ISUOG and The EPT team up to bring you media from the 2010 Conference

The EPT is delighted to have teamed up with ISUOG to bring you some of their training, via media clips, from the 2010 conference in Prague, and to tell you about their new membership system.

Diagnosing and managing miscarriage: Cecelia Bottomley (United Kingdom)

Cecelia is based at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and is also a medical advisor to The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust.  In this presentation she discusses the complexities of diagnosing and managing miscarriage.

Practical management strategies for PUL: Emma Kirk (United Kingdom)
And Diagnosing and managing ectopic pregnancy: George Condous (Australia)

Emma is based at The Whittington Hospital, London and is also a medical advisor to The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust. In this presentation she discusses management strategies for PUL. George is Consultant Gynaecologist at Nepean Hospital and Director of OMNI Gynaecological Care, Centre for Women’s Ultrasound. He is Associate Professor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Nepean Medical School, University of Sydney and specialist in Gynaecological Ultrasound and Advanced Endosurgery.

Case examples and just images Cecilia Bottomley (United Kingdom)

Cecilia provides case studies and facilitates discussion.

If you are interested in hearing more from the conference you can do so by becoming a member of ISUOG

ISUOG: International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

The Society of Women’s Imaging.

ISUOG is a membership association and charity which encourages the exchange of research information and promotes education in ultrasound and related imaging within the field of obstetrics and gynecology. With more than 3,300 members in 100 countries, they are often considered to be the most important society in this medical speciality.

ISUOG membership is now available at 3 levels – Full, Online and Core – to anyone with a professional interest in gynaecological and obstetric ultrasonography.

Full members (£135) receive, in addition to all Core and Online membership benefits, a monthly print copy of the Society’s official journal, Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (UOG), for the membership year.

Online members (£100) receive, in addition to all Core membership benefits, full online access to UOG for the membership year, including back issues.

Core members (£50) receive all educational benefits and member only access to their online content.

All memberships include:

* Member only access to the Society’s official website and associated educational material
* Web lectures and webcasts from ISUOG courses and other events
* Access to the ISUOG Congress Web Portal (view all lectures from the 2010 congress online)
* Regular e-newsletters
* ISUOG support of teaching programs
* ISUOG Book Club: 20% discount on Wiley-Blackwell books
* Reduced fees to ISUOG educational courses, ISUOG Scientific Meetings
AND
* Reduced delegate fees for the Society’s annual World Congress. Please visit the Congress section of the site for more information.

ISUOG also offers a free membership to trainees registered with a participating regulatory body.