STARS 2021 will offer a unique opportunity to engage with world-class national and international faculty discussing and debating critical issues in lower limb revascularisation and limb salvage. STARS 2021 will continue to be an informal and interactive forum to exchange expertise and knowledge between attendees and key opinion leaders.
Taking place in the newly renovated County Hall in Central London, STARS 2021 offers an excellent opportunity for re-union with colleagues and exposure to the latest innovations and cutting-edge techniques in complex lower limb interventions.
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This is a multi-disciplinary meeting on the aorta, aimed at cardiac and vascular surgeons, cardiologists, radiologists and geneticists, which will focus on the many developments that are occurring in the management of aortic diseases with input from different disciplines.
Paris Vascular Insights will address all aspects of vascular diseases and their treatments with the most recent available data about on-going or recently published trials, technical advances of open vascular or endovascular procedures and debates on controversial topics. A large place will be dedicated to peripheral topics.
The flyer below details the new digital learning platform run by Gore for Vascular and Radiology Trainees (ST6+) and consists of 8 Vascular modules running from October through to May. Each module is related to a patient Case, and is broken down into 3 sections:
- Case & Patient Background
- Planning & Treatment Options
- Outcome and Follow up
The module material is available online over 3 weeks through ppt slides, with written questions posed at the end of each section for the trainees to answer. There is also a discussion Forum where the delegates can ask questions to the trainer and the group.
At the end of the 3 weeks there is a ‘live streamed’ session by the Physician who compiled the case material, who will add further detail to the case and answer any questions that the delegates may have.
4 of the sessions will be EMEA sessions and 4 will be UK only sessions.