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    Date: 29th and 30th April 2017
    Venue: Auditorium, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi

    The Anomaly scan is considered as the most important scan in pregnancy and it is medico-legally important to perform it to the best of standards, with proper documentation of images. Enhance your skills at detecting birth defects to the standards required by the Fetal Medicine Foundation UK and the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ISUOG).

    The course is useful for all those who are involved in obstetric scanning.
    All Faculty are accredited by FMF-UK

    The FMF-UK certified course for 18-23 weeks Anomaly scan will satisfy the theory requirements for the Certificationand for those who are eligible for the practical exam(ie those whose images have been approved by FMF-UK )will have a chance to appear for the Practical Assessment

    The requirements for obtaining the FMF certificate of competence in the 18-23 weeks scan are:
    • Attendance of FMF Approved Theory course (30th April 2017)
    • Online submission of a log-book of a series of images from one normal fetus to FMF-UK (it takes approximately 2 weeks for approval of images post submission to anomaly@fetalmedicine.org)
    • Demonstration to a FMF approved examiner of competence in carrying out a 18-23 weeks scan and good knowledge of the diagnosis and management of a wide spectrum of fetal abnormalities (Dr Anita Kaul, DrPrathimaRadhakrishnan are approved examiners who will be present on 29th April 2017 to conduct the practical exam)
    Please Note : Only those who have already submitted the log book of images to FMF – UK and images have been approved (please contact us or visit fetalmedicine.org/training-n-certification/certificates-of-competence/the-18-23-weeks-scan or Click Here for details on submission of images) are eligible for the practical exam providing this has been done by 29th March 2017.

    I. Registration with PNDT appropriate authority (South East District, Saket, Delhi) at least 30 days in advance of the date of practical examination (29th April 2017).

    Documents required for PNDT registration, to be submitted at Apollo Centre for Fetal Medicine, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi for getting registration for the hands-on

    • Affidavit on INR 10 stamp paper attested by notary.
      The affidavit format is available for download below
    • Copy of qualification certificates (MBBS/MD/MS) self attested.
    • Copy of DMC / MCI registration (self attested).
    Programme
    TIME TOPIC SPEAKER
    08:00-08:30 Registration
    08:30-08:40: Welcome and Introduction Dr Anita Kaul
    08:45-09:45 45Central Nervous System: Normal & Abnormal views Dr Rachna Gupta
    09:50-10:10 Face: Normal and Abnormal views Dr Chanchal
    10:15-10:25 TEA BREAK
    10:30-11:15 Normal views Dr Prashant Acharya (Paras Ahmedabad)
    11:20-12:05 Abnormal views Dr Prashant Acharya
    12:10-12:55 Pulmonary System: Abdominal Wall: Normal & Abnormal views Dr Prathima Radhakrishnan( BFMC Bangalore)
    01:00-01:45 LUNCH BREAK
    01:50-02:20 Gastrointestinal Tract: Normal and Abnormal views Dr Anita Kaul
    02:25-02:55 Kidneys and Urinary Tract: Normal and abnormal views Dr Akshatha Sharma
    03:00-03:40 Skeletal System: Normal and Abnormal views Dr Prathima Radhakrishnan
    03:45-04:15 Second Trimester Soft markers and Risk Calculation Dr Shreyasi Sharma
    04:20-05:15 Summary and Live Demo Dr Anita Kaul, Dr Prathima Radhakrishnan ,Dr Prashant Acharya

    Registration Fees :
    No spot registration

    INR 5000/- plus 15% service tax INR 5750/-

    PAYMENT OPTIONS:
    Payable to “Fetal Medicine Foundation India”

    1.Bank Transfer to A/c No:03192560004661 ;HDFC Bank, South Extension Branch, New Delhi ;IFSC Code :HDFC 0000319
    2. PAYTM to 8586015738
    3. Post Cheque to: Apollo Centre for Fetal Medicine, Gate No:7,Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi

    Web: www.fmfindia.in
    Email: anita_kaul@apollohospitalsdelhi.com.

    For Queries call Himanshi on 011-29873018, 26925858, Extn:3018, 9560127575 or write to fetalmedicine@apollodelhi.com

    Dr Rachna Gupta, General Secretary, FMF India: 09899294499
    Dr Akshatha Sharma, Programme Coordinator : 09891494545

    Download Affidavit

    Download PDF

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