Topics in Fetal Medicine
Topics in Fetal Medicine is a monthly videoconference featuring subject matter experts from Children’s National and elsewhere as they facilitate the discussion of compelling topics in the field of fetal and transitional medicine.
This series is presented as a live WebEx meeting the on third Tuesday of every month from 7:30-8:15 am. Participants are welcome to attend in person at the Fetal Medicine Institute on the main campus of Children’s National or join remotely through WebEx. The following table provides information about this year's presentations.
|2015-2016 Agenda Topics|| Presenter(s)||Date|
| Cloaca Anomalies: Updates in Management*|| Hans Pohl, MD|| December 8, 2015|
| Lymphatic Malformations: Impact on Prenatal Counseling and Postnatal Management*||Phil Guzzetta, MD|| January 19, 2016|
| Fetal Brain Anomalies*||Adré du Plessis, MBChB|| February 16, 2016|
| Placenta Accreta/Percreta: A Growing Menace*||Rachael Overcash, MD|| March 15, 2016|
| Advanced Fetal MR Imaging: The Future is Here*||Catherine Limperopoulos, PhD|| April 19, 2016|
| Fetal Spinal Anomalies: Impact on Prenatal and Postnatal Management* ||John Myseros, MD|| May 17, 2016|
| Delivery Management of CDH*||Billie Lou Short, MD||June 21, 2016|
| Fetal Arrythmia: How to Diagnose and Updates in Management*||Anita Krishnan, MD||July 19, 2016|
| Skeletal Dysplasias: What We Need to Know*||Dorothy Bulas, MD|| August 16, 2016|
*Topic titles above are subject to change.
Because this series is jointly sponsored by the Inova Office of Continuing Medicinal Education (CME), which is accredited by the Medical Society of Virginia to provide CME for physicians, particpants may claim a maximum of 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM per meeting. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in each meeting.
CME credit is available for 30 days after WebEx participation through the Inova CME System.
The following resources may help you with the Inova CME System.
Past Sessions: 2015
| October 20 || Title: Disturbances in Fetal Forebrain Development|
Speaker: Matthew Whitehead, MD
| September 15||Title: Ambiguous Genitalia: Impact on Prenatal Counseling and Postnatal Care|
Speaker: Veronica Gomez-Lobo, MD
| August 18 ||Title: Ethical Issues Surrounding the Postnatal Management of a Severe Congenital Anomaly|
Speaker: Meg Menzel, MS, CGC, and Tomas Silber, MD
| July 21 ||Title: Understanding Fetal Supratentorial Brain Development: Role of MRI|
Speaker: Gilbert Vezina, MD
| June 16 || Title:Update on Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia|
Speaker: Andrea Badillo, MD, and Eva Rubio, MD
| May 19 ||Title:Fetal Hematological Conditions and Implications for Pregnancy and Delivery|
Speaker: Jennifer Webb, MD
| April 21 || Title: Prenatal Diagnostic Imaging of Cleft Lip/Palate|
Speaker: Albert Oh, MD
| March 17 ||Title: Clinical Implications of Fetal Pyelectasis: The Urologist's Perspective|
Speaker: Craig Peters, MD
|February 17|| Title: Prenatal Diagnostic Imaging of Cleft Lip/Palate|
Speaker: Albert Oh, MD
| January 20 ||Title: Perinatal CMV Infection: New Horizons for Evaluation and Treatment|
Speaker: Roberta DeBiasi, MD