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