Tuesday
SESSION 14: VASCULAR SURGERYíS GOVERNING BODIES, BOARDS, RESIDENCY REVIEW COMMITTEES, TRAINING, THE NEED FOR INDEPENDENCE AND BRANDING OF THE SPECIALTY
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
Moderators:James C. Stanley, MD / Kim J. Hodgson, MD  
SESSION 14 SCHEDULE
2:00 PM - 2:05 PM Vascular Surgery Is A Separate Independent Specialty In The UK And Most Of Europe: How Has The European Vascular Surgery Board Benefitted Patients And Vascular Surgeons
  Presenter(s):David McLain, FEBVS  
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2:06 PM - 2:11 PM Integrated Vascular Surgery Residencies (0+5 Programs): How Many Exist; How Are They Working; Why More Would Help: Should Vascular Surgery Be An Independent Specialty
  Presenter(s):Murray L. Shames, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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2:12 PM - 2:17 PM How To Remedy The Projected Shortage Of Vascular Surgeons In The US By Increasing The Number Of 0+5 Training Programs: Would An Independent Board Help
  Presenter(s):Andres Schanzer, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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2:18 PM - 2:23 PM Training The Vascular Surgery Workforce Of The Future: How Is It Changing: What Are The Challenges In Recruiting And Training So Vascular Surgery Can Thrive: Would Independent Specialty Status Help
  Presenter(s):William D. Jordan Jr., MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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2:24 PM - 2:29 PM Why An Independent Board And Residency Review Committee In Vascular Surgery (RRC-VS) Would Help The Specialty And Patients: What Is Wrong With The Status Quo
  Presenter(s):John F. Eidt, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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2:30 PM - 2:36 PM Panel Discussion
2:36 PM - 2:41 PM What Vascular Surgery Needs To Do To Thrive: We Need Better Branding: Being An Independent Specialty Would Help In Many Ways
  Presenter(s):Alan M. Dietzek, MD, RPVI, FACS  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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2:42 PM - 2:47 PM Why Vascular Surgery Needs An Independent ABMS Approved Board Now: How Can We Get There
  Presenter(s):Timur P. Sarac, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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2:48 PM - 2:53 PM Why Vascular Surgery Needs Separate Governing Bodies: A Group Practice Leaderís Perspective
  Presenter(s):Jeffrey H. Hsu, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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2:54 PM - 2:59 PM On The Path To Vascular Surgery Independence: The Role Of Independent Fellowships And The Urgent Need For An RRC-VS And An Independent Approved Board (ABVS): A Program Director And Division Chief's Perspective
  Presenter(s):Timothy M. Sullivan, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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3:00 PM - 3:05 PM The Need For Autonomy In Vascular Surgical Training: We Need An Autonomous Board And RRC: A Younger Vascular Surgery Program Directorís Perspective
  Presenter(s):Jean E. Starr, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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3:06 PM - 3:11 PM Why An Independent ABMS Approved Specialty Board Is Critically Important For The Branding Of Vascular Surgery And The Well Being Of Its Patients
  Presenter(s):Scott L. Stevens, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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3:12 PM - 3:17 PM Vascular Surgery Has Evolved Into A Specialty Separate And Distinct From General Surgery: It Should Now Have Its Own Separate Governing Bodies: Many Benefits Will Accrue
  Presenter(s):O. William Brown, MD, JD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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3:18 PM - 3:23 PM Dramatic Evolutionary Changes In Vascular Surgery Include: An Endovascular Focus In Most Treatments And Widespread Integrated Training Programs: Do These Changes Require That Governing And Credentialing Bodies Take A New Look At Independence For The Specialty
  Presenter(s):Bruce A. Perler, MD, MBA  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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3:24 PM - 3:38 PM Panel Discussion And Break
Visit Exhibits And Pavilions (2nd and 3rd Floors)
END OF SESSION 14
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