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CX Symposium provides “ideal opportunity” to share your research

2018-08-16T16:44:15+00:00

In this interview, Meryl Davis, chair of the CX Abstract Board, talks about the benefits of presenting research at the CX Symposium and the importance of CX as a “global village”.

The CX Abstract Board is calling for senior and trainee doctors in the vascular and endovascular field to submit their […]

CX Symposium provides “ideal opportunity” to share your research2018-08-16T16:44:15+00:00

EVRA (Early Venous Reflux Ablation) Ulcer Trial presented for the first time at the Charing Cross Symposium

2018-04-24T15:50:47+00:00

Alun Davies, EVRA chief investigator
Imperial College, London, United Kingdom

EVRA (Early Venous Reflux Ablation) Ulcer Trial presented for the first time at the Charing Cross Symposium2018-04-24T15:50:47+00:00

CX 2018: 40 Years of Looking Forward with vascular education as it should be!

2018-03-23T18:01:07+00:00

This year, CX celebrates 40 Years of Looking Forward. In this video, members of the CX Programme Organising Board and the CX Faculty explain why CX is not only unique but also provides vascular education “as it should be”! Register now for CX 2018!

CX 2018: 40 Years of Looking Forward with vascular education as it should be!2018-03-23T18:01:07+00:00

The opportunity for discussion is a key benefit of CX

2018-02-15T14:35:40+00:00

Fabrizio Fanelli (Florence, Italy), CX Faculty, says that a key point about CX is that it – unlike other meetings – provides opportunities for discussion. He notes that the “active discussion” at the podium is “very important” for what you learn at the meeting. Register for CX 2018!

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The opportunity for discussion is a key benefit of CX2018-02-15T14:35:40+00:00

CX has had “a very significant impact on my practice”

2018-04-05T17:53:26+00:00

CX Faculty member Barry Katzen (Miami, United States) discusses how attending CX has affected his clinical practice and how he always is “universally losing” debates at CX! Register for CX 2018! 

CX has had “a very significant impact on my practice”2018-04-05T17:53:26+00:00

“Excellent” is the word Prof Davies uses to describe CX

2018-02-15T14:27:22+00:00

CX programme organising board member Alun Davies (Imperial College, London, United Kingdom) reviews how CX has changed in the last 24 years that he has been attending the symposium, his most memorable moments, and the one word he would use to describe the meeting. Register for CX 2018!

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“Excellent” is the word Prof Davies uses to describe CX2018-02-15T14:27:22+00:00

“Every time I come to CX, I learn more and more”

2018-02-15T14:20:26+00:00

“One of the great things” about CX, according to CX Faculty member Kathleen Gibson (Bellevue, United States), is that it provides a “global perspective”. She says she “learns more and more” every time she attends. Register for CX 2018!

“Every time I come to CX, I learn more and more”2018-02-15T14:20:26+00:00

CX is “a very good forum” for new technologies

2018-02-15T13:13:21+00:00

Rodney White (Torrance, United States), CX Faculty, says that CX has been a “very good forum” for not only new technologies but also how we adapt them to current practice. He notes that CX chairman Roger Greenhalgh has always been at the forefront of the latest developments. Register for CX 2018! 

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The CX Venous Workshop is the best in the world2018-02-13T15:55:23+00:00

Meryl Davis discusses the benefits of presenting at the CX Abstract sessions

2018-02-13T15:40:32+00:00

Meryl Davis, member of the CX Abstracts Board, talks about the invaluable opportunity for senior and trainee vascular and endovascular clinicians to present at the CX Abstract sessions.

Meryl Davis discusses the benefits of presenting at the CX Abstract sessions2018-02-13T15:40:32+00:00

CX Venous Consensus Update: Take-home messages

2017-04-25T21:06:54+00:00

The CX Venous Consensus Update—Plenary Programme took place on the first day of CX 2017 (Tuesday, 25 April). Stephen Black, member of the CX Programme Organising Board, summarises the take-home messages of this session.

CX Venous Consensus Update: Take-home messages2017-04-25T21:06:54+00:00

CX 2017: Peripheral Arterial Consensus highlights

2017-03-22T17:13:51+00:00

The CX 2017 Peripheral Arterial Consensus Update Programme will focus on PATHWAYS OF CARE – whether to intervene, when and at what threshold, method and follow-up.

“Over three days (25–27 April) there will be a comprehensive coverage of the most important aspects of peripheral arterial intervention as well as some important new trial evidence being presented […]

CX 2017: Peripheral Arterial Consensus highlights2017-03-22T17:13:51+00:00

CX 2017: Acute Stroke Consensus highlights

2017-03-15T14:27:17+00:00

Interventions in the aorta and manipulations in the aortic arch have become a “potential source of embolisation to the brain,” notes Roger Greenhalgh, Chairman of the CX Programme Organising Board. The Acute Stroke Consensus Plenary Programme will address the scope of this problem and PATHWAYS OF CARE to treat acute stroke from a multidisciplinary perspective including: […]

CX 2017: Acute Stroke Consensus highlights2017-03-15T14:27:17+00:00

CX 2017: Venous Consensus highlights

2017-03-09T10:05:04+00:00

The CX 2017 Venous Consensus Update Programme will focus on PATHWAYS OF CARE – whether to intervene, when and at what threshold, method and follow-up, providing delegates with discussions on diagnosis and treatment options for the whole spectrum of venous disease.

Roger Greenhalgh (Chairman, CX Programme Organising Board) discusses with Stephen Black (member, CX Programme Organising […]

CX 2017: Venous Consensus highlights2017-03-09T10:05:04+00:00

CX 2017: Aortic Edited Cases highlights

2017-03-01T14:56:38+00:00

Roger Greenhalgh, Chairman of the CX Programme Organising Board, discusses the highlights of the Aortic Edited Cases session at CX 2017.
Complementing the Aortic Plenary Programme, experts in aortic surgery will discuss “tips and tricks” in thoracic, juxtarenal and abdominal aortic reconstructions and also ascending aorta and arch intervention, showing specific techniques and technologies with edited […]

CX 2017: Aortic Edited Cases highlights2017-03-01T14:56:38+00:00

CX 2017: Thoracic Aortic Consensus highlights

2017-03-01T17:20:59+00:00

Roger Greenhalgh, Chairman of the CX Programme Organising Board, discusses the highlights of the Thoracic Aortic Consensus Plenary Programme at CX 2017.
Key topics to be discussed include:

  • Are the types A and B dissection terms satisfactory?
  • Is it time to revisit whether complicated means complicated for type B dissections?
  • How does the treatment of complex […]
CX 2017: Thoracic Aortic Consensus highlights2017-03-01T17:20:59+00:00

CX 2017: Abdominal Aortic Consensus highlights

2017-03-01T18:24:22+00:00

Roger Greenhalgh, Chairman of the CX Programme Organising Board, discusses the highlights of the Abdominal Aortic Consensus Plenary Programme at CX 2017.
Key topics include:

  • Does operating below the threshold of 5.5cms save lives?
  • What should you do in the follow-up period after EVAR? How dangerous are type II endoleaks?
  • What are the latest results of endovascular […]
CX 2017: Abdominal Aortic Consensus highlights2017-03-01T18:24:22+00:00

CX 2017 “a Plethora of Educational Opportunities”: Matt Thompson on what makes CX so special

2017-02-16T17:17:21+00:00

What are the special features of the CX Symposium? Matt Thompson, Co-chairman of the CX Programme Organising Board, highlights “a plethora of educational opportunities” including presentation of new evidence, key messages voiced by opinion leaders, debate and case-based discussion amongst others.

What makes CX so special for you? Tweet your […]

CX 2017 “a Plethora of Educational Opportunities”: Matt Thompson on what makes CX so special2017-02-16T17:17:21+00:00

CX 2017 “the Discussion Culture”: Thomas Zeller on what makes CX so special

2017-02-06T17:42:20+00:00

What are the special features of the CX Symposium? CX Programme Board member Thomas Zeller (Professor of Angiology at Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg and Head of Department of Angiology at Universitäts – Herzzentrum Freiburg, Bad Krozingen, Germany) considers “the Discussion Culture” and exchange between the CX Faculty and the audience unique.

Continue the discussion on “Life after EVAR 1” at CX 2017 ( 25‒28 April, Olympia Grand, London, UK). Register here […]

CX@LINC 2017 ‒ Life after EVAR 12017-02-04T03:59:11+00:00

CX 2017 “Drive to get Consensus”: Andrew Holden on what makes CX so special

2017-02-04T03:56:25+00:00

What are the special features of the CX Symposium? CX Programme Organising Board member Andrew Holden (Associate Professor of Radiology at Auckland University School of Medicine and Director of Interventional Services at Auckland City Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand) highlights the discussion, debate and “a drive to get consensus”.

 

 

Ian Loftus reviews highlights of the CX 2016 Abstract Presentations2016-10-12T13:01:08+00:00

Why you should not miss the Peripheral Arterial sessions at CX 2016

2016-10-12T13:01:12+00:00

“The Peripheral Arterial Programme at the Charing Cross Symposium in 2016 is really exciting; it combines the hot topics in the field with evidence, opinion and discussion,” says Andrew Holden (Auckland, New Zealand), member of the CX Programme Organising Board. He overviews key areas to be discussed on Tuesday 26 April including the management of […]

Why you should not miss the Peripheral Arterial sessions at CX 20162016-10-12T13:01:12+00:00

Why you should not miss the Venous Programme at CX 2016

2016-10-12T13:01:12+00:00

In 2016, the Charing Cross Venous Programme will run on the four days of the Symposium (26–29 April) with the Main Programme for the first time on day 1, followed by the CX Venous Workshop on days 2 and 3, and the CX Venous Abstract Presentations on day 4. Ian Franklin (London, UK), member of […]

Why you should not miss the Venous Programme at CX 20162016-10-12T13:01:12+00:00