The British Society of Endovascular Therapy (BSET) has been established to promote scientific research, education and training in endovascular treatment and procedures for the advancement of health and public benefit.  It provides a forum to discuss endovascular research, education and training and gives support to consultants and trainees with an endovascular interest working in the NHS.

The Society holds an annual meeting to promote endovascular treatment and research and provide education on endovascular techniques, at which trainees and consultants present the latest endovascular research. The meeting faculty attracts the world’s leading endovascular specialists. The meetings unique informal format encourages high level discussion and participation.

BSET offers Endovascular Fellowships for training and research, and provides travel grants, giving the opportunity for trainees to further their training and knowledge in endovascular procedures in dedicated training centres. These distinctive fellowships have led to many Fellows becoming prominent and successful endovascular specialists.

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BSET Endovascular Spring Training Course: 28th-29th March 2019

We are pleased to announce that BSET will again be running its popular two-day course to provide extensive hands-on practical endovascular training, aimed at senior vascular trainees and new consultants. Numbers are limited to 20 and are available on a first-come first-served basis.

The registration fee of £425 includes overnight accommodation and evening dinner at Tortworth Court Hotel on Thursday 28th March.

Click here for details of the programme and to register.

BSET Annual Meeting: 27th-28th June – Abstract Submission Now Open

Click here to submit your abstract. Abstract submission will close on Friday 1st March.

The BSET meeting is the only dedicated UK meeting for the presentation of endovascular research and is an excellent opportunity for trainees to present their research. There are two abstract prize sessions for the best Aortic and Peripheral abstracts.