8 September 2018, Obstetric ultrasound study day; Nottingham

8 September 2018, Obstetric ultrasound study day; Nottingham

Building on the success of previous BMUS Obstetric study days, this course aims to enhance knowledge in obstetric ultrasound focusing on clinical improvement in the field and new developments. This day will cover areas of foetal abnormalities, twin growth charts, the adherent or low lying placenta, the psychology of delivering bad news and more. Held in Nottingham at the East Midlands Conference Centre this 1 day Ultrasound programme is not to be missed.



8.30 Registration

9.15 Welcome

9.30 Clinical management of foetal abnormalities Kelly Cohen, Fetal Medicine Consultant, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

10.15 The accuracy of ultrasound foetal weight estimation in comparison of birth weight Mrs Jane Arezina, Diagnostic Imaging Programme leader, University of Leeds

10.45 Break

11.05 Challenges and pitfalls in scanning the foetal CNS TBC

11.50 Psychology of delivering difficult news Judith Johnson, Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Leeds

12.35 Lunch

13.20 Twin growth charts TBC

14.05 The adherent or low lying placenta – diagnostic dilemmas Mrs Alison McGuinness, Consultant Sonographer, Mid Yorks NHS Trust

14.35 Break

14.55 3 and 4D scans in the Private sector Sarah Townsend, Clinical Manager, ThisIsMy

15.25 1st trimester abnormalities and management TBC

16.10 Close


8 September 2018

Obstetric ultrasound study day


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Categories: EVENTS, SEPTEMBER 2018