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Review VAM 2019 with VAM on Demand; Propose Ideas for Sessions for VAM 2020

Here in the present, the Society for Vascular Surgery has information on both a past and future Vascular Annual Meeting.

Access to the 2019 VAM on Demand online library is now available. And at the same time, organizers want to hear members' ideas for the 2020 Vascular Annual Meeting.
 
Travel Through Time: Attend the VAM '19 SessioniPhone with phone calling coming from the past

Pick up the call from the past and relive the 2019 Vascular Annual Meeting. Attendees can review sessions they attended and "attend" missed ones. Those who weren't there get the opportunity to experience what they missed.

Slides and audio presentations of nearly every session are included, from concurrent sessions to scientific sessions, from international programming to forums, even a few select videotaped presentations.

The cost for one year of access (including the ability to download materials) is $199 for VAM attendees and $499 for non-attendees. Those who purchased VAM on Demand before the meeting ended need merely visit the link below to gain access, logging in with their SVS (vascular.org) credentials.  

For any VAM on Demand questions, please email education@vascularsociety.org.

Wanted: Ideas for Educational Sessions at VAM 2020
Lower extremity revascularization. Coding changes. How quality requirements impact vascular surgeons. Setting up a vascular lab. Tips for young surgeons. Research initiatives. How to deal with complications.  
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If you’ve ever wanted a topic presented at a Vascular Annual Meeting session, now is your chance.
The Society for Vascular Surgery seeks proposals for invited sessions for the 2020 VAM, to be held June 17 to 20 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Scientific sessions will be June 18 to 20 and exhibits will be open June 18 to 19.
Invited sessions include postgraduate courses and breakfast, concurrent and Ask the Expert sessions.   

By opening the submission process to the entire membership, organizers hope to receive the widest possible range of topics of interest to members. Proposals should include the session's educational benefit, a short outline of the program topic, session goals and target audience, among other information.

The process is designed to garner proposals without requiring a great deal of time upfront. Feedback and development help will be provided to those whose ideas are selected. Submission proposals are due in four weeks, on Aug. 28. Notifications of further development will be made in mid-September.

The File submission form is available here.

Email completed forms to achurilla@vascularsociety.org.