Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe

September 10-14 | Barcelona, Spain

Science for people

September 10-14 | Barcelona, Spain

Science for people

September 10-14 | Barcelona, Spain

September 10-14 | Barcelona, Spain

September 10-14 | Barcelona, Spain

Science for people
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Student Programme

Let us inspIRe you! CIRSE invites undergraduate medical students to its congresses free of charge, hence giving them the opportunity to learn more about one of the most dynamic, innovative and rapidly growing areas of medicine – interventional radiology!

The CIRSE Annual Congress is Europe’s premier meeting in IR, offering thousands of participants numerous scientific sessions, discussions on the newest medical developments, representation from major medical companies and insights into the latest technical innovations.

CIRSE 2019 welcomed 348 medical students from 30 countries. In 2020 and 2021, we organised virtual CIRSE Summit which welcomed more than 300 students. Just to name a few features of the CIRSE Student Programme: medical students are invited to attend the “Introducing IR” lecture, take part at hands-on training sessions, network with experienced IRs at a mentoring breakfast, and test their newly gained IR knowledge at the students’ quiz. Last but not least, CIRSE also organises a social evening for all CIRSE Student Programme participants that bring all of them together.

Student events at CIRSE 2022

Introducing IR
Saturday, September 10, 08:30-09:30, Room 116

This session is exclusively made for students and gives an overview of IR, followed by short talks from leading interventional radiologists. Please note that it is mandatory for students who have the travel support grant to attend the “Introducing IR” lecture.

Students’ evening
Saturday, September 10, 20:00-22:00, Venue: Slow Barcelona

Socialise with other students and enjoy Barcelona’s lively nightlife.

Mentoring breakfast
Sunday, September 11, 08:30-09:30, Foyer Diagonal

At the mentoring breakfast, students will be able to chat with experienced interventional radiologists from their countries and discuss what steps are required for them to become an IR.

Students on Stage
Monday, September 12, 15:30-16:30, News on Stage area

The “Students on Stage” session will allow six students whose abstracts were accepted to present their educational work to their peers. Abstract submission for the Students on Stage session has ended. We thank all contributing authors for sharing their work! Authors who have been accepted have been notified.

Students’ quiz
Tuesday, September 13, 12:30-14:00, Foyer Diagonal

Students will be able to prove their IR knowledge they have gained during the congress with the change to win great prizes! Students wishing to take part in the quiz must register here. The deadline for registration is Sunday, September 11.

Daily quiz

Students can test their knowledge and participate in the Daily Quiz. Students who answer correctly have a chance to win valuable prizes. Make sure to install CIRSE EVENT APP and play the quiz.

CIRSE 2022 student programme by day

Introducing IR (Student programme)

08:30-09:30, Room 116

Intra-arterial embolisation (Fundamental course)
Vascular access: radial vs. femoral, Microcatheters

08:30-09:30, Auditorium 2

Introduction to venous intervention (Fundamental course)

08:30-09:30, Room 113

Renal cancer management (Focus session)

08:30-09:30, Room 115

Upper limb DVT (Focus session)

10:00-11:00, Auditorium 2

Prostate artery embolisation (Expert round table)

10:00-11:00, Room 112

The IR Team (IR trainee session)

10:00-11:00, Room 114

Thoracic venous occlusive disease (Focus session)

11:30-12:30, Auditorium 2

Updated evidence of intra-arterial therapies in metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) (Focus session)

11:30-12:30, Room 112

Update on uterine fibroid management (Fundamental course)

11:30-12:30, Room 116

Lower Limb Treatment – How to decide on your strategy? (HDT Learning Centre)

14:00-15:00, Terumo Learning Centre (pre-registration mandatory)

Register here

Early Career Researchers Colloquium – Reviewing academic papers (CVIR Endovascular)

15:00-15:30, Room 121 (pre-registration mandatory)

Register here

Haemorrhage in trauma (Fundamental course)

16:15-17:15, Room 112

Venous access (Workshop)

16:15-17:15, Room 114

Basic principles of mechanical thrombectomy in ischaemic stroke (Simulation training)

17:00-18:00, Simulator Gallery

Update on EVT for stroke (Clinical evaluation course)

17:30-18:30, Room 112

Prostate embolisation (Workshop)

17:30-18:30, Room 114

ETF Short Talk: IR Trainee national committees (IR trainee session)

17:30-18:30, News on Stage

Students’ Evening (Student event)

20:00-22:00, Venue: Slow Barcelona
Free drink vouchers will be available

 

Mentoring breakfast (Student event)

08:30-09:30, Foyer Diagonal

IR in portal hypertension (Fundamental course)

08:30-09:30, Room 112

Acute lower limb ischaemia: who, when and how? (Fundamental course)

08:30-09:30, Room 115

Fundamentals in stroke management (Fundamental course)

08:30-09:30, Room 116

IR going clinical (IR trainee session)

10:00-11:00, Room 114

Management of portal vein occlusion (Focus session)

10:00-11:00, Room 112

Tools to perform a good access for peripheral intervention (HDT learning centre)

11:00-12:00,  Terumo Learning Centre (pre-registration mandatory)

Register here

Embolisation: materials and tools – liquid agents (HDT session)

12:45-14:15, Room 134

Tumour ablation – RFA (HDT session)

12.45-14:15, Room 111

Femoral closure: what do I need to know? (HDT learning centre)

15:00-15:30, Cordis Learning Centre (pre-registration mandatory)

Register here

Early Career Researchers Colloquium – Writing academic papers (CVIR Endovascular)

15:00-15:30, Room 121 (pre-registration mandatory)

Register here

ETF Short Talk: Young women in IR (IR trainee session)

15:00-16:00, News on Stage

Essentials of EVAR planning (Workshop)

16:15-17:15, Auditorium 2

Acute peripheral ischaemia (Simulation training)

17:00-18:00, Simulator Gallery

IVC filter removal (Case-based discussion)

17:30-18:30, Room 117

Pulmonary tumours: where do we stand (Fundamental course)

08:30-09:30, Room 115

Acute mesenteric ischaemia – time is gut! (Fundamental course)

08:30-09:30, Room 116

Management of acute PE (Expert round table)

10:00-11:00, Auditorium 1

Endoleaks and prevention (Focus session)

10:00-11:00, Auditorium 2

How best to treat aorto-iliac occlusive disease (Expert round table)

10:00-11:00, Room 112

Pancreatic cancer management (Focus session)

10:00-11:00, Room 117

IR: the most tech of the medical specialties (IR trainee session)

10:00-11:00, Room 114

Tools to perform a good access for peripheral intervention (HDT learning centre)

11:00-12:00, Terumo Learning Centre (pre-registration mandatory)

Register here

Getting started with radial access. Meet the expert (HDT learning centre)

12:00-12:30, Cordis Learning Centre (pre-registration mandatory)

Register here

Embolisation: materials and tools – coils & plugs (HDT session)

12:45-14:15, Room 134

Tumour ablation – MWA (HDT session)

12:45-14:15, Room 111

Students on Stage (Student event)

15:30-16:30, News on Stage area

TACE (Simulation training)

17:00-18:00, Simulator Gallery

Treating complex visceral aneurysms (Clinical evaluation course)

17:30-18:30, Room 112

Tips and tricks in ablation for lung metastases (Workshop)

17:30-18:30, Room 120

ETF Short Talk: Trainees and research (IR trainee session)

17:30-18:30, News on Stage

Treating the dysfunctional vascular access: treatment area-based approach (Fundamental course)

08:30-09:30, Room 116

Obstetric haemorrhage (Fundamental course)

08:30-09:30, Room 117

Aorto iliac arterial disease (Focus session)

10:00-11:00, Auditorium 2

The different sides of an IR (IR trainee session)

10:00-11:00, Room 114

Embolisation for life-threatening haemorrhage (Case-based discussion)

10:00-11:00, Room 116

Embolisation in non-traumatic benign vascular diseases (Fundamental course)

11:30-12:30, Room 112

Improving quality of life in cancer patients (Fundamental course)

11:30-12:30, Room 116

IR management of transplantation complications (Focus session)

11:30-12:30, Room 117

Students’ Quiz (Student event)

12:30-14:00, Foyer Diagonal (please register by September 11!)

Register here

IR management of endometriosis and adenomyosis (Hot topic symposium)

15:00-16:00, Auditorium 1

ETF Short Talk: How to boost your IR career? (IR trainee session)

15:00-16:00, News on Stage

Embolisation in bleeding: which material for which lesion (Fundamental course)

16:15-17:15, Room 114

Prostatic artery embolisation: basics, current role and future perspectives (Simulation training)

17:00-18:00, Simulator Gallery

Update on renal artery intervention (Focus session)

08:30 09:30, Room 116

What you need to know about acute and chronic upper limb ischaemia (Focus session)

11:00-12:00, Room 116

Bone tumour management (Focus session)

11:00 12:00, Room 115