The American Venous Forum (AVF) is dedicated to improving the care of patients with venous and lymphatic disease.
Founded in 1987, AVF fosters cutting edge research and clinical innovation and educates health care professionals, patients and policy makers about venous and lymphatic diseases.
AVF’s leadership and membership are recognized internationally as thought leaders, expert investigators and clinicians in venous and lymphatic health care.
The objective of this comprehensive meeting is to provide attendees with knowledge of current thinking in effective clinical management of venous disease and insight into the future directions from critical analysis of investigative findings.
2018 Day of Innovation and Science
The 2018 event will be hosted on Tuesday, February 20, and attendance is a separate fee. The Day of Innovation and Science is an all-inclusive forum for scientific exchange aimed on defining current research priorities in the area of Venous and Lymphatic Diseases.
Projected attendance for the 30th Annual Meeting includes more than 600 general surgeons, vascular surgeons, interventional radiologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other medical professionals who specialize in venous disease.
• Symposium listed in Final Program
• Company name and logo on signage during the session
• Three additional company representative badges
The American Venous Forum (AVF) was established in 1987 as a non-profit medical society to improve the care of patients with venous and lymphatic disorders. The mission of the AVF is to save and improve lives by reducing venous and lymphatic disease through education, innovative research and advocacy, and to empower venous specialists to be the best in the world in assessing and treating venous disease.