Annual Membership:

£20

Overseas Membership:

£30

Ward Membership:

£100

If you or a colleague would like to join the SVN you can either join on line at www.svn.org.uk, paying via paypal.

Email Sue Ward on email susan.ward@bsuh.nhs.uk

By post to Sue Ward, Vascular Nurse Specialist, The Vascular Assessment Unit, The Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, BN2 5BE, tel 01273 696955 bleep 8213

Or Bacs transfer and email or letter to Sue Ward as above.

Individual Membership Benefits

  • Individual Membership Benefits
  • Providing a portfolio of core competencies for vascular nurses
  • 4 editions a year of the members publication “Vascular Matters”
  • Reduced entry into the Vascular Societies Annual National Conference, nurses encouraged to present
  • A society Website: www.svn.org.uk,
  • Regional groups funded by the SVN which aim to provide networking opportunities for vascular nurses within the UK by half/ full day forums (details of locations/ leaders provided on separate sheet / newsletter)
  • Vascular Nurse Specialist group meetings to provide informal opportunities for VNS’s to share developments and practices and support for each other
  • Affiliation with other societies e.g. Vascular Surgical Society (VSS), Society of Vascular Technologists (SVT) and the British Vascular Foundation (BVF) and Amputee Research Forum, Venous forum
  • Bursary awards for education and development pursuits, ( To be eligible to apply you must have been an individual member for three months, and can be awarded one every three years)
  • Opportunities to apply for research study grants
  • Staff Nurse development secondment to the SVN National committee.
  • Provide advice, support and workshops to help members undertake research and to present and publish their results

Individual Membership Benefits

  • International Membership Benefits
  • Providing a portfolio of core competencies for vascular nurses
  • 4 editions a year of the members publication “Vascular Matters”
  • Reduced entry into the Vascular Societies Annual National Conference, nurses encouraged to present
  • A society Website: www.svn.org.uk,
  • Regional groups funded by the SVN which aim to provide networking opportunities for vascular nurses within the UK by half/ full day forums (details of locations/ leaders provided on separate sheet / newsletter)
  • Vascular Nurse Specialist group meetings to provide informal opportunities for VNS’s to share developments and practices and support for each other
  • Affiliation with other societies e.g. Vascular Surgical Society (VSS), Society of Vascular Technologists (SVT) and the British Vascular Foundation (BVF) and Amputee Research Forum, Venous forum
  • Bursary awards for education and development pursuits, ( To be eligible to apply you must have been an individual member for three months, and can be awarded one every three years)
  • Opportunities to apply for research study grants
  • Staff Nurse development secondment to the SVN National committee.
  • Provide advice, support and workshops to help members undertake research and to present and publish results.

Ward Membership Benefits

  • Ward Membership Benefits
  • Providing a portfolio of core competencies for vascular nurses
  • 4 editions a year of the members publication “Vascular Matters”, (wards receive 5 copies)
  • Reduced entry into the Vascular Societies Annual National Conference, nurses encouraged to present
  • A society Website: www.svn.org.uk,
  • Regional groups funded by the SVN which aim to provide networking opportunities for vascular nurses within the UK by half/ full day forums (details of locations/ leaders provided on separate sheet / newsletter)
  • Vascular Nurse Specialist group meetings to provide informal opportunities for VNS’s to share developments and practices and support for each other
  • Affiliation with other societies e.g. Vascular Surgical Society (VSS), Society of Vascular Technologists (SVT) and the British Vascular Foundation (BVF) and Amputee Research Forum, Venous forum
  • Staff Nurse development secondment to the SVN National committee.
  • Provide advice, support and workshops to help members undertake research and to present and publish results