McMaster Venous Symposium- Registration is now OPEN!

Posted on Oct. 15, 2018, 10:33 p.m.

Hello Members, 

McMaster University is pleased to announce they will be hosting the Venous Symposium being held at the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel on Saturday, November 17, 2018. All the information is below and you can write to if you have any questions.

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From: McMaster University CHSE <>
Subject: McMaster Venous Symposium - REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

You are invited to attend this CHSE Activity...  
Venous Symposium  

Saturday, November 17, 2018  

Sheraton Hamilton Hotel  
116 King Street West, Hamilton, ON

  Register Online!  

Learning Objectives  

By attending this activity, participants will be able to:

  • Better identify venous disease, its manifestations and its complications.
  • Acquire at least one new technique or refine their use of an old technique used in the treatment of venous disease.
  • Select the appropriate contemporary techniques for the treatment of venous disease in their patients.
  View the Agenda  


Registration Fees

Physicians $175  

Other Health Care Professionals $100  

Residents / Students $75  

  Visit the Website  

For More Information

Shawn Locke, CHSE Coordinator  
McMaster University, Continuing Health Sciences Education  
P: 905-525-9140 ext 21098  F: 905-572-7099


  *Activities are subject to change  

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