The fifth edition of the Vascular Educational Self-Assessment Program (VESAP) will be available before the beginning of August, when VESAP4 expires.
The online program, with a companion app for off-line use, is designed to meet the requirements of the Vascular Surgery Board of the American Board of Surgery for continuing medical education and Maintenance of Certification self-assessment credits.
It is intended for surgeons preparing for qualifying, certification and recertification exams in vascular surgery; residents and fellows preparing for their exams; and vascular health professionals who want to stay current with the specialty.
Greg Modrall, MD, and Amy Reed, MD, are once again editors-in-chief of the online program, as they were for VESAP4.
All content has been reviewed and updated as necessary, and the vascular lab section has been expanded considerably.
As in prior editions, VESAP5 will contain 10 modules and more than 500 review questions. Each question includes detailed discussions and references.
The program offers both learning and examination modes and the ability, in examination mode, to earn both CME credits and MOC self- assessment credits.
Pricing is not final. Buyers will be able to purchase the entire package or just the vascular lab module. For more information, see vsweb.org/VESAP.
The fourth edition of VESAP will expire July 31 and no CME credits for it will be awarded after that date. However, after the July 31 deadline, current VESAP4 users will be able obtain CME certificates for modules successfully completed; log in to
the VESAP4 application and choose “print certificate” from the Toolbox Tab. Contact SVS at [email protected] with questions.