BMUS 2020 Re-imagined

Join us for a special BMUS 2020 Re-imagined Virtual conference, Tuesday 8th - Thursday 10th December 2020 from the comfort of your own home 6pm - 9.30pm. 

Throughout the three evenings we will cover a selection of subjects. Register for just one evening or all three. Join us from the beginning or dip in when you are ready. Click the button at the bottom of the page to register. You will be sent joining instructions on or before the 7th December. 

 

Tuesday 8th December

6pm

‘Adenomyosis – a uterine mystery’
Miss Naomi Page, Mrs Alison Smith and Dr Jonathan Gaughran

 

Guidelines for Growth Scans – report from the BMUS Special Interest Group (LIVE)
Dr Trish Chudleigh

 

Update on Current FASP projects talk (LIVE)
Mrs Teresa Lardner FASP project co-ordinator and Dr Rita Phillips

 

How to diagnose Deep Endometriosis on transvaginal ultrasound
Dr Susanne Johnson
Supported by GE

 

Top Tips For Pancreas and Adrenal Gland Identification In Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound 
Mrs Angie Lloyd Jones. Veterinary

 

Making the transition from Human to Small Animal; what I wish I had known (but I'm glad no one told me!),
Mrs Julie Burnage. Veterinary

 

Advances on fetal heart imaging and function assessment
Prof Julene S Carvalho
Supported by Hitachi

9.30pm

Finish

 

 

 

Wednesday 9th December

6pm

Utilising Renal Ultrasound Insonation to Augment Serum Detection of miRNA Biomarkers of Renal Injury, Fibrosis and Repair.
Oliver Teenan

  Contrast enhanced ultrasound of the lung during the COVID-19 pandemic
Alice Tee
  Improved drug delivery to the brain with Rapid Short-Pulses of focused ultrasound and microbubbles
Sophie Morse
  Brain tissue pulsations in healthy volunteers
Poppy Turner
  The Philips AAA model and the future of 3D Aortic Assessment
Nadine Deschamps
Supported by Philips
  Overview of contrast imaging techniques
Prof Carmel Moran

 

Physics Quiz,
Dr Barry Ward

 

The effect of COVID-19 on DVT Services
Dr Steven K Rogers

 

Preceptorship.  Where are we now and what do we need to do,
Dr Peter Cantin

 

Professional Issues - Incidental Findings
Mrs Catherine Kirkpatrick

9.30pm

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Thursday 10th December

6pm

Advanced US techniques in paediatric liver imaging
Mrs Terry Humphrey

 

How to scan for renal transplant
Dr Peter Cantin

 

Microflow Imaging of Liver Lesions
Prof Adrian Lim 

 

Steatosis to Fibrosis. The Complete Liver
Supported by Canon

 

What is PoCUS all about? - Emergency Medicine - pocus in the ED cardiac arrest and refining differentials
Dr Anna Colclough

  What is PoCUS all about? - Acute medicine including AKI/renal (touch new data) , DVT and Procedures
Dr Nick Smallwood

 

What is PoCUS all about? -  Intensive care- lung, recruitment
Dr Adrian Wong

  What is PoCUS all about? - Military  - nuanced applications in austere environment and futures incl tele-guidance and reach back. 
Dr Georgie Blenkinsop

 

An introducation to lung ultrasound: Behind the pleura and beyond
Dr Adrian Wong

  Head and Neck: Lessons learned
Prof Rhodri Evans 

9.30pm

Finish

 

You will receive attendance details on 7th December via email. Please look out for these.

Bookings close on 7th December at Midday.