BMFMS TRAINEES' SESSION
Rare Topics in Obstetric Medicine, Fetal Medicine, and Intrapartum Obstetrics, followed by a Pathways into Research session
Tuesday 9th June 2020, 12:30-13:30
“Did you hear, there was a case of …….. at the weekend?”
The trainees’ session returns to the Perinatal conference, with the opportunity to hear about rare topics in obstetrics.
We will be discussing three cases covering maternal medicine, fetal medicine, and intrapartum obstetrics. We are prioritising cases which align with the new ATSM curricula.
Each case will be presented, followed by discussion with the audience and the opportunity to ask our experts questions related to the case.
Following the success of last years ‘pathways to research’ session, we have incorporated this into the trainee’s session this year and following the case presentations there will be a presentation from Dr Jenny Myers.
Please email an outline of your interesting case(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Monday 23rd March 2020, 22:00 GMT
Please use the following format (separate email for each case submitted):
Email subject line: BMFMS Trainees’ Session 2020
Name of trainee presenting:
Current hospital / institution:
Section: maternal medicine / fetal medicine / intrapartum obstetrics
Topic title (maximum 10 words):
Details of case (maximum 100 words – no images / tables):
Please note the word limits above. Cases above 100 words will be rejected.
You will be expected to attend the conference and present at the trainees’ session, using Powerpoint slides (maximum 5 minutes). If you wish to include any photographs of the patient please ensure they are anonymised and that you have appropriate permission(s).
The below topics are from the ATSM and will be given priority above other rare cases.
|OBSTETRIC MEDICINE TOPICS||FETAL MEDICINE TOPICS||INTRAPARTUM OBSTETRICS TOPICS|
|Peripartum cardiomyopathy||Dandy-Walker spectrum||Uterine rupture|
|Acute fatty liver of pregnancy||Fetal arrhythmia||Amniotic fluid emobolism|
|Sarcoidosis||Megacystis / lower urinary tract obstruction||Massive pulmonary embolism|
|Cystic fibrosis||Pleural effusion||Stroke (cerebrovascular accident)|
|Sickle cell disease||Bowel atresia||Epilepsy in labour|
|Epilepsy in labour||Ascites||Emergency cervical cerclage|
|Artificial heart valve||Non-lethal skeletal dysplasia||External cephalic version in early labour|
|Renal transplantation patient||Hydrops (immune / non-immune)||Management of morbidly adherent placenta|
|SLE/APLS||Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome||Classical Caesarean section|
|Inflammatory bowel disease||Previous trisomy / previous sex chromosome aneuploidy||Perimortem Caesarean section|
|Myasthenia gravis||History of haemophilia / inborn errors of metabolism||Surgical management of uterine rupture|
|Pemphigoid||Anencephaly/Spina Bifida||Uterine inversion|
|Malaria in pregnancy||Lethal skeletal dysplasia||Brace sutures|
|Complex pre-eclampsia with pulmonary oedema / eclampsia||Twin reverse arterial perfusion sequence||Internal artery ligation|
|Active malignancy in pregnancy||Peripartum hysterectomy|
|Internal Podalic version|