2022 FELLOWS COURSE IN VENOUS DISEASE
This unique, non-CME program led by a faculty of experts in the field features a highly interactive environment and small group hands-on workshops within an informal, collegial atmosphere – making these very popular programs.
- Fellows and residents within the specialty of vascular surgery, interventional radiology, interventional cardiology, vascular medicine, general surgery and associated programs
- Recent graduates of these programs
- Practicing physicians who are new to the field of venous
The course program will cover:
- What is Venous Disease?
- What are the Signs & Symptoms?
- Importance of Imaging in Diagnosis
- Ultrasound Demonstration
- Venous Classification Systems
- Introduction to Treatment Modalities for Venous Disease
- Superficial Venous Disease including; Ulcers, Ablations, Perforators, Phlebectomy
- Deep Venous Disease including; IVUS, Stents, IVC Filter Removal, Pelvic Congestion, DVT, VTE, PE, Current Guidelines
- Lipedema vs. Lymphedema
- How to Establish a Venous Practice
- The Economics of a Venous Practice: Reimbursement Challenges
- Ask the Experts Panel: Keys to a Successful Venous Practice
- 150 minutes of hands-on, small group interaction with industry sponsors
|Physician-in-Training – AVF Member (Resident/Fellow)*||$0|
|All Physicians-in-Training must be members of the AVF. If you are not a member, please accept our invitation in the registration form to join the AVF for only $35 so that you can participate in this course and receive the scholarship.
* Trainee scholarships provide up to $500 in air travel reimbursement and 2 free hotel room nights.
|Recent Graduate – AVF Member (First 3 years of practice)||$250|
|Recent Graduate – Non-Member (First 3 years of practice)||$500|
|Early Career Physician – AVF Member (First 5 years of venous practice)||$250|
|Early Career Physician – Non-Member (First 5 years of venous practice)||$500|