This virtual course features a diverse and unique programme led by leading experts. Ultrasound imaging is invaluable in gynaecological practice and this interactive course has much to offer anyone with an interest in this area.
The programme includes a blend of lectures and case discussions to demonstrate the use of ultrasound in solving diagnostic problems in real clinical situations as well as providing examples of many common gynaecological conditions.
Our high-quality online courses are designed to be interactive, with opportunities for Q&A and peer-to-peer discussion.
To enhance your learning experience and further assist flexible learning, lectures will be made available online to you after the event, so if you have to miss a lecture you can catch up when it suits you.
Please note, this course will be delivered through an online collaborative platform which creates a guest profile for all participants. As part of this profile, the name and email address of the participant will be visible to all participants within the secure course classroom. This is a requirement of use of this platform so permission to share this information will be gathered during the registration process.
Key learning objectives
- Perform gynaecological ultrasound examination in a safe and structured way
- Understand principles of differential diagnosis of uterine and ovarian abnormalities
- Assess women with postmenopausal bleeding using ultrasound or suspected early pregnancy abnormalities
- Learn about the use of ultrasound in women with pelvic pain and endometriosis
- Understand rare conditions, which may present diagnostic challenge in routine clinical practice
“This course was well organised and thought out. All the speakers were excellent with up-to-date and relevant presentations.”- Delegate, 2019
94% of delegates in 2019 agreed that the overall standard of presentations was high.
Who should attend
- All Clinician in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Anyone wishing to improve their gynaecological scanning skills
This course represents the theoretical components of both intermediate gynaecological ultrasound training modules. This course supports the intermediate level modules in ‘Ultrasound in Gynaecology’ and ‘Ultrasound of Early Pregnancy Complications’, which are aimed at trainees who wish to develop their gynaecological ultrasound skills further, either selectively or prior to undertaking Advanced Training Skills Modules.
Mr Davor Jurkovic FRCOG, London
Professor Lil Valentin FRCOG, Sweden
Honorary Co-Directors of Conferences
Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury