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Virtual programming set for June 

05-08-2020 15:46

Though the in-person SIR 2020 annual meeting in Seattle was canceled, the scientific and educational content that lies at its heart is moving forward. And while the professional and personal demands posed to IRs during the COVID-19 pandemic prevent a fully virtual conference, the Annual Meeting Committee is pleased to offer a selection of the many high-quality sessions from SIR 2020, live and accessible online.

The virtual programming with be live June 13–14, noon to 5 p.m. EST. During this time, viewers can tune into presentations based on the SIR 2020 featured and distinguished abstracts, late-breaking abstracts, abstracts of the year, and more, as well as educational sessions in which participants can earn CME and SA-CME credits.

Be on the lookout for email communication and check for the most up-to-date details on session information and how to access the programming, and visit to view the SIR 2020 Digital Video Library (see the full-page ad on the inside front cover of this issue).

Programming will cover a range of topics throughout the IR domain:

  • Peripheral arterial disease
  • Prostate artery embolization
  • Interventional oncology
  • Gastrointestinal interventions
  • Spine interventions
  • And more!

For details and a full list of all virtual programming that will be available, visit


This article is part of Connecting Everywhere, a special section of the spring 2020 IR Quarterly, highlighting how SIR and IRs have responded to the global COVID-19 crisis with teamwork, agility and innovation.

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