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Live-streaming to return at VAM 2022

After a successful debut in 2021, live-streaming of a variety of sessions will return to the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) Vascular Annual Meeting...

From the Editor

Our forever plague

The following is a combined and revised version of the November and December 2021 editorials on fake news and science denial published in Vascular...

Our broken system: Medical liability in vascular practice

My last editorial, “How to succeed in vascular surgery: A guide for the aspiring outlier,” was more controversial than I expected. I naively believed...

SVS news

VA: Cutting through the ‘red tape’ of research

Creating an academic career with a perfect blend of clinical work and protected time for productive research is a struggle for many surgeon-scientists. Many...

New recommendations promote ‘appropriate and effective’ use of social media in...

In response to a rapid augmentation of social media use in medicine over the past five years, the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) has...

Commentary

A time of transition, like the dawn of a New Year, usually commences the mass drive for New Year’s resolutions and intentions. Many of us have had the pleasure of covering the New Year’s call shift, and it was...

VAM news

Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) program planners are finalizing the lineup and topics for several types of educational session for the 2022 Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM). VAM is set for June 15–18 in Boston, with educational programming across all...