Cook partners with medical societies to provide opportunities to learn about cutting-edge research in the field, discuss real-world cases, and get your hands on Cook technology.
Join us at meetings and congresses throughout the country:
The Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery’s annual symposium offers didactic and hands-on workshops to general surgery residents. Event highlights include a Rising Seniors/Incoming Fellows Program sponsored by Cook and a Top Gun Competition that gives trainees the chance to showcase their skills.
Cook has partnered with Houston Methodist to provide first-year fellows and third- and fourth-year integrated residents with a three-day didactics skills course with vascular, cardiology, and cardiac tracks. Houston Methodist Bootcamp also offers the opportunity to get hands-on experience in an EndoWars™ competition.
New York City’s Big Apple Bootcamp is a two-day skills course that includes open simulation using cadavers and models, endovascular simulation, EVAR and TEVAR planning, arterial closure workshops, and hands-on device deployment. This workshop is designed to give first-year fellows and third- and fourth-year integrated residents hands-on experience.
UCLA and SVS have partnered to provide more than 300 fellows, residents, and young attendings from across the U.S. with three days of hands-on workshops that prepare trainees for their vascular board examinations.
The annual Society for Vascular Surgery meeting gives general surgery residents and medical students exposure to leading-edge academic research and provides opportunities to deploy a variety of devices at industry vendor booths.
The Vascular & Endovascular Surgery Society annual meeting offers hands-on workshops to fellows and integrated residents, including the VESS Fellows Program, a Vascular Technology Forum, and the Next Generation Student Mentor Program.
The Pacific Northwest Endovascular Conference includes a Fellows Summit as well as didactic, hands-on, and simulated learning to senior fellows and PGY-5 integrated residents. Leading experts in the field teach endovascular techniques for the management of PAD, aortic dissection, traumatic aortic transection, and ruptured AAA.
Fellows, integrated residents, and residents can get exposure to the latest innovations in surgical vascular technology in a didactic and simulated setting at the annual Eastern Vascular Society meeting. Highlights include a Radiation Safety Program, an opportunity to practice for oral boards, and a job fair.
The Western Vascular Society annual meeting provides didactic and hands-on workshops to fellows and integrated residents. A welcome reception connects trainees and experts in the field, and mock oral board preparation sessions allow for extra practice.
Looking for an opportunity to practice for oral board exams? The Southern Association for Vascular Surgery offers trainees in-person and virtual sessions, as well as exposure to techniques in vascular surgery.
Showcase your skills at the much-anticipated Fellowluminaries Competition each year at VEITH. Senior fellows and integrated residents have the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge, represent their program, and learn from peers.
Watch case presentations at dinner reception and participate in a round table with faculty and Cook experts to get hands-on experience with medical devices. Houston Methodist Finishing School offers graduating fellows and fifth year integrated residents a menu of modules to help round out their training.
An annual Cook-sponsored SynIRgy Dinner is a much-awaited event each year for integrated and independent residents-in-training and medical students, giving prospective interventionalists the opportunity to learn more about the history of Cook’s innovation in interventional medicine.
The Fellows Spring Practicum provides two and a half days of essential training to launch a career as an IR attending. The annual course prepares PGY-6 and PGY-7 integrated and independent IR residents for private practice or academia with training that may not have been covered extensively during IR residency.
The ISET annual meeting connects graduating trainees to the global endovascular community of interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons and interventional cardiologists who are pioneering endovascular education.
The CRT annual meeting serves as a forum to learn about new cardiovascular technology and interventional procedures in the field, with a special track for endovascular intervention. CRT also offers the opportunity to get hands-on experience in an EndoWars™ competition.
The New Cardiovascular Horizons annual meeting focuses on multidisciplinary cardiovascular care using endovascular techniques and preventing amputation with peripheral intervention. Hands-on educational opportunities for fellows include Cook’s EndoWars™ competition.
Trainees can get exposure to leading-edge research in vascular intervention and hands-on experience with a variety of medical devices at industry booths. Cook offers VISTA medical device training courses during the meeting to help you make the most of your time.
Learning ‘bailout’ techniques is an essential tool before beginning practice as an attending. MCVC provides fellows with a venue to review challenging cases of endovascular procedures with experts and discuss their management, early recognition, and prevention.
The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions offers Fellows Courses for fellows in training focusing on peripheral vascular disease. Expand clinical expertise with case presentations, a cadaveric leg presentation, and expert panel discussions.
Your Cook representative has seen hundreds, and in many instances, thousands, of cases, and can serve as a valuable resource. They can work with you to understand your educational goals, share upcoming Fellows Program opportunities, and help you prepare for potential product questions from your attendings.
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