Tag: American Board of Surgery

Vascular surgery moves to assess trainees’ competence with EPAs

For surgeons, “EPA” means not the “Environmental Protection Agency” but “Entrustable Professional Activity”—and they’re going to change surgery training. A pilot rollout for vascular...

Act now to keep CME credits, SVS urges members

Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) members should act now so they do not lose earned continuing medical education (CME) credits. The American Board of Surgery...

The ABS-VSB: Extolling the virtues of vascular surgery’s independent board

The evolutionary process by which vascular surgery became a bona fide independent discipline has much to thank the American Board of Vascular Surgery (ABVS),...
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Registration for UCLA-SVS vascular review course open

The Sixth Annual University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)-Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) Symposium returns as a live course for 2021 from Oct. 1...

Virtual VSB Certifying Exam ‘a huge success’

The virtually administered Vascular Surgery Certifying Exam (CE) has been declared "a huge success" by members of the Vascular Surgery Board (VSB). The VSB...

SVS ONLINE closing act: Looking into the future of vascular surgery

What’s ahead for vascular surgery? Many changes, both possible and confirmed, according to the final SVS ONLINE session, “Assuring quality in vascular surgical care:...