European Venous Forum 14th Annual Meeting, Belgrade, Serbia

27 - 30 June 2013

Professor Bradbury, a Founder Member and Board Member of the European Venous Forum (EVF), teaching and lecturing at the EVF Annual Meeting in Belgrade, Serbia, which is being held in conjunction with the the Balkan Venous Forum and the Serbian College of Phlebology.


Dr Katy Darvall, one of Professor Bradbury's Research Fellows, winning the EVF Prize for best presentation at the meeting on the topic of  long term results with Ultrasound Guided Foam Sclerotherapy.


To view Dr Darvall's Powerpoint Presentation, click here

World Congress of the Union Internationale de Phlebologie, Boston, USA 

8 - 13 September 2013

Below left: Professor Bradbury teaching at a varicose vein workshop at the World Congress of the Union Internationale de Phlebologie, Boston.

Below right: Professor Bradbury delivering an invited lecture at the World Congress of the Union Internationalte de Phlebologie, Boston.

Sun Yat Sen University, Guangdong, China

46th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Cardiovascular Surgery

Nagoya Congress Centre, Aichi  15-17 February 2016

Left: Professor Bradbury speaking on 'Severe Limb Ischemia:  Searching for Evidence to Support Global Guidelines' on Wednesday 17 February 2016 at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Cardiovascular Surgery


Below: Professor Andrew Bradbury and Gill Bradbury with their hosts in Nagoya, Japan

Professor Bradbury was involved in chairing the European Venous Forum (EVF) as it held its 17th annual meeting in London between 7 - 9 July 2016. The conference was organised in conjucture with the Venous Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine. The annual EVF conferences typically attract over 400 delegrates from around the globe, who come to partake in a programme of discussions and research.

At the 17th Annual Meeting, the conference programme covered: Venous thromboembolism, Post thrombotic syndrome, Minimally invasive endovenous procedures for deep and superficial disease, and Pharmacological and compression therapy.

Professor Bradbury, along with colleagues from the University of Birmingham, presented a paper entitled 'The relationship between social deprivation and referral to a vascular service for the assessment and diagnosis of varicose veins and leg ulcer before and after publication of NICE Clinical Guidelines 168'. The paper was submitted for the EVF Prize.

European Venous Forum 17th Annual Meeting, London, United Kingdom

7 - 9 July 2016

Global Vascular Guideline Steering Committee Meeting

Miami 25 - 27 February 2016

The Global Vascular Guideline Committee met to further discuss the creation of a new global consortium for clinical practice guidelines in vascular medicine. Professor Bradbury was asked to co-edit the Guidlines.

The aspect of the project now in progress is a guideline on the evaluation and management of chronic limb threatening ischemia.

European Venous Forum 15th Annual Meeting, Paris, France

26 - 28 June 2014

Professor Bradbury attended the European Venous Forum (EVF) at its 15th annual meeting which was held in Paris 26 and 28 June 2014. Professor Bradbury is currently the President Elect of the EVF.

Professor Bradbury, along with his colleagues Gareth Bates and Dr Katy Darvall, received First Prize for their presentation 'Rates of duplex-detected recanalisation 5 years after ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy and relationship with clinical, haemodynamic and patient reported outcomes'.

Global Vascular Guideline Steering Committee Meeting

New York 18 November 2015

In 2014, the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS), the European Society for Vascular Surgery, and the World Federation of Vascular Societies (WFVS) initiated a project to create a new global consortium for clinical practice guidelines in vascular medicine. Professor Bradbury was a participant at this meeting.

This committee meeting focused on reviewing Conflict of Interest Policy and Update Progress, as well as reviewing chapter drafts and discussing further data analysis required. 

Leeds Diabetic Foot Symposium

16 September 2015

Professor Bradbury attended the annual syposium hosted by the Leeds Vascular Institute. It was chaired by representatives from Leeds Teaching Hospitals and the prelimnary programme included the Services and Revascularization symposium and the Foot Surgery and Amputation Symposium.

Professor Bradbury spoke on 'Outcomes from severe limb ischemia and choice of revascularization- lessons from recruitment to BASIL-2.

Teaching Ultrasound Guided Foam Sclerotherapy to Surgoens in Iran

                                                         21-22 October 2016

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