Are you a medical student, resident or fellow and thinking of submitting a case for the RFS Virtual Angio club but are unsure where to start?

  1. Reach out to one of your IR staff, IR fellows or a senior Radiology resident at your institution and let them know you are interested in submitting a case for RFS VAC.
  2.  Ask if they have an interesting case in mind that could provide clear, helpful and interesting learning points for trainees.
  3. Prepare a short 8-10 minute Powerpoint or PDF case presentation with a target audience of both current and future IR trainees. Please refer to the provided case example below for guidance.

*If you are having a hard time finding a staff/fellow/senior resident to help you out with getting started, please reach out to who will help you get in-touch with your local  CAIR RFS representative.

Your case should:

  • Be interesting/unique
  • Provide trainee level learning points
  •  Include relevant still images
  • Include references (if applicable)
  • Be anonymized

We invite you to take a look at this prior accepted submission by one of our senior RFS members Dr. Killian Newman.   *Of note, the example provided is longer than typical and should only be used as a general guideline.

Example of prior accepted case submission