The ISSVA "Debates & Updates" 2023 meeting offers the opportunity to industry partners to collaborate as a supporter of our 2023 meeting. ISSVA understands that industries play an important role in furthering ISSVA’s mission and improving the health of countless patients throughout the world.
Sponsorship opportunities were available through industry-supported non-CME educational sessions, marketing opportunities, exhibition booths, and more. Please learn more about ISSVA below for further details.
The International Society for the Study of Vascular Anomalies (ISSVA) is a multidisciplinary international society of physicians, scientists, and health care providers united by an interest in vascular anomalies. The Society aims to promote the highest standards of care for patients with vascular anomalies by advancing clinical and scientific knowledge concerning causes, diagnosis and treatment, and by education of physicians, health care providers, patients and the community. The Society encourages the free flow of information between its members and interested groups, through workshop meetings and teaching programs, and by the dissemination of a classification scheme and pertinent scientific data.
About the "Debates & Updates" Meeting
The "Debates & Updates" meeting will consist of lively panel discussions, case reviews and interaction with participants. This meeting was launched virtually in 2021 so we are pleased to invite you to attend our first hybrid (in-person and virtual) "Debates & Updates" meeting. This will be a highly interactive meeting and we strongly encourage audience participation (from both in-person and virtual attendees). You will listen to experts from multiple specialties and we hope you, our audience members, share your perspectives and opinions on how you would approach challenging situations and compelling cases.
Gold Sponsor: Pierre Fabre Non-CME Lunch Symposium
Thursday, 20 April: 12:00pm | Martha's Vineyard Room
Improving outcomes in IH, one (early) referral at a time
Transforming early management from "hands off" to electronic hand-off
David H. Darrow, M.D., D.D.S.
Co-Director, Hemangioma and Vascular Birthmarks Program
Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters
Eastern Virginia Medical School
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