Exhibition at the SASUOG 2019 Congress

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Important dates

  • 24 October 2018 SPECIAL Discounted Early Bird deadline
  • April 2019 Exhibition Technical Manual will be available from the website
  • 24 April 2019 Early Bird fees deadline
  • 5 September 2019 Standard fees deadline | Stand full payment deadline | Last day to submit stand drawings
  • 12 September 2019 Last day to submit company logo, advertisements and details that should be printed in the Final Programme
  • 22 October 2019 Deliveries to the Organiser’s congress office (ie: items for bag inserts, slides on flash disk, etc)
  • 24 October 2019 Pre-congress day: Workshops & Courses | Exhibition build up | On site registration
  • 25 October 2019 Day 1: Full day - Scientific sessions | Welcome Cocktail
  • 26 October 2019 Day 2: Full day - Scientific sessions | Gala Dinner
  • 27 October 2019 Day 3: Half day - Scientific sessions | Exhibition dismantling of stands from 12:00 (time to be confirmed)

SASUOG 2019 Congress - Johannesburg October 24-27 2019

INVITATION Letter from the Convener, Prof Ermos Nicolaou

Dear Exhibitor or Sponsor

On behalf of the South African Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (SASUOG) and the Fetal Medicine Foundation (South Africa) I would like to invite you to our congress in Johannesburg in 2019.

The SASUOG 2019 International Congress will be in association with the Fetal Medicine Foundation (UK).

We have invited a number of world experts to share with us their experience in a broad spectrum of areas that range from screening, diagnosis and management of foetal abnormalities to the latest advances in foetal intervention and foetal surgery, maternal medicine , maternal and foetal wellbeing and role of ultrasound in the diagnosis of common gynaecological disorders.

The SASUOG 2019 congress will provide a forum for experts to share with us their views on how to reduce maternal and foetal morbidity and mortality in our country, improve women’s health, and together as a collective we will aim not only to achieve our New Sustainable Development Goal 2030 for South Africa but to exceed these goals for our country and the African Continent.

Ultrasound is the most significant achievement in modern obstetrics and gynaecology. It has enabled us to reach the foetus in its own environment and learn a great deal in terms of foetal development, behaviour, recognize disease and empowered us to offer solutions for better outcomes.

The challenges we face in our country are many and complex. There is no quick fix. But we, the medical fraternity of this country, have a responsibility to constantly widen our horizons and push the boundaries for the improvement of all our people.
For this congress to be a success we need all the stakeholders in the medical field and in particular the Ultrasound and Imaging Companies, the Pharmaceutical Industry, the Financial Sector, the Legal and Medicolegal fraternity and the Government to be our partners and become active participants in the planning and execution of this exciting endeavor.

I am writing to you and I would like to share your views and input on how best we showcase our Congress not only to make it a great success but also to convey our message to every healthcare practitioner in South Africa and the African Continent.

Yours Sincerely

Prof Ermos Nicolaou, Convener

Wits Maternal and Fetal Medicine Centre
University of the Witwatersrand
E-mail: Ermos.Nicolaou@wits.ac.za