Important! Beyond the Basic Views of the Fetal Heart Postponed

Wednesday, 5 July 2017
7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online, AEST (UTC+10:00) Sydney, Australia

Please note this webinar has been postponed indefinitely. For the latest updates and information on this and other education courses please register your interest.

You have determined from the basic assessment of the fetal heart that something is abnormal. What next? This webinar will provide you with the extra views you could use or structures you could examine to gain further useful information about the fetal heart to determine the heart abnormality. Course outcomes include:

  1. Gain an understanding of the basic examination of the fetal heart.
  2. Learn about additional structures you could examine to provide further information about the fetal heart abnormality.
  3. Learn what a Fetal Echocardiologist wants to know when a patient presents to their department with prior imaging and a fetal heart abnormality.
Presented by

Dr Ritu Mogra
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Fetal Medicine Department
Dr Ritu Mogra is a specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with subspecialisation certification in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ultrasound. Her main interest is in fetal echocardiography, complex pregnancy and monochorionic twins. She completed a Fellowship at King’s College Hospital, London, where she developed her specialised knowledge of fetal cardiac echography under the direction of Prof Lindsey Allan; arguably, the world’s leading fetal cardiologist. Dr Mogra lectures and holds workshops in both Australia and overseas on fetal cardiac imaging.


Postponed until further notice.

Who Should Attend

Any Sonographers, Radiologists or other specialists with an interest in Fetal Echo.


$25 per person.

Important! Beyond the Basic Views of the Fetal Heart Postponed

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