VEITHsymposium and BLearning, the digital education division of BIBA Medical, are pleased to announce a collaboration on the creation and dissemination of digital education video content, which will be filmed at the 46th Annual VEITHsymposium in New York, USA (19–23 November 2019, New York City).
VEITHsymposium is a leading global conference covering all aspects of vascular medicine, vascular surgery and endovascular intervention. BIBA Medical’s mission is to provide education, news, and insights to connect the global community of physicians, healthcare providers, and medical manufacturing industry. BLearning is the company’s video production capability that seeks to develop and deliver high-quality digital education content.
As part of this specific co-operation project, the VEITHsymposium leadership will work closely with BLearning to create and realise the filming, production and release of digital education videos that will be filmed in a dedicated studio during this year’s conference. The videos will be released on the VEITHsymposium website and its social media as well as BIBA Medical’s flagship newspaper sites, Vascular News and Interventional News, and their associated social media channels.
“VEITH TV is a new initiative from VEITHsymposium that is designed to extend the meeting’s global digital presence and impact throughout the year, after the five days of symposium in New York. Interesting video highlights and late-breaking information will be filmed by our expert faculty during the meeting, edited professionally and released in a timely fashion to provide vital educational material to keep the vascular community clinically up-to-date. This material may also include exciting new developments from our industry partners,” said Frank J Veith, chairman of VEITHsymposium.
“It is a privilege for BLearning to collaborate with VEITHsymposium. The creation of a dedicated studio will ensure that many of the key highlights of the outstanding education presented at VEITHsymposium can be shared with the global vascular community in a new, watchable format,” said Stephen Greenhalgh, business development director, BIBA Medical.