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EARN FIVE FREE CREDITS - come check us out

July 24 2013 by Izzy Ramaswamy

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This association is looking forward to building long term relationships with all professionals related to the practices of vascular and interventional radiology. We are dedicated to serving this community by providing education and communication forums, both live and media based. We hope to encourage participation so we may come together on important issues and unify our voices accordingly. To that end we have recently sent out nearly fourteen thousand postcards to our colleagues out in the field to create awareness. We still need your help to get the word out so please let your local friends and colleagues know about this. Send out group emails if you can and forward this link around.

We are providing these free credits to show you the quality of the lectures we provide to you at our annual meeting. These and many others were recorded this year in New Orleans. We thank all the physicians and colleagues who participated in making that a success.

To our New Guests: We hope that you will consider joining at the end of the trial because you will also get access to directed readings and webinars each approved for CE credits. And hook up with us at our social media outlets and we will keep you posted on what is going on around the world as it relates to our profession. We look forward to serving you this year and for years to come.

To Take advantage all you need to do is: sign up as a guest member => watch the video => take the quiz => and print your credits. Its that easy, but we hope you will stick around after for a while.

To our existing members: You are also welcome to these educational opportunities, you are eligible if you did not already receive these credits at our 2013 annual meeting in New Orleans.


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