The British Society of Endovascular Therapy (BSET) promotes scientific research, education and training in endovascular treatment and procedures for the advancement of health and public benefit. The Society is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO), and holds an annual meeting at which trainees are able to present the latest endovascular research.

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Annual Meeting

The 2024 BSET Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday 27th June and Friday 28th June

The meeting provides a major forum for the presentation of research into endovascular therapy, and attracts nearly 200 consultants, trainees and industry delegates.  Its unique informal format encourages high level discussion and participation and an opportunity for networking between consultants and trainees.

The meeting is held at Tortworth Court Hotel, Wotton-under-Edge, South Gloucestershire, commencing at 9am on Thursday 27th June and finishing on Friday 28th June at 2pm.  The registration fee includes tea/coffee and lunch on both days, evening dinner and overnight accommodation on Thursday 27th June, and breakfast on Friday 28th June.

10 hours CPD has been awarded by the RCSEd




The National Vascular Training Day takes place on Wednesday 26th June.   

The Training Day is now full.





Congratulation to the successful candidates who have been awarded BSET Fellowships for 2024:


Ellie Atkins from the East of England Deanery has been awarded the Endovascular Training Fellowship

Mohammed Chowdhury, Post CCT Fellow at University of Cambridge, has been awarded a Travel Fellowship and will undertake this in Munich focusing on complex peripheral angioplasty and complex endovascular aortic work, as well as looking at the technique of imaging for patients with lower limb arterial disease.

Colin Primrose, IR trainee, Glasgow has been awarded a Travel Fellowship, and will undertake this in Florence, Italy focusing on advanced management techniques for chronic limb ischemia and complex endovascular aneurysm repairs.