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Mobile App, VRIC

Off-line Access Comes to VESAP4

A mobile app, for Apple products only, is now available for the approximately 600 users of the fourth edition of the Vascular Education and Self-Assessment Program, which debuted in mid-August.

The mobile app greatly enhances VESAP’s usefulness, by permitting off-line use. It is a major enhancement of VESAP4, say editors Drs. Amy Reed and Greg Modrall.

"For years, users had to be on a computer with Internet access, making it a challenge to use if they didn’t have access or if they were in a location that blocks certain sites," said Dr. Modrall. "Now people will be able to use VESAP in virtually any environment, such as while waiting for a case to start or traveling on a plane."

VESAP4 also offers easier navigation, new and updated content, simplified tracking of CME and MOC certificates and expanded bookmarking and annotation. For more information and to purchase VESAP4, visit vsweb.org/VESAP4.

VRIC Accepting Abstracts

Abstracts are now being accepted for the 2018 Vascular Research Initiatives Conference, to be held May 9, 2018, in San Francisco.

The conference, held the day before the American Heart Association’s Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology Scientific Sessions, is considered a key event for meeting and collaborating with other researchers.

The abstract submission site opened Nov. 1 and will close Jan. 10, 2018. Trainees may apply for travel scholarships, offering complimentary registration and a $1,000 travel stipend. Application deadline is Jan. 10, 2018.

Visit vsweb.org/VRIC18 for more information on VRIC and the scholarships.