Our commitment to research began with the development of the
Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) Venous
Registry. By embracing research as a core tenant of the Society, we are committing to expanding the field of venous and lymphatic research.
How we serve in research:
- Over 175 PRO Venous Registry Licensed Users contribute to the database.
- Merged the Venous Patient Outcome Registry (VPOR) into the PRO Venous Registry.
- Studies from the PRO Venous Registry are presented at annual events, including two recent studies of Epidemiology and Endovenous Ablation
- Host an Annual Research Summit to determine best strategies and queries for the registry and research in venous and lymphatic medicine