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Celebrating Black History Month
The SVS and SVS Foundation join together to celebrate Black History Month. The SVS and SVSF have come together to create the Voices of Vascular Series to aid in the expansion of diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives throughout each entity. Visit this webpage throughout the month of February to learn new facts and explore profiles of various Black SVS members.
Save Up to 25% on VESAP5
VESAP5 is designed to guide vascular surgeons and future vascular surgeons as they work to stay current in the specialty, review for certification & recertification exams and more. For a limited time, you can save up to 25% on this review resource. The discount can be applied to the Comprehensive Package and the Vascular Lab Modules.
Great Gatsby Gala Gateway
Tickets for the 2023 Great Gatsby Gala benefiting the SVS Foundation are now on sale! Join us for a night of auctions, dinner, drinks, dancing and the company of vascular surgery friends. The gala will take place on Friday, Jun. 16 at 6 p.m. ET in National Harbor, Maryland. Don't miss this unforgettable evening. Tickets are expected to sell out fast - get yours now.
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VAM23 Abstracts Submissions
The 2023 Vascular Annual Meeting abstract submission period has now closed. Those who submitted their abstracts for review should expect to hear from the VAM23 Program Committee in late February.
Latest Publications from SVS
Vascular Specialist: December Edition
In this issue:
- SVS Foundation changes name of program aimed at providing care for underserved patients (p. 1 and 8)
- From SAVS 2023: Study probing which CKD patients would benefit most from renal artery stenting points toward those who experience a more rapid decline in renal function over six months prior to the procedure (p. 1 and 4)
- SVS mourns passing of former President James S.T. Yao, MD (p. 1 and 17)
- Christopher Audu, MD, ponders his vascular surgical loves in Corner Stitch (p. 6)