As an exhibitor you will be able to:
- Network. Build lasting relationships with both attendees and faculty
- Educate and train. Meetings feature exhibits and hands-on workshops, helping your message and your products get into the hands of physicians.
- Learn. Hear from your customers, gain insight from meeting attendees and faculty.
- Identify. SIR meetings help you meet the motivated learners in a treatment area, building and strengthening your customer base.
Join 5,000+ members of the global interventional radiology community at SIR's Annual Scientific Meeting. The 2018 convention will be held March 17-22 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. As an exhibitor in the Expo, you will experience a truly unique opportunity to share your company's latest information, critical devices, innovative techniques and best practices while networking with interventional radiology professionals.
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With interventional oncology as the most rapidly changing domain of IR, this course is dedicated to Y-90 treatment of hepatic malignancies. Industry partners demonstrate their products to 150 motivated IR learners and faculty experts in an intimate environment, with excellent hands-on training opportunities.
Details on exhibiting and supporting Y-90 2018 are here.
A robust program for IR fellows at the culmination of their fellowship year. Top IR faculty deliver dynamic lectures, case studies and hands-on interaction in peripheral arterial disease and interventional oncology. Industry engagement with exhibits and hands-on workshops bring the IR community together.
Details on FSP 2018 coming soon.
ACTiVE is designed specifically to address the IR’s need for a state-of-the-art, data-driven approach to VTE. Over the course of two days, the management of pulmonary embolism (PE), deep venous thrombosis (DVT), and IVC filters will be covered through a combination of didactic lectures, expert case-based panel discussions, and workshops. Participants will also benefit from interactive “How-I-Do-It” sessions and hands-on opportunities with technologies critical to successfully managing patients with PE, DVT, and difficult-to-retrieve IVC filters. All didactic lectures will be offered with SA-CME credit.
Details on 2018's ACTiVE to be announced.