Vascular Specialist–April 2022

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In this issue:
  • In our April cover story, we report from the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery (SCVS) Annual Symposium on new evidence that lays out out how vascular surgeons in private practice could play a crucial role in alleviating one of the existential problems currently vexing the specialty: the training of future generations of specialists, and its intersection with declining numbers of open abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repairs (p. 1 and 10–11)
  • Medical editor Malachi Sheahan III, MD, discusses how the medical profession is losing the battle to train more Black doctors (p. 4 and 6)
  • All of the latest news around this year’s Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM) in Boston, June 15–18 (p. 8)
  • The latest Corner Stitch column sees Charles DeCarlo, MD, provides tips for getting your abstract accepted at academic conferences (p. 18)

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