The NCVH Fellows Course “Complex Strategies in Peripheral Interventions” is an opportunity for fellows in their final two years of interventional cardiology, interventional radiology or vascular surgery to learn from world-renowned faculty members and masters in the field of peripheral interventions. Learning methods include didactic lectures along with hands-on and simulation training followed by three days of live case demonstrations and intense rapid fire educational lectures at the New Cardiovascular Horizons Annual Conference.
For more details on scholarship guidelines and travel policies, click here. Registration is limited to 100 participants. Applications accepted first come, first served for qualified candidates until registration is full.
- Didactic lectures by masters in the field of peripheral interventions
- Faculty members from interventional cardiology, interventional radiology and vascular surgery
- Rotating hands-on workshops with simulator, 3-D models and product demonstrations interspersed during didactic lectures
- “Ask the Experts” one-on-one question and answer session with course faculty members
Four hours of comprehensive hands-on training at the beautiful 20,000 square foot Isidore Cohn, Jr., MD Learning Center at the LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine campus, located just blocks from The Roosevelt Hotel.This added experience will include world-class faculty from LSU featuring a cadaver lab for ultrasound pedal and popliteal access and simulation training for AAA, SFA, renal and carotid interventions.
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