- Events on paying egg donors and fertility tourism
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- Making Babies in the 21st Century: The Rise of Reproductive Technologies
- CRGH seminar - Optimising IVF outcome: selection versus cryopreservation
- THE END OF THE HFEA: ARE WE THROWING THE BABY OUT WITH THE BATHWATER?
- Institute for Women's Health 6th Annual Meeting - 12 May 2011
- 3rd Annual Institute for Women’s Health Postgraduate Student Day “Creating Foundations for the Future” - 18 February 2011
- Fundraising for the Eve Appeal/Postgraduate Student Day
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- Best Oral and Poster Presentation Winners/ 3rd Annual IfWH Postgraduate Student Day
- Basic Obstetric Ultrasound Workshop - 23rd November 2013
- Women with low-risk pregnancies 'should have birth choices'
Director of the Institute for Women’s Health at UCL and Co-Director of
the Department of Health Policy Research Unit in Maternal Health and
Care, University of Oxford. I spent 100% of my time on academic
Basic Obstetric Ultrasound Workshop - 23rd November 2013
27 April 2012
A one day Practical Course in line with RCOG requirements
Mr Pranav Pandya, Director of Fetal Medicine, UCLH
Miss Melissa Whitten, Consultant in Obstetrics and Fetal Medicine, UCLH
Hands on topics include:
|First Trimester Viability and dating||Second Trimester Presentation||Second Trimester Placental location|
Saturday 23rd November 2013
Elizabeth Garret Anderson Wing
University College London Hospital
Please contact Ben Sharman: firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest in future courses.
This one day workshop is designed to teach practical skills in ultrasound to meet the requirements of the RCOG Specialty Training Curriculum for basic obstetric ultrasound training. It comprises classroom sessions complemented by extensive practical hands on training conducted by expert mentors.
To qualify for the course, delegates will need to have observed two routine obstetric ultrasound sessions (including 1st and 2nd trimester), and will have ideally attended the RCOG Theoretical Course.
The classroom sessions will cover:
The hands on sessions will cover:
How to join the course
Places are limited and are confirmed on receipt of payment by cheque
Payment by cheque: Fill out the form below
and send it, together with a cheque for £250 made out to Trus-tees of
UCLH Charity Fund 0743 to: Ben Sharman, Institute for Women’s Health,
University College London, G35, Medical School Building, 74 Huntley
Street, London, WC1E 6AU
Tel: 020 3108 2031 Fax: 020 3108 2037
Questions: Email email@example.com
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