Plan Your Education Experience at SIR 2015
SIR 2015 offers a comprehensive IR education experience with even more interactivity and hands-on learning than last year and unparalleled access to experts across the spectrum. With more than 400 scientific presentations and 250-plus hours of programming -- including an array of new workshop formats -- you can customize an experience based on the topics and session types that interest you most.
In these exciting feature sessions, conference attendees hear from the specialty's top thought leaders on major often controversial issues in interventional radiology. This year's plenary sessions will examine:
IR and Innovation
Debates and Controversies
Traditional categorical courses have been renamed to "In-the-classroom" sesisons. These sesssion will offer deep exploration of timely topics with "lessons learned" and case-based approaches.
In-the-clinic & In-the-lab Workshops
The 2015 workshop program has been revised and will now offer three distinct workshops to address each topic areas needs.
- In-the-clinic sessions, which will focus on consults and follow-up visits and will be cross-sectional imaging heavy
- In-the-lab sessions, will feature case-based teaching focus will be on procedure technique and pitfalls
In-the-clinic and In-the-lab sessions are practical “how I do it” sessions and will be strongly image-based. 2015 workshops will clearly define basic and advanced sessions to aid attendees in finding the right workshops for them!
Hands-on sessions will feature faculty proctor attendees on the use of devices. *Fee and pre-registration required
- Hands-on workshops will take place within SIR EXPO in newely designed learning labs!
Scientific sessions are the heart of SIR's annual scientific meeting. Each session features moderated, peer-reviewed abstract presentations grouped into related categories.
The symposium is a half-day learning experience that will focus on the timely clinical topics that constitute interventional radiology today. A symposia will kick off the meeting on Saturday: the Saturday symposium will cover morbidity and mortality.