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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

SIR 2016 Vancouver: Early Career Section "Exploring IR" Session


Seeking questions for the "In Your Experience" Panel


During the 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting in Vancouver, BC, the Early Career Section will be hosting the several meetings and events focused on addressing the needs and interests of young professionals. One of these meetings is a session in SIR targeted toward Interventionalists early on in their career.

The "In Your Experience" Panel will feature panelists that have extensive experience in both the private practice setting and academics. They will be giving answers to questions provided by YOU. Did you ever wonder how they managed to maintain a strong presence in the PVD space without alienating their vascular surgery colleagues? How did they maintain a close relationship with diagnostic radiology during years that their interventional practice was not profitable? What would they be worried about if they were just starting their career?

Exploring IR

Saturday, April 2, 2016
3:30- 5:30 pm

· Participating in Clinical Research – Wael Saad, MD, FSIR
· Developing & Maintaining a Referral Base – Elizabeth B. Spencer MD, FSIR
· Dealing with Complications and malpractice – John Cardella, MD, FSIR
· Business of Medicine – What you need to know as an early IR – Katherine Krol, MD, FSIR
· Transitioning from MSC to RFS and ECS – Geogy Vatakencherry, MD
· Value SIR offers young IR’s - Alan Matsumoto, MD, FSIR

“In Your Experience” Expert Panel

Panelists:

· Bayne Selby, MD
· Parag Patel, MD, FSIR
· Keith Sterling, MD, FSIR
· James Benenati, MD, FSIR
· Anne Roberts, MD, FSIR

This is your chance to ask the tough questions to a group of well-respected interventional radiologists. Anytime between now and March 25th , submit any questions toccouture@sirweb.org and come to the session to hear the answers by our expert panel.

2 comments:

  1. great article. i also saw good article on one finnish site. and they had good Headset

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