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Conferences - Vascular Surgery at MedStar Washington

Conferences at MedStar Washington Hospital Center

  • Department of Surgery Morbidity and Mortality
    • Presented to entire Department of Surgery on the third Tuesday of the month
    • Selected cases with evaluation of case and related literature
  • Combined Vascular conference
    • Fellow's Conference
      • First, third, and fourth Thursday of the month
      • Various topics related to vascular surgery and vascular disease presented by Attendings and fellows
  • Pre-op, Morbidity and Mortality research conference
    • Immediately following Fellow's conference
    • Research conference once monthly, presented by research staff
    • Weekly Pre-op cases presented by fellow and residents on the vascular team with emphasis on disease process, preoperative planning and operative approach
    • Monthly Vascular Morbidity and Mortality presentations to the vascular department, with evaluation of the case and review of the relevant literature

Conferences at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

  • Tuesday morning Service Report
    • Review of previous week's cases with oral board style question/answer
    • Presentation of all vascular morbidity and mortality, with thorough evaluation of case and review of relevant literature
  • Limb Salvage conference
    • First Wednesday of the month
      • Combined with the Limb Salvage Service
      • Review of interesting, recent and/or upcoming patients with limb salvage concerns
      • Review of related literature
  • Endovascular Case conference
    • Friday mornings, twice monthly
      • Attended by vascular and interventional radiology departments
      • Presentation of interesting endovascular cases done by either vascular or IR

Conferences at Veterans Administration Medical Center

  • Monday morning Vascular conference ?
  • Case presentations by students, residents, and fellows with review of current literature and treatment
  • Monday morning Morbidity and Mortality and Service Report
  • Review of selected cases from the previous week as well as presentation of morbidity and mortality from the Department of Surgery