This course takes venous educaion to the next level.
to 75 participants.
knowledge of venous disease required.
will learn the advanced management of venous disease
submit cases prior to course and best ones are selected by faculty to discuss.
are active participants.
Ratio = Lots of faculty interaction
Expert Venous Management will be of value to vascular surgeons, interventional radiologists, interventional cardiologists, cardiologists, phlebologists, general surgeons and other medical professionals currently treating venous disease and want to advance to the next level.
Kush Desai, Northwestern University
Ellen Dillavou, Duke University
William Marston, University of North Carolina
Mark Meissner, University of Washington
Peter Pappas, Center for Vein Restoration
Keynote Speaker: Thom Rooke, Mayo Clinic
Invited Speaker: Thomas O'Donnell, Tufts Medical Center
Steve Elias, Englewood Hospital & Medical Center
Antonios Gasparis, Stony Brook Medicine
Nicos Labropoulos, Stony Brook Medicine
a non-CME activity. In continuing the theme of a non-traditional meeting, this
event will allow industry to fully participate in the interactive discussions.
The course will take place at: Englewood
Hospital Medical Center
350 Engle Street, Englewood NJ 07361
can be found at: Clinton
Inn • 145 Dean Drive, Tenafly NJ 07670
fee covers admission to the scientific sessions, course materials, welcome reception,
continental breakfast, refreshment breaks and lunch.
"I have been to many vein meetings including New York Venous Symposium, International Vein Congress etc,
but the discussions at this meeting made this a personal favorite of mine. I plan to be back next year."
"I thought the discussions were great and you had a
really interesting mix of participants with surgeons, IR,
and particularly the vascular medicine guy."
"Great content and definitely a meeting that offers what others do not. I would bet that everyone there learned things they did not know which is rare for most
"It offers a contrast to the normal meetings we are all
used to attending which is an extremely nice change.
The relationship with industry is very important and we appreciate the time & effort."