Course description

Course type


Course description

Following the success of our 2017 hands-on Campus course on ultrasound in ART and early pregnancy, we are now repeating the event in a different location but following a similar format adapted to local requirements. Ultrasound is an essential part of the management and treatment of women with gynaecological problems and couples with difficulties in conceiving. This course is organised in collaboration with the SIG Early Pregnancy and the British Society of Gynaecological imaging (BSGI). Its aim is to give an overview of the clinical application of ultrasound in ART and early pregnancy. It will also provide an opportunity for practical training and education. A practical workshop allowing practice on different models is a new approach to education and training in ultrasound.

The course will consider controlled ovarian stimulation and hyperstimulation, implantation and early pregnancy , ovarian and adnexal pathologies, interventional ultrasound, and the quality, safety and educational aspects of ultrasound.

Target audience

Trainees and consultants in Obstetrics and Gynaecology; gynaecologists, radiologists, and allied health professionals with an interest in gynaecological imaging, ultrasound practitioners, midwives, staff doctors, and associate specialists


Expected educational outcomes

  • To investigate the application of ultrasound in the different stages of ART and early pregnancy
  • To promote training and education in ultrasound by using the comprehensive approach to training
  • To provide an overview on standardised practice in interventional ultrasound
  • To assess quality and safety of ultrasound in ART
  • To address educational needs and training in ultrasound

Educational methods

  • Lectures
  • Discussions
  • Hands-on training


The official language of the course is English. 

Certificate of attendance

Participants can obtain a certificate of attendance after completing the workshop evaluation on the App. After the course, ESHRE will send an e-mail with the link and more information.