CX 2023 heralds new era of year-round education for the vascular community

Delegates can expect another full programme of sessions and additional events on the third and final day of the 45th CX meeting.

Stay tuned for the announcement of the winner of the Hurting Leg competition—a new feature of the 2023 programme—as well as a full-day venous and Hurting Leg workshop, audience polling in the morning’s thoracic session and a Podium First in the CX Innovation Showcase later on Thursday.

As the meeting draws to a close, the time has also come to look ahead at what is in store for 2024.

Following this landmark anniversary symposium, headlined by the first-time BASIL-2 presentation on Tuesday, the CX Symposium is set to return in 2024 with a controversies update.

Next year, the meeting will take place in a new venue, the international ExCeL centre, with the aim of offering more space for the plenary programme, as well as larger exhibition and workshop spaces.

The in-person and virtual CX 2023 event might be drawing to a close, but the education does not end here. All presentations, as well as CX materials from previous years, will be available online at after the event.

Stay up to date with the latest updates in the vascular and endovascular world year-round with this new interactive platform, ahead of next year’s CX 2024 in-person and virtual event.

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