Canberra Travelling Workshop
The Australasian Sonographers Association is pleased to bring the following Travelling Workshop to Canberra ACT.
Obstetrics – Beyond routine screening
Presented with pleasure, by Erika Cavanagh, FASA
Canberra Hospital - Main Auditorium (ACTH-TCH-Auditorium (B2-L2-135S)) Yamba Drive, Garran ACT 2605
Registration opens at 8.30am and the event concludes at 3.00pm.
Morning tea and a light lunch are included.
Non Members $270
5 CPD Points
*Please Note: Registrations close 5pm Friday 24th November 2023, however event numbers are strictly limited, so register early to avoid missing out.
This workshop will focus on advanced obstetric ultrasound topics that general sonographers can use to extend their knowledge and skills,
showing some interesting things seen in a maternal fetal medicine department.
9.00-10.00 Assessment of monochorionic twin pregnancy
10.00-10.30 Multiple pregnancy live scanning
10.45-11.45 Advanced fetal heart
11.45-12.15 Advanced fetal heart live scanning
13.00-14.00 interactive session - Interesting MFM cases and fetal anomalies
14.30-15.00 Ultrasound assessment in the setting of congenital fetal infections
Erika Cavanagh, FASA
Senior Sonographer | Mater Centre For Maternal Fetal Medicine
Erika Cavanagh is a senior sonographer at the Mater Centre for Maternal Fetal Medicine in Brisbane, Queensland. She has been a sonographer for 20 years, graduating from the Queensland University of Technology in 2003.
For the last 8 years she has specialised in tertiary level obstetric ultrasound. Her areas of expertise in obstetric ultrasound include placental dysfunction and fetal growth restriction, fetal echocardiography, and multiple pregnancy assessment.
She is currently undertaking a PhD exploring the relationship between placental imaging and function in fetal growth restriction.
She maintains a keen interest in sonographer education, having presented on various topics at ASA conferences, and working as a sessional lecturer at Queensland University of Technology.
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