The Society for Vascular Technology (SVT) was formed in 1992 to advance non-invasive vascular diagnostic services by promoting training and research in Vascular Technology and to disseminate the results of such research for the benefit of the public. Each year has seen the SVT go from strength to strength and our membership has grown to over 400. There have been some notable achievements along the way; read more >>
In bringing together all those engaged in providing vascular laboratory services, the SVT now functions as the national scientific and educational society for Clinical Vascular Scientists working in Great Britain and Ireland.
Key membership benefits
News and events
Haemodialysis Access Course
A course on Haemodialysis Access is being run on the 14th May 2014 in Oxford by Impact Diagnostics.
Popliteal Entrapment Survey Report
Laura Divine from Kings College was awarded a Circulation Foundation Grant in 2012 to study how popliteal entrapment syndrome is investigated. The final report on her study is now available
NEW Professional Performance guideline
A guideline for Duplex Ultrasound Examination Prior to Native Arterio-Venous Fistula Formation in the upper arm has been added to the guidelines available on the professional issues page.
Interested in going through STP equivalence? -Let the AHCS know
If you are considering Equivalence at STP level (and are NOT currently on a Modernising Scientific Careers STP programme) then please fill in the quick Expression of Interest form on the Equilvalence page of the AHCS website.See link below.
Read more: http://www.ahcs.ac.uk/equivalence/
Venous Forum Annual Spring meeting -23rd -24th April RSM London
Registration now open. Early Bird Registration fee for Vascular Scientists £50/1 day, £90/2 days if you register before 26th March 2014
Read more: http://www.rsm.ac.uk/academ/vee02.php
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