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Members of the AVF contribute their time and expertise to further scientific and clinical research, educate physicians and fellows, create unique public awareness programs and provide state-of-the-art patient care for people with venous disease. Membership is open to all healthcare professionals who treat venous disease, including:
- Vascular and General Surgeons
- Interventional Radiologists
- Interventional Cardiologists
- Plastic Surgeons
- Physician Assistants
- Nurse Practitioners
- Vascular Technologists
- Registered Nurses/LPN
- Medical Assistants
Benefits of Membership
News & Publications
- Complimentary subscription to the Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders
- AVF Newsletter – Blue News Now
- Patient Informed Consents
- Patient Education Brochures
- Opportunities to earn CME and self-assessment credits
- Online access to presentations from Annual Meetings and other educational courses
- Discounted registration to AVF Annual Meetings and other educational courses
- American Venous Forum Screening Kit
- AVF committees and initiatives
- National and international panelist opportunities
- Multi-specialty coalitions
Networking & Public Awareness
- Find A Doctor listing – public online directory
- Access to AVF Membership Directory
- AVF Member Logo – official logo of AVF members
- Recognition internationally as thought leaders, expert investigators and clinicians in venous and lymphatic disease
Types of Membership
Physician Membership: Certified physicians or scientists who have demonstrated involvement in and a commitment to issues of venous disease. Physician Membership is divided into two categories.
- American (USA)
- Non Surgeon-Interventionist (primary care)
- International (outside of the USA)
Allied Health Membership: Allied health medical professionals who have demonstrated a commitment to the management of venous and lymphatic disease.
Resident Physician Membership: Physicians serving in residency or fellowships in post-doctoral training programs.
Medical Student Membership: Medical students who are currently enrolled in medical school who have a special interest in venous and lymphatic diseases.
Senior Membership: Members who have attained age 70 or are retired.
Affiliate Member: Employees of companies offering, or developing, products or services for the management of venous and lymphatic disease. (Scientists and physicians outside of a hospital or clinic setting may qualify to be a Physician Member)