Information about BMUS

Information about BMUS

Details of BMUS Officers, Council & Committees.

Membership Information

Membership Information

Details of Member Benefits and joining fees.

Professional and Clinical Guidance

Professional and Clinical Guidance

BMUS Statements, Guidelines and Safety Information.

Current Vacancies and Advertising

Current Vacancies and Advertising

Vacancies, and how to advertise with BMUS

2020 Annual Scientific Meeting

2020 Annual Scientific Meeting

The 2020 Annual Meeting has unfortunately been cancelled.

Study Days, Meetings and Courses

Study Days, Meetings and Courses

Find out about forthcoming BMUS Study Days & Courses.

For Patients

For Patients

Information for patients going for an ultrasound scan.

Education and CPD

Education and CPD

Sonography as a career, CPD and research opportunities.

BMUS Publications

BMUS Publications

The journal 'Ultrasound' and all BMUS publications.

Latest News

2020 Young Investigators Award

30th June 2020

BMUS is seeking abstracts from presenters under 39yrs of age on the 26th May 2021, to take part in the  BMUS Young Investigator 2020 competition. View article

COVID-19 FAQs for Sonographers - Update 21/5/20

25th March 2020

This document aims to help provide answers, where possible, or guide sonographers to relevant sources of current information. View article

Events Feed

Webinar: Top tips for Head and Neck Ultrasound

15th July 2020

In this pre-recorded Webinar Mrs Catherine Kirkpatrick will give some top tips for scanning the head and neck. View Event

Webinar: Microflow Imaging of Liver Lesions

29th July 2020

In this pre-recorded Webinar, Prof Adrian Lim talks through the benefits of Microflow Imagining of Liver Lesions. View Event

BMUS MSK Dissection Cadaveric Course 2020

5th September 2020

The aim of this study day is to invite experienced clinicians to speak on specific musculoskeletal conditions in relation to clinical anatomy, pathology and how these relate to ultrasound imaging. View Event

The British Medical Ultrasound Society is a multi-disciplinary body whose objectives are:

  • The advancement of the science and technology of ultrasonics as applied to medicine.
  • The maintenance of the highest standards in these fields
  • The advancement of education and research in these areas, and dissemination of the results.
  • The provision of advice and information regarding ultrasound to the public at large.

Membership of the society is drawn from a wide range of disciplines including medical and paramedical professions, physicists, engineers, nurses, midwives, technicians, general practitioners, vets and others with an interest in medical ultrasound both in the United Kingdom and overseas.

The success of the Society stems to a great extent from its multi-disciplinary nature, its regular special topic meetings, its Annual Scientific meeting and its quarterly 'Journal'.