Houston, TX, August 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Vein Forum: Comprehensive Venous Management for the Practicing Clinician
September 5-6, Boston, MA
Registration has been extended for interested clinicians.
On September 5-6 in Boston, MA AVF will host the Vein Forum: Comprehensive Venous Management for the Practicing Clinician. ACS designates this live activity for a maximum of 14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM. Of the AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM, a maximum of 14 credits meet the requirements for Self- Assessment. The meeting is structured for the practicing venous specialist. The course will be limited to 50 attendees to optimize course interaction. For more information and to register please visit www.veinforum.org.
The faculty present a variety of simple to complex cases to small groups, with the goals of understanding the venous problem, the diagnostic modalities, the treatment options, the end results, and to be able to apply the knowledge in similar scenarios encountered in daily clinical practice. Case-based workshop topics include Compression and Wound Care; Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS); IVC Filters; Pharmacomechanical Thrombolysis / Iliofemoral DVT; Endovenous Laser Ablations: Thermal Tumescent, Non Thermal, Non Tumescent; Sclerotherapy; and, Ultrasound. The course will also include a session on live ultrasound imaging of patients with a variety of venous disorders.
If interested or know of other professional clinicians that would like to better serve and advise their patients living with venous disease, then please visit www.veinforum.org for more information and to register online. AVF members receive a discounted registration fee for the course.
Fall 2014 Fellows Course in Venous Disease
December 5-7, Houston, TX
On December 5-7 in Houston, TX AVF will also host the Fall 2014 Fellows Course in Venous Disease. Registration is limited to 40 fellows, so fellows are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. The Fellows Course is funded through a Grant Program that covers fellows' registration and travel expenses.
The goal of the Fellows Course is to educate and update fellows regarding the latest theories and developments in the clinical practice of vein disease management. Fellows will gain an overall understanding of vein disease to allow them to successfully incorporate venous knowledge, skills and techniques into their overall practice as they make the transition from training to the clinical practice. Please visit www.veinforum.org for more information and to register.
If you are interested or know of other fellows who could benefit from attending this course, then please visit www.veinforum.org for more information and to register.
The American Venous Forum (AVF) is dedicated to improving the care of patients with venous and lymphatic disease through education, research and technology. Membership is open to vascular surgeons, physicians and allied health professionals engaged in the care of patients with venous and lymphatic diseases.