Medical Professionals

You are central to our work
Vascular practitioners and other health professionals with an interest in supporting the promotion of vascular health are extremely well placed to spread the word about the Circulation Foundation.

We have a range of publications to help us together promote awareness, provide patient information and, critically, generate financial support for our valued research programme. To request your copies, please contact the office on 020 7869 6937 or email info@circulationfoundation.org.uk

If you have any suggestions for new publications, please contact us via the Stakeholder Feedback Form.

Please join us this March for Vascular Disease Week. We know how busy you are, so we’ve made it quick and easy to get involved, with our handy guide and resources. More information here.

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Useful links for medical professionals:

The Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland is a registered charity founded to relieve sickness and to preserve, promote and protect the health of the public by advancing excellence and innovation in vascular health, through education, audit and research.

Society of Vascular Nurses is a society run by nurses for nurses. Their main aim is to provide a national network for nurses working in vascular care.

The Society for Vascular Technology (SVT) was formed in 1992 to advance non-invasive vascular diagnostic services by promoting training and research in Vascular Technology and to disseminate the results of such research for the benefit of the public.

The Cochrane Review Group for Peripheral Vascular Diseases review and summarise the most comprehensive and reliable evidence on all surgical and medical interventions for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of all diseases of the arteries and veins.  In order to ensure our reviews continue to be accessible and relevant to those who experience these vascular conditions (either personally or as a carer) we would like to invite members of the Circulation Foundation to become actively involved in review production by providing feedback to them before publication. Please contact us for more information.

The Cochrane Review Group

PVD homepage

Cathryn.broderick@ed.ac.uk