Salomon, Lynn Simpson and Joanne Stone.
- Learn how to make the most out of your machine
- Hear about the latest development's in ultrasound in labour
- Take part in hands-on-training in knobology, invasive procedures, US in labor and abnormal cases
- Improve your ability to identify heart, brain, abdominal and genito-urinary anomalies
- Understand more about screening for chromosomal anomalies and dealing with the results
This activity has been submitted for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
OPTIONAL ACTIVITY: Hands-On Workshop for Ultrasound Guided Invasive Procedures
The cost to attend the Hands-on Workshop from 08:30 – 12:30 on Thursday, April 16 is $250 for SMFM or ISUOG members. Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Course Directors: Drs. Brian Brost and Joshua Nitsche
There are decreasing clinical training opportunities for MFM/OB and trainees to get the required training in ultrasound-guided invasive procedures. Learn about available options for simulating ultrasound-guided invasive procedures, gain experience and guidance on the basics of these procedures, and fine-tune your skills with low-frequency procedures.
- To familiarize the participants with available options for simulating ultrasound-guided invasive procedures.
- To introduce the participants to curricula specific for different ultrasound-guided invasive procedures
- To provide novice participants with instruction on the basics of ultrasound-guided invasive procedures
- To train experienced providers on how to establish an ultrasound-guided invasive procedure simulation program at their institution
- To demonstrate how simulation can be used by experienced providers to maintain skill with low-frequency procedures
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