Welcome to SVS ONLINE: New Discoveries and Advances in Vascular Surgery OnDemand!
View, listen and/or download post-live and pre-recorded lectures from this summer’s virtual event, complete session evaluations and earn CME credit.
SVS ONLINE - Optimizing Novel Learning In a New Environment - took place June 20-July 2, 2020. Occurring in a virtual setting, the event transitioned certain educational content into an online environment that was scheduled for this year's Vascular Annual Meeting, canceled in early spring. Comprised of science-based and invited programming, selected content is now available on an OnDemand basis, allowing attendees to earn credit. (Note: credit claimed during the live webinars are not available for OnDemand credit.)
Click on the left-side navigation link “OnDemand”, from which a pop-out will appear; click on “CME Program”.
Scroll through the schedule to find the respective course. (You may also search by faculty by clicking on “Authors and Invited Faculty”.) Click on it, and a session summary pop-up will appear.
Scroll down to the presentation list and click on a lecture. Upon opening, click on “Slides” or “Slides and Audio” next to the presenter’s name to view content in that medium. Video-based lectures will be indicated by a "Video" button in the lower right corner. Discussions that occurred live can be viewed via the "Discussion" button, also in the lower right corner. (Note: VQI programming offers handouts.)
I viewed content; how do I earn/claim credit? After watching all the audio-synced lectures in a given session, visit this portal to complete the appropriate session evaluations. Certificates for OnDemand credit can then be generated. The deadline for viewing of content and claiming of credit is October 31, 2020.
I don’t remember my vascular.org credentials; what should I do? Visit https://vascular.org/forgot.
I’m not an SVS member, and/or I do not have a profile on record; what is my next step? A guest account will need to be created first at https://vascular.org/create-account.
I have additional questions; who should I contact? Visit the “FAQs” page along the left-side panel of this website for more information.