The American Venous Forum (AVF) will hold its 33rd annual meeting, Venous2021, in a virtual format from March 17–20.
The conference features scientific sessions covering such topic areas as COVID-19 and venous disease, deep venous disease, superficial venous disease and lymphedema.
Additional sessions include late-breaking trials and top abstracts, quick shots (or shorter) talks, as well as the Sumner Session: “The state of the AVF—the future is bright,” and the International Session: “Sharing excellence in global venous science.”
Additionally, on Wednesday, March 17, the meeting includes a “Day of Science,” involving sessions on the latest innovations in the treatment of venous disease and venous thromboembolism (VTE) research priorities; writing and reviewing a scientific manuscript; and the design, results and conclusion of clinical trials.
For more information visit veinforum.org.