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The College of Phlebology President to attend The 1st Kazakhstan Venous Forum!

Professor Mark Whiteley President of The College of Phlebology, has gladly accepted an invitation to speak at, the Kazakhstan Venous Forum (KVF) later this month.  He will be supported by members of The Whiteley Clinic team, Dr David Beckett and Judy Holdstock. The KVF takes place on May 18th to the 19th in Almaty and […]

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Professor Whiteley to present at The 18th Annual Leg Club Conference in Worcester on 26th & 27th September 2018

As an associate organisation of the Leg Club Foundation we are delighted to announce that Professor Mark Whiteley will be joining a host of expert wound care professionals at The 18th Annual Leg Club Conference in Worcester on 26th & 27th September 2018 for an exciting two day conference and exhibition for all practitioners involved […]

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Thursday evening at The International Veins Meeting 2018: The Awards Ceremony

As day two of the International Veins Meeting in London drew to a close, the awards ceremony took centre stage for the first time in The College of Phlebology’s conference history. Here, venous experts from all over the world were recognised for their research into treating endovenous conditions, as well as for their dedication towards […]

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The Latest Treatments For Leg Veins Revealed At The 2018 International Veins Meeting

Research techniques and treatments for leg veins are advancing at an unpresented rate, so it’s no surprise that this topic formed a significant focus at this year’s annual International Veins Meeting. Throughout the three day conference, a spotlight was placed on four of our incredible title sponsors and the latest innovations to treat leg veins […]

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Recap: Day Two Of The International Veins Meeting – Pelvic Veins

The second day of the International Veins Meeting saw some fascinating lectures and live sessions take place across the Auditorium, Leg Ulcer Charity Room and Science Lecture Rooms – with a particular focus on pelvic veins. Attendees were eased into the day with a series of keynote lectures discussing Pelvic Congestion Syndrome (PCS) from both […]

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Spotlight on… ‘Mr Veins’, Sergio Gianesini

The College of Phlebology is delighted to be joined at the 2018 International Veins Meeting by Professor Sergio Gianesini – Clinical Lecturer in Cardiovascular Surgery at the University of Ferrara in Italy. It’s safe to say that Professor Gianesini has had an illustrious career so far – resulting in him gaining the nickname, ‘Mr Veins’. […]

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Recap: Day One Of The International Veins Meeting – Leg Ulcers

The College of Phlebology’s 2nd annual International Veins Meeting got off to a flying start today, led by a group of the world’s leading venous experts, practitioners, and researchers. Through a series of presentations, live sessions, and workshops, attendees were given the opportunity to learn, understand, watch and ask about a variety of venous-related conditions, […]

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Spotlight on… Dr Seshadri Raju

The College of Phlebology is delighted to be joined at the 2018 International Veins Meeting by Vascular Surgeon, Dr Seshadri Raju from the Rane Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Dr Raju is a leading specialist in venous and lymphatic diseases, and has been widely recognised for his work on hemodynamics, diagnosis, and treatment for venous disease. […]

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CoP President Professor Mark Whiteley, welcomes Delegates and Faculty members to the 2nd International Veins Meeting

With just a couple days to go, I am delighted to be welcoming our Faculty, Speakers and Delegates to what we hope will be a fascinating three days of Phlebology. The study of venous diseases (Phlebology), used to be thought of as mainly “just varicose veins and thread veins”. However, over the last two to […]