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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BSET News

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

The National Vascular Training Day will be held on Wednesday 26th June.

The meeting will be held at Tortworth Court Hotel, South Gloucestershire.

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BSET Fellowship programme 2024

We will shortly be advertising our Fellowship programme for 2024

 

Endovascular Training Fellowship  

One six month Endovascular Training post will be available for a vascular or interventional radiology trainee to provide an opportunity to acquire new or more complex endovascular skills to be spent in a vascular unit within the UK.

Endovascular Travel Fellowship

The BSET Travel Fellowship, up to the value of £5,000, is available to Specialist Registrars towards the end of higher surgical training or Consultants up to two years post CCT at the closing date for this application. The Fellowship is intended to enable the successful candidate to fund a visit to a unit with recognised expertise of interest to broaden their education and training in endovascular therapy. 

What’s New?

The 2023 BSET Endovascular Training Fellowship has been awarded to Anisha Perera.   Anisha will undertake the six month fellowship at St George's Hospital in London

Two BSET Travel Fellowships have been awarded for 2023 to Ummul Contractor of Cardiff Hospital, and Jamie Kelly at St George's Hospital.   The details of their planned fellowships can be viewed here