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ASUM2020 Conference Committee Expressions of Interest

ASUM2020 Conference Committee

Be a part of history by taking a leading role in planning this exciting conference being held at the Sydney International Convention Centre, 30 October – 1 November 2020.

ASUM is seeking Expressions of Interest for Convenor or Scientific Committee members for this historic event.


Complete the Expression of Interest form found here and submit the form to:


If you have any queries you can call Michelle Martin at the ASUM office on +61 2 9438 2078.


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Celebrating the discovery of X-ray and advancements in medical imaging

Comparison of a basic lung scanning protocol against formally reported chest x‐ray in the diagnosis of pulmonary oedema

This week celebrates the history and accomplishments of radiologists, radiographers, ultrasound specialists and other professionals in this important field.


Explore the special collection of freely available research on the latest developments in medical imaging and radiation therapy.


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CPD Triennium is ending - Check your CPD records

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Sonographer members who have selected the myASUM CPD Program whose triennium is ending on 31 December 2019 will be notified shortly if they will be audited.


Ensure you check that your myASUM CPD records are up to date and total the required 60 points per triennium.


If you need a few more points to meet the requirement, the virtual issue of AJUM in recognition of #MUAM is still available through myASUM, along with the 150+ WFUMB 2019 Congress video recordings already made available to all members.


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Survey - Fetal Growth Measurements


Seeking participants for a study third trimester ultrasound and fetal measurements by completing a questionnaire about fetal biometry reference charts used in your practice.


The purpose of this research is to determine how fetal growth is reported, the reference charts currently used in Australian and New Zealand practices, and the factors that influenced the choice of reference chart.  This knowledge could be used to assist with strategies to achieve consistency in the way fetal growth is measured and reported.


The questionnaire will take approximately 15 minutes.  There are no right or wrong responses – if you don’t know the answer please select ○ Do not know. Access the questionnaire here


This research partially fulfils the requirements for a PhD (Medicine) at ANU under the supervision of Prof. Michael Peek. This research has been reviewed and approved by the ANU Human Research Ethics Committee. HREC Reference No: 2017/ 418. If you have any questions or concerns about this research please contact Prof. Peek at, or directly contact the ANU HREC at


This survey has been approved for distribution by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists; however, this approval in no way constitutes ethics approval nor endorses the statements and opinions expressed in the survey or any publication arising from the survey’s data or its interpretation.


If you have any further questions on the research project or require additional information I can be contacted at or by phone on +61 401 040 133.


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Upcoming ASUM CPD Events

Lower Limb MSK Workshop

Lower Limb MSK Workshop

23 November 2019, Adelaide

Join Clinical Educator Bridie Wylie as she presents on topics including the Under recognised midfoot sprain, Forefoot pathology, Groin strategies for pubalgia and more...

Joining Bridie is Adelaide Rheumatologist Dr Anita Lee who will provide a clinicians' perspective of what rheumatologists would look for in a scan in diagnostic treatment/s, and MSK Physicians Dr Ramona Chryssidis and Dr Mark Ralfe will present from a Sports MSK point of view.


Proudly supported by: Dr Jones & Partners Medical Imaging


Earn 5.5 myASUM CPD Points


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Surf, Sand and Soundwaves 2020

Surf, Sand and Soundwaves 2020

7 - 8 March 2020, Kingscliff

Saturday - Lung scanning, O&G and Cardiac
Sunday - Lung scanning and O&G


Regstration opens today!

Register for one or both days - stay for the weekend and enjoy discounted accommodation rates negotiated by ASUM.

The annual ASUM Surf, Sand and Soundwaves CPD event in Kingscliff, Northern NSW will feature expert presenters including:

Dr Kylie Baker (Lung Scanning)
A/Prof Sandhir Prasad (Cardiac) and
Dr Poonam Charan (O&G).


Earn 6 myASUM CPD Points - Saturday

Earn 3.5 myASUM CPD Points - Sunday


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Latest Job Vacancies


Lead Sonographer, Central Otago Lakes, NZ


Lead Sonographer 0.5-0.6 FTE required.

To join a team based in rural Dunstan Hospital, beautiful Central Otago Lakes, NZ South Island.

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