Last week, the College of Phlebology held it’s 1st International Veins Meeting in London. Held over 3 days, delegates from over 30 countries came to share the latest research findings into vein conditions and treatments.
Live cases were performed at The Whiteley Clinic in London and were beamed to the auditorium at 30 Euston Square. Here, delegates were able to watch the lives cases and ask questions throughout the procedures.
Throughout the 3 days, the lives cases featured included:
In addition to the live cases, 2 parallel streams were held.
The first was the science and technology stream, where members of The Whiteley Clinic presented their scientific research and listened to research from other vein research units from around the world.
The second was the Leg Ulcer stream, where The Leg Ulcer Charity combined with The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation to have a meeting of 3 days about leg ulcers and how best to assess, treat and often cure them.
The meeting was a huge success and there has been overwhelmingly positive feedback.
Hence, the orgainsers have already announced the date of the College of Phlebology International Veins Meeting 2018 – 14-16 March 2018.