At this time, it is the Society's plan to move forward with an in-person Annual Meeting this October 15-17, 2021 at the beautiful Cliff House in Cape Neddick, Maine. With that said, the safety of our members and attendees is of the utmost importance, so we will continue to monitor the ever-changing pandemic closely and will communicate any updates as decisions are made by the Executive Council.
The NESVS Annual Meeting is designed to provide 2.5 days of comprehensive education for the benefit of those involved in the study, treatment and cure of vascular disease.
This year’s half-day NESVS Postgraduate Course will provide an overview on the techniques and management of critical limb ischemia. The course brings together a diverse group of experts from across New England and outside our region to deliver high-yield, interactive talks with sufficient time for participant discussion and questions.
The 2021 Postgraduate Course will take place on Friday, October 15, 2021 from 8:00 am – 12:30 pm and will include a continental breakfast for registrants.
Please join us for this provocative and informative morning at the upcoming NESVS meeting at the Cliff House, ME. Additional CME credits will be available for participation in this course.
The New England Society for Vascular Surgery is conducting its first in-person Allied Health Program. Lectures and case presentations covering a variety of topics from carotid disease to limb ischemia and everything in between will be discussed including medical, endovascular and open surgical approaches.
The 2021 Allied Health Program will take place on Friday, October 15, 2021 from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and will include continental breakfast for registrants.
Additional credits will be available for this course.
Registration for the 2021 Annual Meeting is now open. To minimize crowds onsite at the NESVS registration desk, we ask that all individuals pre-register for the Annual Meeting. All registrations must be made by Friday, October 1, 2021. There will be no onsite registrations this year.
NOTE: When registering, you must use the email address on file with the Society.
|NESVS Member (Active & Senior)||$325|
|NESVS Associate Member||$125|
|NESVS Candidate Member||$50|
|Non-Member (Guest Physician)||$425|
|Allied Health Professional||$225|
|Medical Student (Note Required from Program Director)||$0|
|2021 Postgraduate Course||$100|
|2021 Postgraduate Course (Fellows & Residents)||$50|
|2021 Allied Health Program||$50|
The NESVS abstract submission site is now closed. If you successfully submitted an abstract by the posted deadline, notification will be sent to authors late April/early May via email to the primary contact.
In an ongoing effort to support medical students and general surgery residents looking to explore vascular surgery as a specialty, the New England Society for Vascular Surgery is offering scholarships to encourage attendance at the 2021 Annual Meeting and help off-set travel expenses. Scholarships will be awarded to 20 individuals on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please Note: Slots typically fill prior to the posted deadline, so be sure to get your application in early.
Eligibility: Medical students (PGY 1-4) and general surgery residents (PGY 1-5) attending an accredited program in one of the six New England states are eligible for sponsorship. Fellows are not eligible.
Applications are due Wednesday, July 7, 2021 (although slots may fill prior to the posted deadline).
The 2021 Annual Meeting of the New England Society for Vascular Surgery will take place at the Cliff House in Cape Neddick, Maine. The Cliff House is one of the most captivating oceanfront destinations of its kind. Set on the edge of the Atlantic on the rocky coast of southern Maine with year round activities, the Cliff House offers panoramic ocean and coastal views and is just an hour north of Boston.
On behalf of meeting attendees, the NESVS has secured a group rate of $313/night over the dates of the meeting. The NESVS room rate is subject to applicable state and local taxes, as well as a resort fee of $22/night. Reservations must be made by Friday, September 10, 2021 to guarantee the group rate. After this deadline, or if the NESVS block of rooms sells out prior to the posted deadline, availability and rates cannot be guaranteed.
To reserve a room, use the link above or call the Cliff House directly at 855-210-6901. Be sure to mention the New England Society for Vascular Surgery (NESVS) when making your reservation in order to receive the group rate.
NOTE: Additional rooms have been added to the NESVS block for Thursday at a rate of $429/night.
The New England Society for Vascular Surgery offers many opportunities to be directly involved in the 2021 Annual Meeting. Get valuable exposure for your company or organization by supporting the NESVS in one of the ways outlined in the 2021 prospectus.
Download 2021 Prospectus & Application
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All applications must be received by Wednesday, September 15, 2021. Space will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis after the application deadline.
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The Deterling and Darling Awards are presented annually in recognition of an outstanding original paper presented by a fellow, resident or medical student at the Society’s Annual Meeting. To view the list of recipients over the years, click here.
The Deterling Award is named in honor of Ralph A. Deterling, Jr., MD (1917-1992), the second president of the NESVS.
The Darling Away is named in honor of R. Clement Darling, Jr., MD (1927-1999), a founding member and eighth president of the NESVS.
The New England Society for Vascular Surgery prides itself on inviting renowned and distinguished speakers from across the U.S. and abroad to share their knowledge and expertise with members and guests. These lectures are often the highlight of the Annual Meeting each fall.
The Presidential Address for the 2020 Annual Meeting of the New England Society for Vascular Surgery was given this September by Dr. Marc Schermerhorn (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center). The year 2020 has been marked by many forces changing society, from the pandemic to politics - but none of these forces are as important as the new awareness of racism and the systemic perverse effects of racism in our society. Dr. Schermerhorn gives us a new look at racism and how it is deeply imbedded within our culture, forcing all of us to address it now. This NESVS Presidential Address speaks for us all.
View the 2020 Presidential Address
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