February 29, 2008 - March 1, 2008
The Phlebology Review Course (PRC) is a new educational offering from the American College of Phlebolgy, an international leader in education for venous diseases. The PRC is a comprehensive two-day lecture series reviewing the essentials of venous disease and its care. The course is provided by experienced phlebologists from several different primary disciplines who have distinguished themselves as outstanding educators.
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Ratings and Reviews
Average Rating: (10 Reviews)
most of the presenters were fast pace hard to keep up with the slides,also there is some repitions througout the course,may be because it is the first time this course is given.
- mazin khateeb (May 6, 2008)
VERY fast paced! Some presentations were excellent. Others were impossible to understand (coagulation). It would be useful if all the speakers develop a set of Board questions and a section of the course is dedicated to discussing them. A practice test would be useful as well. Overall it was a good course to start preparing for the exam. Dr. Nguyen's presentation was excellent.
- mario kapusta (March 11, 2008)
Most of the presentations were clear and concise. Dr. Fan's material was good but moved through the slides too quickly. Dr. Nguyen's presentations were great and his use of sample questions was very helpful and I believe should be a model for future presentations. Consider pre and post practice questions next time. Sessions on coagulation, lypmphatic system, and wound healing on Friday late afternoon and Saturday AM were uniformly poor.
- phillip hertzman (March 7, 2008)
Meeting site room too small
- george zumbro, MD (March 4, 2008)
Overall very good. Pace was too fast in some areas and Coagulation topics not well covered. It will be better when the speakers know more clearly what is on the test and can focus on the most important topics rather than a little bit about many topics.
- James Johnson (March 2, 2008)
Principles of Visual Compression Sclerotherapy (ST)
Normal Venous Histology, Anatomy and Embryology
Coagulation Defects: Primary and Secondary
DVT Prophylaxis Guidelines for Venous and Non-Venous Surgery