The RCSEd vascular webinar series is a collaboration between the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Vascular Society for Great Britain and Ireland.
The series will begin by addressing what the specialty involves and how it has developed to specifically engage those who are in medical schools or are in their early years of post-graduate training who often have little exposure to our specialty. The remainder of the series seeks to ask experienced vascular surgeons to address areas of vascular surgery that are clinically challenging and provide dilemmas in decision making. We hope they will appeal to a wide range of vascular specialty trainees and consultants.
|Management of acute limb ischaemia (open and endovascular)||9th February 2021|
|Challenges and Solutions for open aortic surgery||12th January 2021|
|Limits of Endovascular repair; when should we consider complex EVAR and the limits of IFU||8th December 2020|
|Lower limb reconstruction for chronic limb threatening ischaemia, endovascular or bypass||10th November 2020|
|Surgical and conservative management of the diabetic foot, orthotics and off-loading||13th October 2020|
|Thoracic Outlet Syndrome - Diagnostic challenges||8th September 2020|
|What is vascular surgery and why should I choose it as a career?||14th July 2020|
The archived webinar recordings are a RCSEd member benefit resource for all Fellows, Members and Affiliates.
Please contact the e-learning team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any issues accessing these resources.