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Important information regarding Drug eluting Technology

Paclitaxel coated balloons IRSA Statement

ATTENTION IRSA MEMBERS

IRSA would like to draw members attention to a recently published meta-analysis on paclitaxel drug coated balloons, which has raised some controversy in the use of these devices.
See the full article here

Our partner Organisation, CIRSE, has issued a statement, which was sent to all IRSA members. The situation is evolving and IRSA will keep members informed of any developments as they arise.

Link ro CIRSE statement here

John Vrazas
Tim Buckenham

IRSA ASM 2019

IRSA are pleased to announce the release of the exciting preliminary program for the 2019 Annual Scientific meeting in Uluru.

2019 IRSA Preliminary Scientific Program

The meeting will commence on Tuesday 9th July following the EBIR exams on the 8th/9th. The meeting concludes on Thursday 11th July.

Accommodation is limited so we would encourage all members to register as soon as possible.   

IR Trainee Support Programme 2019 – Attend CIRSE 2019 for free

CIRSE invites all young IRs, who have completed their undergraduate medical degree not later than 8 years ago and are currently in postgraduate training, to attend CIRSE 2019 free of charge. In order for a trainee/resident to be eligible to apply for this support programme, he/she has to submit an abstract as a first or presenting author for CIRSE 2019 by February 11.

 Further information here

EBIR 2019 Uluru

The EBIR exams will be held on Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th July, at the Wanari Rooms,Uluru Meeting Place, Ayers Rock. A reminder that early bird closing for the exams is on 28th February 2019.

EBIR entry requirements and application

APSCVIR 2019

APSCVIR 2019

The IRSA executive would like to encourage all members
to register for the APSCVIR 2019 meeting taking place in Bali on
21st – 24th February at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Noosa Dua.
Link to  programme and registration can be found here