Call for Proposals

About the Call

The SVS is seeking proposals for invited sessions in consideration of the 2022 Vascular Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. SVS recognizes the amount of effort and commitment to developing such programs. This process will provide feedback on a preliminary proposal without a great up-front expenditure of time. Submission does not guarantee acceptance. The primary contact will be notified in mid-October if their proposal has been selected for further development.

The deadline for submissions is 4 p.m. ET, Wednesday, September 29.

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Four invited session program types:

  • Postgraduate
    • 3-hour timeslot, and can be collaborated on with affiliate organizations
    • CME and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credits available
    • Included in the registration fee for members; at-cost for non-members
  • Breakfast
    • 90-minute timeslot scheduled on Friday and Saturday mornings
    • Can be collaborated on with affiliate organizations
    • CME and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credits available
    • Included in the registration fee, but ticketed for food & beverage purposes
  • Concurrent
    • 90-minute timeslot scheduled throughout meeting
    • Can be collaborated on with affiliate organizations, with CME credit available
  • Small group
    • 60-minute timeslot scheduled throughout meeting
    • 1-2 subject matter experts open the session for case studies in an intimate setting

Scope of the Content

Continuing medical education consists of activities which serve to address professional practice gaps of physicians, with the goal of improving competence, performance, and/or patient outcomes. The SVS CE program seeks to provide interventions to optimize the professional and personal health and vitality of vascular surgeons/practitioners at each stage of their careers, optimize clinical care of patients, and optimize the healthcare system by providing continuing professional education.