Preliminary Agenda Announced for 2nd International Veins Meeting

The conference, taking place at 30 Euston Square, London in March 2018, will provide significant insight into venous disease, male and female pelvic congestion syndrome and leg ulcers. Held over 3 days, the main stream will concentrate on one subject at a time, including thermal ablation, non-thermal ablation, pelvic vein embolisation, perforator vein disease and […]

Early Bird Registration now open for the 2nd International Veins Meeting!

Following on from a hugely successful 1st year we are very proud to be announcing the launch of The College of Phlebology’s 2nd International Veins Meeting. The College of Phlebology conference will focus on one subject at a time and take it from basic understanding through to the latest advances, and show how this works […]

The 1st International Veins Meeting comes to an end, but save the date for next year!

The College of Phlebology 1st International Veins Meeting came to a close after three full days and certainly provided delegates with the opportunity to ‘learn, understand, watch and ask’. Delegates who visited the Auditorium on the third and final day had the opportunity to watch four patient cases transmitted live from a clinic in Bond […]

Live streaming in the Auditorium from ClariVein® at The International Veins Meeting

The first live streaming session of the day was bought to the auditorium by the conference main sponsor ClariVein® Gabriele Bertoni provided delegates with a summary of the 60 year male  patient and then handed over to Professor Mark Whiteley who was waiting to start the procedure at The Whiteley Clinic in Bond Street. […]

Third and final day at the 1st International Veins Meeting – Morning review

The third and final day at the College of Phlebology 1st International Veins Meeting started with a full crowd in the Science, Practical and Aesthetics Lecture Theatre. Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Gabriele Bertoni, chaired the first session with the focus being on facial, thread and reticular veins. The session included two presentations from Professor Mark Whiteley […]