Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography

2019 SDMS Virtual Conferences

2019 SDMS Virtual Conference Schedule

Earn SDMS CME ​credits in one day without the hassle of travel.

Why Should You Attend A Virtual Conference?

  • Earn SDMS CME Credits in One Day -  Maximize your learning experience. No post-test required.
  • Cost & Time Savings - Virtual conferences are cost-effective​ because they do not require travel or hotel accommodations​.
  • Accessible from Anywhere - You can attend sessions, chat with attendees and speakers from the comfort of your own home or office.

2019 SDMD OB Virtual Conference

Saturday, ​December 7, 2019
10am Central

 Earn up to ​5 SDMS CME ​credits in one day!*

Pricing: $​​159 SDMS Members / $​259 Non-Members

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Adam Hiett, MD, RDMS

Clinical Professor
Wright State University
Boonshoft School of Medicine

Ultrasound Evaluation of Ovarian Tumors
Ultrasound evaluation of ovarian tumors can be used to determine the likelihood of malignancy by using protocols validated by the International Ovarian Tumor Analysis group (IOTA) including simple rules, easy descriptors, and the ADNEX model.


Pregnancy of Unknown Location
Clinical outcomes of women with pregnancy of unknown location (PUL) can be improved by mastering three concepts; sonographic definition of early pregnancy, natural history of PUL, and management options for PUL.

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Jiri Sonek, MD, RDMS

Founder and President
Fetal Medicine Foundation USA

1st Trimester Screening for Preeclampsia
Preeclampsia is a major cause of maternal, fetal, and neonatal morbidity and mortality. Recent publications have shown that the use of low-dose aspirin can significantly reduce the risk of early and severe preeclampsia but only if started prior to 16 weeks’ gestation. The ​talk will describe components of th​e algorithm for screening for preeclampsia as well as the optimal dose and timing of aspirin administration for preeclampsia prevention.


1st Trimester Ultrasound, Cell-Free DNA, or Both?
Cell-free DNA testing is a great advance in screening for fetal chromosomal defects. However, this technology has a very narrow scope of use. Therefore, it must be a part of an overall screening strategy rather using it in isolation. This ​talk will summarize the benefits and limitations of the cell-free DNA technology and how to optimize its use by combining it with first trimester ultrasound screening.

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Joy Guthrie, PhD, ACS, RDMS, RCCS, RDCS,
RVS, RVT, FSDMS, FASE

Program Director
Community Regional ​Medical ​Center

Fetal Echo for OB Sonographers
Congenital heart disease is the most common birth defect. This ​session is designed for OB sonographers to understand their vital role in detection of congenital heart disease. Image optimization, fetal echo views, and common congenital heart defects will be described.



*Disclaimer: If you attended and claimed SDMS CME credit for any of the above sessions at the 2018 SDMS Annual Conference, you are not eligible to receive credit for those sessions.

Cancellation without Access to Post Recording:

  • Notice of cancellation 48 or more hours prior to start of the virtual conference: 100% refund
  • Notice of cancellation after 48 hours prior to start of the virtual conference: 50% refund
  • Notice of cancellation after start of the virtual conference: non-refundable

Note: All cancellations must be in writing and sent to learning@sdms.org.