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The Member's Education Program continues with more time for Q&A and discussions with the presenters and participants. All Guest Webinars qualify for CME/MOC credits or Certificates of Attendance.
Complex Lymphatic Anomalies. One topic from two aspects, giving more time to explore key topics in depth.
Hear from David Roche CM, Inspirational Humorist about life with Vascular Anomalies
Guest webinars are recorded and available in the video library in the Members Private Pages in the VAC-AVC website. *We are unable to record Difficult Case Rounds.
VAC-AVC's first step in the journey to creating the Canadian meeting place about Vascular Anomalies. It will also help us to involve patients, their families and caregivers more directly in our work. Empowering these groups will always be a major ambition for VAC-AVC.
We are working to strengthen care and support for vascular anomalies. The Support and Advocacy page in the 'About VAC' menu lets you know ways to take part.
Please click the button to complete the application form.
We will write to you to confirm your acceptance and request your Membership Fee.
This is available to all physicians (including residents and fellows) who practice or have an interest in vascular anomalies. Physician Members shall be in practice in Canada or retired from practice in Canada.
This is available to all physicians (including residents and fellows) who are currently training in or have an interest in vascular anomalies. Physician-in-Training Members shall be in training in Canada.
This is available to nurses, scientists, rehabilitation therapists, imaging technologists and all other non-physician healthcare professionals involved or having an interest in vascular anomalies. Members shall be working in Canada or retired from work in Canada.
This is available to students (nursing, science, imaging technology, rehabilitation therapy and medical students) currently attending a Canadian educational institution or awaiting job opportunities.