Acknowledgments | NTOLP

The Commonwealth Department of Health & Ageing (DoH&A)

The Department of Health and Ageing provided start up funding over two years to make the development of this course possible. We would like to sincerely thank them for their support.

The University of Melbourne

The Biomedical Multimedia Unit (BMU) in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Services at The University of Melbourne provided valuable expertise and construction of this online course. We greatly appreciate all their knowledge, advice and skills which have helped us develop this fully comprehensive educational tool.

Fetal Medicine Foundation (FMF)

The Nuchal Translucency Online Learning Program is based on the principles and resources of the Fetal Medicine Foundation in the United Kingdom. We recommend that as well as taking the NTOLP you log on to the FMF website ( and complete their free online course. This will provide you with access to the most up to date information on screening and in particular the new ultrasound markers. It would also be beneficial to take a look at the other free on line learning resources that are provided by the FMF.

NTOLP Authors

Enormous gratitude is extended to the authors of this course; Dr Jon Hyett, Dr Andrew McLennan and Dr Debbie Nisbet worked tirelessly to bring their knowledge and expertise in to an online setting. We are most thankful for all their time and enthusiasm.

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