You may also be interested inOBSTETRIC ULTRASOUND IN THE HIGH RISK PATIENT November 9-11, 2012 in Las Vegas ...
WHY ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE?A distinguished panel from the renowned IAMEfaculty will focus on issues of practical im...
ABOUT THE FACULTYCONFERENCE CHAIR:James Shwayder, MD, JDVice Chair of Clinical AffairsDirector Division of GynecologyDirec...
ACCREDITATIONACCREDITATION & CERTIFICATION MORE CMEThe Institute for Advanced Medical Educat...
PROGRAM SCHEDULEFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 2012Optional Pre-Conference Nuchal Translucency Education & Quality Monitoring Progra...
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 2012Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasound7:00 Morning Refreshments8:00 Fetal Cardiac Evalu...
REGISTRATION FORMThe National Conference onOB-GYN UltrasoundThe Westin Chicago River North - Chicago, IL • September 28-30...
You may also be interested inOBSTETRIC ULTRASOUND IN THE HIGH RISK PATIENT Pres...
of 8

National Conference on OB-GYN Ultrasound

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - National Conference on OB-GYN Ultrasound

  • 1. You may also be interested inOBSTETRIC ULTRASOUND IN THE HIGH RISK PATIENT November 9-11, 2012 in Las Vegas National Conference onOb-Gyn Ultrasound September 28-30, 2012 in Chicago Acquire the best and most up-to-date strategies for your practice Earn up to 19 CME Credits Nuchal Translucency Education & Quality Monitoring Program Available before the conference
  • 2. WHY ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE?A distinguished panel from the renowned IAMEfaculty will focus on issues of practical importance toobstetrician-gynecologists, perinatologists,radiologists and sonographers.The Conference is geared toward the improvement ofclinical outcomes for you and your patients. The goalis to provide you with:I A review of screening strategies in first and second trimesterI 3D ultrasound applications you can use in everyday practiceI Instruction in current and newer applications of ultrasound in the gynecologic patientI Interactive discussions on interpretation and critical pathways using IAME’s Audience Response SystemCOURSE OBJECTIVESAfter attending NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON OB-GYN ULTRASOUND,each participant will:I Describe the most common indications for ultrasound in the OB-GYN patient.I Identify the role of ultrasound in the evaluation of abnormal bleeding.I Learn technical aspects of obstetric and gynecologic ultrasound evaluation includ- ing important new techniques.I Improve your ability to evaluate the OB-GYN patient with gray scale, 3D and Doppler ultrasound.I Improve your patient outcomes through better use of ultrasoundTHE TAKEAWAYWhat you can expect to take away from the 2012 ConferenceI Acquire new and sharper interpretive skillsI Become more thorough in supervising and performing OB-GYN UltrasoundI Learn how the experts use 3D ultrasound to manage the same problems you faceI Better organize your approach to fetal echocardiography and complex cardiac pathologiesI See case examples and how others manage themI Reaffirm your knowledge baseI Increase your understanding of challenging areas such as cardiac anatomy, Doppler, ectopic pregnancy and nuchal translucency
  • 3. ABOUT THE FACULTYCONFERENCE CHAIR:James Shwayder, MD, JDVice Chair of Clinical AffairsDirector Division of GynecologyDirector Fellowship in Advanced Endoscopic SurgeryDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Womens HealthAssociate ProfessorUniversity of LouisvilleLouisville, KYFACULTY:Jacques S. Abramowicz, MD, FACOG, William Brown III, MDFAIUM Director, Ambulatory Ob/Gyn and UltrasoundFrances T. and Lester B. Knight Professor Denver Health Medical CenterDirector, Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Associate Professor, Dept. OB-GYNCo-Director, Rush Fetal and Neonatal University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine Denver, CO Medicine CenterDepartment of Obstetrics and Gynecology Wesley Lee, MDRush University Medical Center Professor, Department of Obstetrics and GynecologyChicago, IL Baylor College of Medicine Section Chief, Womens and Fetal ImagingCarol Benson, MD Director of Fetal Imaging ResearchProfessor of Radiology Co-Director, Fetal Center, Texas Childrens PavilionHarvard Medical School for WomenDirector of Ultrasound and Co-Director Houston, TX of High Risk Obstetrical Ultrasound Lawrence D. Platt, MDBrigham and Women’s Hospital Professor, Obstetrics and GynecologyBoston, MA David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Center for Fetal Medicine and Women’s Ultrasound Los Angeles, CAHOTEL ACCOMMODATIONSThe Westin Chicago River North Please specify that you will be attending the320 North Dearborn Street IAME Meeting when making your reserva-Chicago, IL 60654 tions. Our block is based on a limitedRate: $249 per night number of rooms. Neither IAME nor thesingle occupancy plus applicable taxes hotel can guarantee that these rooms willCall 1-312-744-1900 for Reservations not sell out prior to the stated deadlines. ToCut Off Date: September 7, 2012 avoid disappointment, we encourage you to book early.Guest rooms feature Westin’s insanelycomfortable Heavenly Bed® and invigorating Alternate AccommodationsHeavenly Bath®, as well as splendid views of Attendees looking for alternate accommo-the Chicago skyline or the Chicago River. dations can contact the Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau at 877-244-2246 or visit www.chicago.il.org. United Airlines is offering attendees special discount fares. You may book online at www.united.com and enter Offer Code ZMS3157103 in the Offer Code box when searching for your flights. If booking through a travel professional or United Meetings at 1-800-521-4041, give them the following information: Agreement Code 157103 and Z Code ZMS3. (Please note there is an additional fee for tickets issued through United Meetings Reservations toll free number.)
  • 4. ACCREDITATIONACCREDITATION & CERTIFICATION MORE CMEThe Institute for Advanced Medical Education is OF INTEREST TO YOUaccredited by the Accreditation Council forContinuing Medical Education (ACCME) to pro- Obstetric Ultrasound in thevide continuing medical education for physicians.The Institute for Advanced Medical Education High Risk Patientdesignates this educational activity for a maximum November 9-11, 2012of 19 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians The Encore Resortshould only claim credit commensurate with the Las Vegas, Nevadaextent of their participation in the activity.Application pending with ACOG.Sonographers can use Category1credits in fulfill- Online Coursesment of the continuing education requirement of Our large library of online CME courses inthe American Registry of Diagnostic Medical- OB-GYN Ultrasound is growing all the time.Sonographers (ARDMS).Radiographers will receive SDMS credits whichare accepted by ARRT as Category A credits. Visit IAME.COM to learn moreEach participant will be awarded a Certificate ofAttendance showing Category1 credits earnedand a list of subjects covered in the course. Manyattendees will find this useful for submission tocredentialing boards, managed care organizations,and accreditation bodies.This course is not affiliated with or endorsed by ARDMS®.NUCHAL TRANSLUCENCY EDUCATION & QUALITY MONITORING PROGRAMNuchal Translucency (NT) measurement in After attending the NT Credentialingassociation with first trimester biochemistry has course each participant will:been shown to be an excellent screening modality I Understand the data underlying firstfor chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus. The trimester screening, second trimesterMaternal Fetal Medicine Foundation (MFMF) screening and a combination of firstrecognizes the need for quality assurance in the and second trimester screening forarea of first trimester risk assessment and presents fetal aneuploidythis educational course with the Institute of I Become familiar with the standardizedAdvanced Medical Education on the theories and technique for imaging and measuringtechniques involved in obtaining accurate NT the fetal nuchal translucencymeasurements. This program is designed for I Understand the importance andphysician sonologists and sonographers and meets methods underlying quality assurancethe education course requirement component of for nuchal translucency sonographycredentialing by the MFMF. I Be aware of the pitfalls and implemen-The Institute for Advanced Medical Education tation difficulty in applying nuchaldesignates this educational activity for a maxi- translucency base screening to amum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ Physi- clinical practicecians should only claim credit commensurate with I Use information acquired in thisthe extent of their participation in the activity. activity to achieve NT Credentialing
  • 5. PROGRAM SCHEDULEFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 2012Optional Pre-Conference Nuchal Translucency Education & Quality Monitoring Program7:00 Registration and Morning Refreshments8:00 Screening for Down Syndrome, Second Trimester Risk Assessment, First Trimester Risk Assessment – Platt8:30 Technical Aspects of Nuchal Translucency Measurement, Requirements for Acceptable NT Images – Platt9:00 Combining 1st and 2nd Trimester Screening, Other 1st Trimester Ultrasound Markers of Aneuploidy, Technical Aspects of Nasal Bone Evaluation – Abramowicz9:30 Questions & Answers10:00 Coffee Break10:30 Additional Benefits of 1st Trimester Aneuploidy Risk Assessment, 1st Trimester Risk Assessment in Multiple Gestations – Platt11:00 Need for Quality Review When Performing NT Measurements, Image Submission and Review Process, Ongoing Quality Monitoring – Abramowicz11:30 Questions & Answers – Faculty12:00 AdjournFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 2012Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasound10:30-12:50 Registration12:50 Introduction – Shwayder1:00 Sonographic Markers of Early Pregnancy – Brown1:45 NIPD, Microarray, Universal Screening: Who and When – Platt2:30 Questions & Answers – Faculty2:45 Coffee Break3:15 Fetal Anatomic Survey in the 1st Trimester: Is it Too Early? – Platt4:00 Pregnancy Support Structures: Placenta, Cord, and Membranes – Benson4:45 Fetal Cranial Evaluation Including the Neural Tube – Platt5:15 Questions & Answers – Faculty5:30 AdjournONLINE CME IN OB-GYN ULTRASOUNDVisit iame.com/online to view our library of easy to use online CME courses
  • 6. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 2012Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasound7:00 Morning Refreshments8:00 Fetal Cardiac Evaluation – The Basic Examination – Lee8:45 The Latest in Evaluating the Fetal Skeletal System – Benson9:30 Questions & Answers – Faculty9:45 Coffee Break10:15 Advanced Assessment of the Fetal Heart: The Value of 3D and 4D – Lee11:00 The Fetal Abdomen: GI and GU Assessment – Benson11:45 Questions & Answers – Faculty12:00 Lunch on Your Own1:30 MRI of the Fetus: When is it Helpful? – Lee2:15 Interventional Procedures in OB – Benson3:00 Questions & Answers – Faculty3:15 Coffee Break3:45 Adnexal Masses in Pregnancy: Should you Operate? – Schwayder4:30 Ultrasound and Ectopic Pregnancy – Brown5:15 Questions & Answers – Faculty5:30 AdjournSUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 20127:00 Morning Refreshments8:00 Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: Should Ultrasound be the First Step in Evaluation? – Schwayder8:45 Ultrasound and the Infertile Patient: It’s Not Just for the REI – Brown9:30 Ultrasound and Adnexal Masses: Improving Your Assessment – Schwayder10:15 Questions & Answers – Faculty10:30 Coffee Break10:45 Coding in Ob-Gyn Ultrasound: Best Practices – Schwayder11:30 Interesting Cases: Putting it All Together – Faculty12:15 Questions & Answers – Faculty12:30 AdjournRegister online at iame.com
  • 7. REGISTRATION FORMThe National Conference onOB-GYN UltrasoundThe Westin Chicago River North - Chicago, IL • September 28-30, 2012Early Bird Tuition Postmarked by September 7, 2012J $695 | PhysiciansJ $545 | Residents/fellows/full-time military (verification required); retired and sonographersNuchal Translucency Education & Quality Monitoring ProgramJ $310 | PhysiciansJ $235 | Residents/fellows/full-time military (verification required); retired and sonographersRegistration for Nuchal Translucency Credentialing Course includes fees to become certified by NTQR.(https://www.ntqr.org) No further charges will be incurred when sending images electronically. (If hardcopy images are submitted, there will be an additional charge of $20 payable to NTQR.)Standard Tuition Please add $40.00 to registration postmarked after September 7, 2012Registration ApplicationPLEASE PRINT CLEARLYNAME J MD J DO J RDMS J RT J OTHER SPECIALTY (PHYSICIANS ONLY)ADDRESSCITY STATE ZIPWORK PHONE NUMBER HOME PHONE NUMBERFAX NUMBER E-MAILNote: Cancellations received in writing up to two weeks prior to the course will receive a refund minus a $50processing fee. There will be no refunds after that date. Refunds will not be given to “no shows.”To Register:Online: iame.com/conferencesby Telephone: 802/824-4433by Fax: 802/824-3737by Mail: 54 Hearthstone Lane, South Londonderry, VT 05155Payment by Check:Make check or money order payable (in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank) to IAME and mail to:IAME, 54 Hearthstone Lane, South Londonderry, VT 05155Payment by Credit Card:J MasterCard J VISA J DiscoverCARD NUMBER EXPIRATION DATE SECURITY CODECARDHOLDERʼS NAME (Please print)BILLING ADDRESS BILLING ZIPRegister online at iame.com
  • 8. You may also be interested inOBSTETRIC ULTRASOUND IN THE HIGH RISK PATIENT Presorted Standard US POSTAGE November 9-11, 2012 in Las Vegas 54 Hearthstone Lane PAID So Londonderry, VT 05155 PERMIT 1 Lakeland, FL National Conference on Ob-Gyn Ultrasound September 28-30, 2012 in Chicago Earn up to 19 CME Credits Nuchal Translucency Education & Quality Monitoring Program Available before the conference

Related Documents