Fellowship in Fetal Medicine (FFM)
- MBBS / MS/ MD/ DNB/ DGO (Obstetrics & Gynaecology or Radiology)
- Should have sound knowledge of Obstetric Ultrasound
- 1 Year
The course objective of the Fellowship in Fetal Medicine is to provide a comprehensive training in fetal medicine, which includes the diagnosis and management of fetal malformations and other conditions affecting the developing fetous. The program also aims to develop specific skills in ultrasound scanning and other relevant investigative techniques, as well as the management of high-risk pregnancy.
- To be able to use the Ultrasound scan machine effectively
- To Understand normal & abnormal Development in a fetus
- To be able to interpret findings on a scan & reach a reasonable diagnosis.
- To be able to manage common abnormalities integrating the various modalities of investigation for Perinatal
- To be able to provide appropriate pre-pregnancy & Perinatal
- Advice to prospective parents.
- To be able to liaise with the appropriate departments as dictated by the case & make effective use of the current knowledge & Technology
- To be able to critically assess available literature & interpret current papers to suit the needs of the patient & the
- To be able to integrate oneself & work as a team showing due respect to colleagues & contribute effectively to the
The Fellowship in Fetal Medicine course helps doctors develop a comprehensive understanding of fetal medicine, allowing them to diagnose and manage fetal malformations and other conditions affecting the developing fetus. The course also provides the skills to use ultrasound and other investigative techniques, as well as the management of high-risk pregnancies. This helps ensure that doctors are well-equipped to provide the best possible care for their patients.
Fees for the Fetal Medicine Fellowship program may differ from country to country.