Finding the Log In

The Log In can be found at the top right-hand side of this page. Log in with your SVS Username and Password.

How do I retrieve my login information? 
If you do not remember your username or password, click “Forgot Username” or “Forgot Password” on the Log In page. If you require further assistance, please contact education@vascularsociety.org or membership@vascularsociety.org.  

Identifying if you are a Physician or Non-Physician
When you Log In for the first time, you may be prompted to identify yourself as a Physician or Non-Physician. In the future, SVS will be offering CME credit at the conclusion of successfully completed courses offered through SVS OnDemand. When this occurs, this information will be tied to the type of certificate you will be issued at the conclusion of the course. If you receive the incorrect certificate or need assistance with this portion of the website, please contact education@vascularsociety.org. Note, at the time of launching the new SVS OnDemand (January 2021) no courses offer CME credit or other types of credit.

Updating information with the Society for Vascular Surgeons
Please contact membership@vascularsociety.org.


At the time of launching the new SVS Education Portal, access to the VAM19 Collection, VRIC, the Video Library and the Atlas is provided to members of the Society for Vascular Surgery as a member benefit. If you are not a current member of SVS click here for information on how to apply for membership.
Access to the VAM20 Collection is FREE to SVS members in good standing who attended 2020 SVS OnLine is available for purchase:
Members: $60
Candidate Members: $0
Non-members: $80
Member pricing and discounts will be applied at checkout. 

Difference between SVS OnDemand and the SVS Video Library
The Video Library offers SVS members exclusive access to a wide variety of “just-in-time” surgical technique videos presented at previous VAM.  These videos are specifically the “How do I videos” and videos from the plenary session. In the future, SVS will provide instructions on how members can submit video content.

Description of the content in the Atlas
The Vascular Atlas is a living online medical resource that provides healthcare professionals with up-to-date information to assist in patient care. Updated by members of the Society of Vascular Surgeons, there are currently five resources available with more to come, including instructions on how you can submit new content to the Atlas.


VAM20 Collection content 
To purchase the VAM20 Collection, click on the “Access VAM20 Collection” button at the top of the VAM20 Collection page, and then click the “Add to Cart” button at the bottom of the page.

Payment options for fee-based courses
The following major credit cards can be used for online payments: VISA, MasterCard, and American Express.
Issue with purchasing a course

If you receive an error message when trying to use a credit card to purchase an activity, please contact education@vascularsociety.org or call (312) 334-2300 or (800) 258-7188 during office hours.

Refund or exchange policy
SVS will not issue any refunds or exchanges for educational products or courses purchased online. Please review the entire product or activity description prior to purchase.


Searching for educational courses
Click on the “Catalog” in the top banner.  You can search by Topic and Format or just Topic.  Type the course name, or any keywords into the “Find a course” box at top right-hand side of this page, or at the top of the Catalog page.

Refining your search results
On the catalog page, if you need to refine your search, click on any of the buttons located on the left-hand side of your screen.  You can select by topic areas and format.  To go back to the full listing, just uncheck any boxes that you checked to refine your search, and the catalog will return to list all courses. In the future, SVS will offer courses that offer Credit, you will be able to refine your search by clicking to see which courses offer the type of credit you are looking for.  

Launching a course 
Once on the catalog page, and logged in, click on the title of the course you wish to start.  If you have access and have already purchased the course, there will be a “Start button” on the right-hand side of your screen.  Launch an activity by clicking the “Start” button.  

Navigating through a course
After you launch an activity, you will see a “Course Progress” menu on the left-hand side of the screen. In the future, when SVS offers courses that offer CME credit, you will be required to follow steps within this menu to complete to receive a certificate and the credit associated with the course.


  • High speed internet connection
  • Latest versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari
  • Media/Audio software, such as Windows Media Player or Quicktime
  • Computer equipped with audio output (such as speakers or headphones)
  • Free Adobe Acrobat Reader (download)
  • JavaScript enabled
  • Pop-up windows enabled 

This site is compatible with smartphones and tablets. For optimal site performance:

  • Avoid using the “Back” button when navigating this site.
  • Phone and iPad users should avoid switching between Landscape and Portrait mode while viewing a course.  In your settings, you may want to lock your orientation.
  • Use Google Chrome for the best experience 


The opinions or views expressed on the SVS OnDemand platform and the SVS Video Library are those of the faculty and do not necessarily reflect the opinions, recommendations, or endorsement of SVS. Participants should critically appraise the information presented and are encouraged to consult appropriate resources for information surrounding any product or device mentioned. Information presented, as well as publications, technologies, products and/or services discussed, are intended to inform the learner about the knowledge, techniques, and experiences of SVS faculty who are willing to share such information with colleagues. The SVS disclaims any and all liability for damages to any individual user for all claims which may result from the use of said information, publications, technologies, products and/or services and events.