promote health equity by improving the access and delivery of quality healthcare,
provide innovative vascular solutions to black and minority populations through discovery and implementation,
ensure the holistic support of Black vascular surgeons, vascular surgery trainees, vascular surgery aspirants, and diverse health professionals dedicated to the prevention and management of vascular disease.
The Association for Academic Surgery (AAS)/Society of University Surgeons (SUS) Leadership and DEI Committees are accepting applications for the inaugural
JUMP (Junior Underrepresented Mentorship and Promotion) Start program.
Application Deadline Monday, July 25, 2022
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The Society of Black Vascular Surgeons promotes fellowship amongst members through networking, mentorship,
and professional development. The Society has a core mission of Education, Research, Advocacy and Provider Pipeline Development to advance Health Equity. The Society seeks to support policies that improve care and overall outcomes by addressing health(care) disparities in underserved patients with vascular disease.
The Society of Black Vascular Surgeons was founded in 2021.