Other Meetings & Events

This page contains information on courses, conference and training events which have come to our notice. This is not a comprehensive list of courses and if you do not find what you are looking for on this or the BMUS Study Day page, an internet search may also assist you.

The courses listed below are not run by BMUS and we have no involvement in their organisation or programme content. BMUS takes no responsibility for these events and if you have a query regarding one of these courses, please contact the programme organiser directly.

January 2019

Fetal Cardiology Course

Location: Birmingham Womans Hospital, Mindelsohn Way, Birmingham, B15 2TG

Date: 31st January - 1st February 

The Fetal Cardiology Course offers comprehensive lectures, video display and hands-on experience to give delegates added confidence in recognising normal cardiac anatomy and in identifying and managing cardiac anomalies. The Fetal Cardiology Course is aimed at fetal medicine consultants and trainees, screening sonographers and trainees in fetal medicine and paediatric cardiology. 

Fees:

1 day (Thursday 09:00-16:15): £75

1.5 days (Thursday 09:00-16:15) and Friday (09:00-13:00): £150

2 days (Thursday 09:00-16:15) and Friday (09:00-16:00): £250

For full course details and to register click here


Ultrasound Assessment of the third trimester pregnancy - Postgraduate Short Course

Location: University of Hertfordshire

Date: 3 consectuive days per month 28th - 3-th Jan, 25th - 27th February and 25th - 27th March, with assessments on 16th April and 8th May

This course provides the theoretical background of third trimester ultrasound imaging together with the evaluative skills needed to assess and to report correctly the range of ultrasound appearances commonly encountered in a routine third trimester ultrasound service. The course is worth 30 credits at level 7 and is designed for healthcare professionals who have access to a suitable clinical environment and supervised training for no less than 15 hours per week.

By the end of the course students will be expected to be competent in transabdominal and transvaginal scanning techniques relevant to third trimester ultrasound examinations. Taught sessions take place at College Lane Campus, Hatfield. Practical skills assessment is undertaken in the student’s department. The course is facilitated by Trish Chudleigh and involves both University and external lecturers. Course fees include a copy of the course’s recommended obstetric ultrasound teaching text. 

Fees: £1460

For more information or to apply click here


Imperial@QCCH Fetal Medicine Study Evenings

Location: W12 Conferences

Dates:

31st January 2019 : Early Pregnancy Diagnoses - Problems and Pitfalls

7th March 2019: Fetal Over and Under Growth

Event booking click here : www.symposia.org.uk

Join Christoph Lees and his team at QCCH for this series of Fetal Medicine Study Evenings (18:00-21:00hrs)

  • Fetal Over and Under Growth

Fees: £30.00 (or free to QCCH ans St Mary's London staff)


March 2019

Muscle Injury Ultrasound Course

Location: School of Medical Ultrasound, AECC University College, Bornemouth

Date: 18th and 19th March 2019

A short focused course with CASE accreditation and certificate of competency following assessment.  This complete course includes full instruction in Ultrasound machine controls, anatomy and dynamic examination to fully equip for the diagnosis and management of lower limb muscle injuries.  The course also includes live demo scanning with hands on workshops, on both models to ensure anatomy knowledge and acute patients.

For full course details and to register click here


June 2019