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National venous RAC SChedule
data analysis and Research
RAC Approved search


Submissions are made separately to the National Arterial RAC and the National Venous RAC – see the schedule below and the link to Abstracts123: http://abstracts123.com/svs1/

(If you do not have a login for Abstracts123, you can create one through the same link)

Bi-Monthly Schedule for National Venous RAC Proposal Submissions

PSO Venous RAC – March 2024 Proposal Submission
Call for Proposals: January 31, 2024
Submission Deadline: February 28, 2024
Review period open: February 29, 2024
Review period close: March 10, 2024
Meeting: March 11, 2024

PSO Venous RAC – May 2024 Proposal Submission
Call for Proposals: April 3, 2024
Submission Deadline: May 1, 2024
Review Period open: May 2, 2024
Review Period close: May 12, 2024
Meeting: May 13, 2024

PSO Venous RAC – July 2024 Proposal Submission
Call for Proposals: May 29, 2024
Submission Deadline: June 26, 2024
Review period open: June 27, 2024
Review period close: July 7, 2024
Meeting: July 8, 2024

PSO Venous RAC – September 2024 Proposal Submission
Call for Proposals: July 31, 2024
Submission Deadline: August 28, 2024
Review period open: August 29, 2024
Review period close: September 8, 2024
Meeting: September 9, 2024

PSO Venous RAC – November 2024 Proposal Submission
Call for Proposals: October 2, 2024
Submission Deadline: October 30, 2024
Review period open: October 31, 2024
Review period close: November 10, 2024
Meeting: November 11, 2024

data analysis and research

SVS VQI physicians may request de-identified datasets from each SVS VQI registry for analysis. The SVS PSO Arterial Research Advisory Council (RAC) reviews and evaluates requests for datasets by investigators, who provide the RAC with a description of their proposed project.

Proposals are evaluated by the Arterial Research Advisory Council every other, and the Venous Research Advisor Council in the other months.

If investigators receive approval for their projects, the investigators then use the dataset(s) to support presentations and publications, based on SVS VQI data.


The Canadian Vascular Quality Initiative (CVQI) is a voluntary, cooperative group of clinicians, hospital administrators, and research personnel organized to improve the care of patients with vascular disease. By collecting and exchanging information, the CVQI strives to continuously improve the quality, safety, effectiveness, and cost of vascular healthcare.