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2015 Annual Scientific Meeting - ATLANTA

January 16 2015 by Izzy Ramaswamy

Join us in ATLANTA - Registration is OPEN

The current weather in Atlanta, GA is sunny and in the high 50’s!!! Imagine what it will be in FOURTY-ONE DAYS when our 2015 Annual Meeting commences!!! What topics and presenters are you excited for?!!! Is it Dr. Alex Berenstein with Neuro IR & Stroke? Or does Women’s Health and Issues interest you? Boston Children’s Hospital’s Gulraiz Chaudry will present Extreme Vascular Malformation’s and back by popular demand the hilarious Dr. Seyan Senlar will present Extreme IR. Don’t forget our combined day with our nursing colleagues where you will obtain your Radiation Protection credit. You don’t want to miss out on the MGH Simulation Team presenting Emergency Reactions and IR Simulation. If  you are studying for your VI Boards and are looking for a fantastic review? Well our VI Review with our President-Elect Alisha Hawrylack will give you everything you need to know for the big day! And head on over to the vendor exhibit hall for a chance to win a fabulous prize at the end of the week and keep get up to minute updates with our brand new AVIR App! Please join us and our nursing colleagues from ARIN on Sunday evening for our 2015 soiree and take in 360 degree views of the Atlanta skyline at Ventanas.

We hope to see you there!



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VI Workshop in DC - Tell us what you thought

January 14 2015 by Izzy Ramaswamy

On behalf of the AVIR, we would like to thank you for the opportunity to spend a weekend with you in D.C.

The time we had to meet, talk, and learn from each of you was invaluable to us.  As the AVIR continues its partnership with you, it is our goal to continue to provide you with unique and relevant educational workshops and conferences.

Your honest feedback will help to shape those educational offerings to ensure we are providing you with what you need in your continued pursuit of higher education. With that in mind, please take a few minutes to tell us what you thought

Thank you for the opportunity to participate in your professional development, and we look forward to hearing from you.

Alisha Hawrylack

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