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Two clinical leads appointed to head up GIRFT’s vascular surgery workstream

Two new clinical leads have been appointed by NHS England’s Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) to work closely with VSGBI to review current provision of services in England and move forward... Read More

NIHR funded PLACEMENT trial

​ The link below provides a short video on the NIHR funded PLACEMENT trial, which was developed in collaboration with the amputation... Read More

Expressions of interest for VSGBI Carotid special interest group (SIG) lead

The VSGBI is looking to appoint a lead for the carotid disease SIG. The SIG leads have responsibility for supporting the development of new research and supporting trial delivery. If you are... Read More

SAS / LED Representative for the Vascular Society Required

Applications are invited for the position of SAS/LED Reresentative for the Vascular Society. This is a joint post with Ibrahim Enemosah who will remain in post until the 2024 Annual Scientific... Read More

Vascular Society Council Response to Sexual Misconduct in Surgery Report

The Vascular Society Council would like to express our revulsion and sadness about the results of the commissioned working party report on sexual misconduct in surgery. The workplace must be a... Read More

A message from the Circulation Foundation to all members of the Vascular Society

The Circulation Foundation would be grateful if you could support them by raising awareness of the work they do by using TEAMS and Zoom backgrounds where necessary.  There is also flyer... Read More

Council member elections 2023

There will be three vacancies arising on the Council of the Vascular Society at the close of the AGM in November 2023 as current Council members complete their terms of office.  We would... Read More

Venous Forum Pump Priming Grant Competition

At this year’s VSASM 2023, the Venous Special Interest Group (SIG) in conjunction with the RSM, are offering an incredible opportunity for the chance to win £3k funding to support a... Read More

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