The 7th annual scientific gathering for the AVC Meet was organized on the 26th and 28th of May in partnership with Alexandria University, Alexandria Vascular Center, and Brest University. With the return to face-to-face meetings, it was a great comeback. The AVC Meeting provided 350+ delegates with the opportunity to broaden their participation in the field of vascular education, whether locally or globally. It was an opportunity to re-establish physician-to-physician support and boost collaboration between national and international delegations.
Physicians across various specialties have struggled to continue the development and training they seek. But through the AVC meeting, 7 different workshops were created in a very constructive way and the program indulged many sessions about AORTA anatomy and management, peripheral aneurysms, and vascular surgery types and obstacles. This enhanced program had 19.25 accredited hours from AACME and was given by 15 international speakers coming long way from Germany, France, USA, and KSA.
Worldwide there may be as many as 100K medical meetings every year, and we ICOM Group, always strive to be the best out of them all! We always dig for opportunities to create chances for physicians whom have trusted us, a chance to maintain their skills and to learn new techniques and to nail their personal and professional satisfaction after interacting with colleagues at these events, face-to-face discussions and the new experience and knowledge they gain.