Peripheral and Venous Surgery
25 - 29 September 2017
This course will link the differing aspects of vascular surgery into a cohesive syllabus to give a vascular surgeon a greater insight into the overall management of vascular surgery. There will also be a focus on the development of the vascular team leadership role.
Themes, aims and teaching
The overarching theme for the Peripheral and Venous Surgery short course is innovation with The Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum at its core. This course is designed to give students the opportunity to study in-depth the latest developments related to vascular and endovascular surgery in an interactive format. The module will focus on carotid disease, peripheral arterial and visceral artery treatments. Discussions will focus on venous disease in depth and new technologies in this area.
Who is the course suitable for
The Peripheral and Venous Surgery short course welcome surgeons in training in the NHS, healthcare practitioners and multidisciplinary support staff involved in the care and treatment of vascular surgery patients. Discounts are available for NHS employees.
What to expect
- World-class tuition and expertise from the domain of vascular surgery.
- The opportunity to work alongside masters students, with a ‘taster’ opportunity for attendees with an eye on postgraduate study.
- The course is intense, Monday to Friday and nine to five. Refreshments will be available at the start of the day and at the start of the afternoon session.
- The option to take part in formal assessment at Masters level in a world class university and receive a transcript from Imperial College London and obtain a certificate of attendance for your portfolio.
There are 25 places available.
Fees and registering
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