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Study: 40% of vascular surgeons report suffering chronic work-related pain

A majority of vascular surgeons are in pain after a day of operating—with open and endovascular surgery identified as the types of intervention causing...

From the Editor

Look within yourself during turbulent times

There are many strategies people have for surviving turbulent times. At times like these, I am often asked for advice by younger vascular surgeons,...

Sheahan: On professionals and professionalism

On March 19, 2019, I sat in the audience of the scientific sessions at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery...

Commentary

The recent furor over the article published in the Journal of Vascular Surgery (JVS) about unprofessional behavior among recent vascular surgery trainees occasioned a discussion between myself and my daughter, an exceptionally bright and perceptive young lady aged 23...

SVS news

The Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) has honored three members in community practice for their leadership of patients and their local communities, as well as exemplary professional practice and leadership. Recipients of the Excellence in Community Service Award, in...

VAM news

The 2021 Vascular Annual Meeting—to be held June 2 to 5, 2021 in San Diego—will be a celebration as well as an educational and networking event, as members break out the party hats and noisemakers to mark the 75th...

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