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2024 IR Residency Practicum

The mission of the IR Residency Practicum is to provide attendees with the most current and beneficial information as they begin their first years of practice in IR. It is designed to prepare graduating residents for practice in both academic and private practice settings. Join us June 6-8 at the Palmer House a Hilton Hotel in Chicago. More information coming soon. 

Topics include Arterial Interventions and Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), Interventional Oncology, Venous Interventions, Women's & Men's Health, Pain Management and the Business of IR and much more.

Target Audience

This course is designed for graduating IR Integrated and IR Independent Residents. This course also benefits PGY-5 DR residents, early career IRs and IR trainees worldwide.

Learning Objectives
    1. Discuss the broad spectrum of modern IR practice from the medical management of PAD patients to appropriate evaluation and treatment of Interventional Oncology patients.
    2. Explain how to set up and maintain an IR clinic and manage the competition.
    3. Discuss the latest data with regard to the endovascular management of various IR treatments.
    4. Business tools and resources that will be helpful in the first few years of practice.
While the Practicum is open for IRs in various stages of learning, it is designed for graduating IR Integrated PGY-6 residents and IR Independent PGY-6 (ESIR) and PGY-7 residents. 

"The SIR Fellows Spring Practicum gave me many tools to start the next chapter of my career. Aside from the academic value, the hands-on experience and the interactions with truly talented and altruistic faculty were valuable reasons to attend."
- Fellows Spring Practicum attendee

Program Planning Committee

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Rakesh Navuluri, MD, FSIR
University of Chicago Medical Center
Luke R. Wilkins, MD, FSIR
University of Virginia