NEW: Step into the Spectrum of IR!
SIR 2013 will debut new afternoon sessions that will appeal to a variety of IR interests, practice settings and topics . . .
IR in the Trenches
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, will be to participate in this new session that covers the issues and challenges inherent to the community-based practice of IR from the front line environment. Get ready to learn from the best—experienced IRs who have more than a few tours of duty under their belts.
Developing the Academic IR
Newly enlisted in IR? This is where you will receive a crash course in teaching and research as well as mentorship. Perfect for those who have recently entered IR practice (or interested in working) in a university hospital setting.
SIR Global: Destination...Latin America
Time to travel to Latin America without buying a plane ticket! Learn about IR beyond our stateside borders and gain insight into the unique contributions that our colleagues in Latin America are making to interventional radiology. No need for a passport to attend this SIR Global session!
Meet the Professors
You don’t have to go through a long application process to spend time with IR experts, or as they are also known, “The Professors.” Just attend our “Meet the Professors” sessions. No large, vast lecture hall where you will get lost either. These small group sessions allow for a focused, intimate setting where you will interact directly with The Professors. Sessions are broken out by topic including interventional oncology, venous disease, peripheral arterial disease and reproductive embolization. (Requires pre-registration, limited seats available)
Industry Interactive Sessions*
Industry will host dynamic sessions showcasing the latest IR technologies and research. Topics will cover a wide range of IR therapies and may include valuable hands-on experiences. Click here for event schedule.
*The industry interactive sessions do not qualify for continuing medical education (CME). The industry interactive session content and the views expressed therein are those of the presenting corporate entity and not of SIR or SIR Foundation. The content is not part of the SIR Annual Scientific Meeting as approved by the Annual Scientific Meeting Committee.
Safety and Health Committee Cataract Study Project
Please plan to participate in the Cataract Study Project while you are in New Orleans.
- April 14-17, 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Room 398, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
- Contact Debbie Katsarelis by April 10 to schedule an appointment; walk-ins are accepted at the meeting during the times listed above.
Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI) Exam Prep
THIS COURSE REQUIRES PRE-REGISTRATION AND A SEPARATE REGISTRATION FEE
Friday, April 12 through Saturday, April 13
Click here for more information.