On behalf of The PERT Consortium™, we hope you found the meeting last month at the Sheraton Grand in downtown Nashville informative, productive, and rewarding.
"The response to the PERT initiative
has been overwhelmingly positive."
We’re thrilled to have once again been able to bring together medical colleagues from around the world as leaders in pulmonary embolism research, prevention, and treatment.
The response to the PERT initiative has been overwhelmingly positive. In only four years, the list of distinguished participants and attendees joining The PERT Consortium™ for the Annual Symposium & Bussiness Meeting has continued to grow.
This year's meeting was no exception. With an out-of-the-park turn out from participants and attendees alike, The PERT Consortium™'s 4th Annual National PERT Symposium & Business Meeting was an incredible success. Workshops were standing room only, breakout sessions were highly productive, and the auditorium was packed.
We want to thank all of our participants and attendees for making the 4th Annual National PERT Symposium & Business Meeting a true milestone for The PERT Consortium™. Our multi-disciplinary mission to continue the advancement of pulmonary embolism research, management, and treatment will continue to have a positive impact on PE now and into the future.
To celebrate the success of this year's meeting, we'd like to share with you a gallery of photos from our Nashville meeting that captures the essence of The PERT Consortium- all of the professional, motivated, and like-minded medical colleagues- both domestic and international, that make our organization a success. Follow the link below!
As always, stay tuned for more news and events happening with The PERT Consortium. We'll be posting information for the 5th Annual National PERT Symposium coming to Boston in the Fall of 2019. If you haven't already done so, don't forget to follow us on Twitter @PERTConsortium and also sign up for our newsletter so you're always up to date on everything PERT.
Industry leading pulmonary embolism research and collaboration from experts around the world.
Heard from the experts as they debated Anti-coagulation Alone versus Lysis: pros and cons.
A culmination of leading pulmonary embolism researchers and their work.
The latest advances in the diagnosis, risk stratification, and treatment of Pulmonary Embolism (PE).
Topics covered at the Annual Business meeting of the PERT Consortium
"Success, Challenge, & Opportunity".
The Future of PERT: The Research Database
Review of Progress
Priorities / Goals
Interact with current and future members.
Corporate Advisory Comittee
You won't want to miss it!
A Mentoring Event & Networking Opportunity
for the Management of PE & VTE
A re you a trainee, fellow resident or early career attending (finished training within the past two years)? If you weren't able to attend this special Mentoring Event at the Bell Tower held on June 21st sponsored by Cook Medical, you missed a great opportunity to:
Interface with senior members of the PERT Consortium & world experts in PE & VTE
Enjoy educational case-based interactive discussion
Network with other trainees & early career individuals
The PERT Consortium (Pulmonary Embolism Response Team)
Held on June 22nd & 23rd at the Sheraton Grand downtown Nashville, Tennessee.
623 Union St, Nashville, TN