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Upcoming Events

*POSTPONED* – Annual Gynaecology and Imaging Meeting – New trends and updates in imaging guided clinical practice
20 May 2022

*POSTPONED* – this event will be happening but at a later date in the Autumn. We will put the new date up as soon as we know it. We apologise for any inconvenience.


The RCOG and British Society for Gynaecological Imaging (BSGI) are hosting this joint Annual Gynaecology and Imaging Meeting to provide delegates with new trends in imaging guided clinical practice.

General gynaecology together with ultrasound and other imaging modalities such as MRI are the cornerstone of clinical practice. As part of the event, the 14th Annual Scientific Meeting of the BSGI offers all healthcare professionals involved in managing gynaecology and early pregnancy patients an important update.

The course aims to provide a focused day of clinically relevant talks across a range of day to day practice including pelvic pain, fibroids, preterm labour, menopause and intermenstrual bleeding.

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Annual Gynaecology and Imaging Meeting
15 May 2020

The 13th Annual Scientific meeting of the BSGI offer the opportunity for all specialists with an interest in gynaecology and imaging related to Clinical Practice to update on academic developments in the field and discuss hot topics in clinical practice.

The aim of the ASM is to provide a focused day of clinically relevant talks across a range of areas including gynaecological oncology, benign gynaecology and early pregnancy. The ASM provides the opportunity to present academic work and trainees are especially welcome.

This meeting is eligible for 6 CPD points.

Why Attend

After the meeting you will have updates in key areas of imaging in:

  • Benign gynaecology
  • Early pregnancy
  • Community gynaecology
  • Termination of pregnancy
  • Placenta Accreta Spectrum

Who should attend

  • Consultants in Gynaecology
  • O&G trainees
  • Sonographers and Specialist nurses
  • Radiology consultants and trainees with an interest in gynaecological imaging

Honorary Director of Conferences

Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham

Honorary Deputy Director of Conferences

Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury

More info and booking

Gynaecology Imaging Course – JCA seminars
16 Sep 2020

This is the third edition of our two-day gynae imaging course and we are delighted to be hosting this years’ in London!

Covering the essentials of gynaecological imaging, we shall be looking at how to acquire the best possible images over multiple imaging modalities, how to read these images and looking at a range of pathologies in the different areas.

This course aims to sharpen reporting skills and optimise scanning efficiency.

10 CPD credits can be claimed in accordance with the CPD scheme of The Royal College of Radiologists.

Next Webinar – Role of Interventional Radiology in Gynaecology – 28th October
28 Oct 2020

We are delighted to announce our next exciting webinar with Dr Nimit Goyal, Clinical Radiologist from the Royal Gwent Hospital.

Entitled ‘Role of Interventional Radiology in Gynaecology’, it will focus on the ever growing role in which IR can play in the management of gynaecology patients.

This role has evolved over the years from basic diagnostic biopsy and ascites drain to treatment of benign diseases such as fibroids and treatment of lung metastasis with thermal ablation. The presentation should be interesting to all clinicians and other staff members involved in the care of gynaecology patients.

Join us on 28th October at 7pm, click here to register – 

We look forward to seeing you.

How to perform a transvaginal ultrasound
2 Dec 2020

This 30 minute presentation covers everything you need to know in order to perform a transvaginal pelvic ultrasound.
It includes how to position your patient, how to be gentle, how to orientate and optimise your image and how to perform a systematic basic pelvic ultrasound.
Then we will learn how to apply the sliding sign, a crucial screening test for endometriosis, which should now be part of any routine pelvic ultrasound.
Lastly we will visualise the torus, uterosacral ligaments and bowel, which are all crucial in the diagnosis of Deep Endometriosis.
From basic to advanced, the presentation is practical with still images, video clips and laparoscopic views.
There will be live Q+A at the end of the video presentation.
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