Summer Newsletter 2022

1 year 6 months ago

Thank you for your ongoing support of the CF. Many of you have been running and cycling to raise money for us.

Please look HERE to view the Circulation Foundation Summer Newsletter.

A free online resource for people with, or at risk of aortic dissection and their families.

The Commissioning for Quality and Innovation (CQUIN) indicators for 2022/23 were recently published by NHS England and for the first time include a vascular indicator, 

Laura will be running the Edinburgh Half Marathon at the end on May this year, as she sadly lost her Mum to vascular disease in February of this year. Her Mum received amazing care and compassion from the Surgeons, Doctors and Nursing staff, during her time at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, and Laura wants to give thanks to them. Laura saw first-hand how horrid this disease can be and if she can do something in some way to help further research that may help other sufferers.

Read more on Laura’s story

The Vascular Society Venous Specialty Interest Group has recently completed a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting exercise, which identified the top research priorities in the field of ve
I have been a Consultant Vascular Surgeon for 10 years and, therefore, understand the physical, emotional, and practical impact of the pathologies we deal with.
Please look HERE to view the Circulation Foundation Winter Newsletter.
Please look HERE to view the Circulation Foundation Summer Newsletter. 
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