Leading Early Pregnancy Care researchers and practitioners will present the latest findings in the specialty. 18th May, The Royal Society, London

With various satellite and social sessions, this in-person event is a great opportunity to network with the global O&G ultrasound community.

Tom Bourne picThe day is chaired by Professor Tom Bourne, President of the International Society for Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Chair in Gynaecology, Imperial College London and Honorary Consultant Gynaecologist, Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital.

Prof Bourne will discuss diagnosis, prediction and psychological impact of miscarriage.

The Early Pregnancy Care talks run from 08:55 to 17:30 on Wednesday 18th May 2022. Speakers include:
Prof Siobhan Quenby picProf Siobhan Quenby, University of Warwick, will present effective tests and treatments for recurrent miscarriage.

Prof Dirk Timmerman picProf Dirk Timmerman, KU Leuven, will present features of non-tubal ectopic pregnancy and strategies to manage for interstitial and caesarean scar pregnancies.
Dr Harsha Shah picDr Harsha Shah, Clinical Research Fellow, Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital, will present ways the latest technology affords detection of abnormalities that should be detected in the first trimester of pregnancy.

Dr Chris Kyriacou picDr Chris Kyriacou, PhD Research Fellow, Imperial College London, will present evidence-based prediction and management of Pregnancy of Unknown Location.
Prof Jan Brosens picProf Jan Brosens, University of Warwick, will discuss the endometrium in early pregnancy failure.

Full Programme [PDF]

Registration fee for single Early Pregnancy Care day: £237
Special rate for Nurses, Midwives and Sonographers: £125

Alternative registration costs for the Expert Imaging in Obstetrics and Gynaecology conference:

Option Consultant Junior Doctor/AHP
Full conference (3 days) 18-20 May £595 £475
Early Pregnancy Care + Gynaecology (2 days) 18-19 May £475 £365
Preterm Birth + Fetal Medicine (2 days) 19-20 May £475 £365

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Wellcome Trust Lecture Hall
Wellcome Trust Lecture Hall, The Royal Society, Central London