Prof Mark Whiteley is delighted to be the European College of Phlebology Course Director for PCS – Pelvic Congestion Syndrome.
The European College of Phlebology (ECOP) is running an e-learning course this year.
The course covers all aspects of Phlebology (the study of venous disease). Experts from around the world have been invited to be course directors of specific areas.
Pelvic congestion syndrome has only started to be covered in the mainstream media in recent months.
Now that the venous world is becoming more interested in pelvic congestion syndrome, it is included in the e-learning course of the European College of Phlebology.
Because of his expertise in this condition, Prof Mark Whiteley has been made course director for PCS.
This role entails Prof Whiteley circulating his choice of 20 research papers, giving a lecture via Zoom, answering questions in a separate session, followed by setting a multiple-choice examination.
Mark Whiteley has been recognised in a recent peer-reviewed paper as the U.K.’s leading researcher into PCS. Furthermore, the same people pointed out that his work has substantially contributed to the whole world’s knowledge of pelvic congestion syndrome.
To try and inform patients and healthcare professionals about pelvic congestion syndrome, Mark has written a book on the subject.
Written for the public as well as doctors and nurses, the book has many diagrams to explain exactly what PCS is, how it should be investigated and how it should be treated.
For more information about PCS please contact us.