Certificate Course

Develop your knowledge for second-trimester screening and diagnosis by following the certificate program taking place at the gynaecological symposium. We are pleased to offer certificates of completion* awarded by the Australian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM). To obtain the certificate of completion for the course delegates will need to fulfil the below conditions:

- Register and pay for the symposium

- Register your interest in the certificate courses BEFORE the commencement of the symposium

- Attend all the sessions: participants will need to watch all the sessions to obtain codes; these codes will be requested during the online assessment in order to verify that participants attended all sessions

- Take the online assessment: this will be emailed to participants that have registered their interest and be available until 22nd December 2023)

- Your online assessment link will be sent via email - please check your junk/spam folder if you have not received it, email asum@asum.com.au for further assistance if required

- Achieve a mark of 70% or more in the scientific multiple-choice questions in the online assessment

- You will have one opportunity to take the assessment

- If the above conditions are met, certificates will be issued after 26 January 2024.

If you do not wish to participate in the certificate of completion process you will still receive a certificate of attendance via email after 15th December

* Certificates: please note that attendees that meet the above conditions will receive a certificate of completion, not a certificate of competency. Any delegate registered for the symposium can attend the course and receive a certificate of attendance but can only obtain the certificate of completion if they fulfil the above conditions.

** Cost: There is no additional charge for the certificates, but participants must have registered and paid for the symposium. If you have any queries, please contact events@asum.com.au


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