The Venous section is now available on the Vascular App! If you don not already have the app, go to the home page and download the app. Instructions are available on the home page.
Society for Vascular Nursing 2020 Annual Conference will be held in Toronto, Ontario June 17-18, 2020 The abstract submission site will open October 23, 2019. Accepted abstracts will be notified in January. For further information and to submit an abstract, copy and paste the following link: https://www.abstractscorecard.com/cfp/submit/login.asp?EventKey=ZOSGORIW
Conference talks are now available for viewing. Click on the title to go to the download link. Kelowna_2019_talks
The membership form is now working. Please bear with us as we transition to a new system. Current members can still log into membership on the site. We will notify you when it has be moved to the new system. If you continue to have problems Please Contact Us
Meet Shannon Desilets RN BSN MSN, Vascular Clinical Nurse Specialist Kelowna General Hospital, Kelowna BC What you enjoy about the division of vascular surgery? A better question is… what is not to enjoy about the division of vascular surgery? It is the most complex and challenging patient population that I as a nurse can help
Thank you for another successful conference in Montreal! Please join us next year in Kelowna, BC. The presentations are now available. Note that we only make available presentations with permission of the presenter. Therefore, some presentations may be missing or altered. Montreal Talks
Dr. Wayne Johnston, Medical Director of the Vascular Lab at the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre (PMCC) and revered forefather of vascular surgery in Canada, is one of the most recent recipients of the Order of Canada, which recognizes outstanding merit of Canadians whose lifelong achievements have had an impact in enriching the lives of others
Join us for our 18th Annual CSVN Conference Sept 26-27, 2018 MARRIOTT SPRINGHILL SUITES OLD MONTREAL The Conference brochure is now available. For more information and registration go to Events → 2018 Conference ( You can also click on the heading to show links)
CSVN is pleased to announce the release of our Vascular Nursing App! Instructions to use: The App is free The App is for reference only and is not a substitute for clinical judgement Download the app page. Bookmark the site and/or add an icon on your mobile device. Not sure how to add a bookmark
Conference presentations are now available for a short time for review. After, they will be available on the members only section. Please click on the link above to access. Calgary_Talks_Day1 Calgary_Talks_Day2
The London Chapter CSVN is hosting lunch and learn sessions for the vascular surgery nursing staff at London Health Sciences Centre. The latest session was held Feb 22, 2016 with one of the Vascular Surgery Residents Dr. Sajjid Hossain presenting on Heparin drips. Lunch was provided by the London Chapter CSVN. Previous sessions were held
The membership form is now up and running. If you run into problems with membership, please send an email to: [email protected]
The Toronto Chapter of CSVN successfully held its first education session “Vascular Talk”, on October 4th at the Toronto General Hospital. The event was well attended by nurses, students, and allied health professionals from several hospitals including Toronto General Hospital (TGH), St. Michael’s Hospital (SMH), Sick Children’s Hospital and Trillium Health Partners. The speakers included
Welcome to the new CSVN website! Members will receive an email to assist them to log in to the new site. If you have any suggestions for the website we would love to hear from you. Contact Us.
Congratulations to the 2016 Sigvaris Travel Scholarship Winners! The travel scholarship is awarded annually to assist with accommodation costs that you incur while attending the national conference. The applicant must be actively involved in Vascular Nursing or a related health field. We are pleased to announce that we had 4 scholarship winners this year! From
A Special thank you to Sigvaris for being a continued supporter of CSVN.