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Maria Z. Boland

Whiteley Clinic Research Fellow – 2008


Maria Z Boland Whiteley Clinic

Maria is a fourth year medical student at UCL. She was just about to start medical school in summer 2008 when she spent some time doing an audit into whether people who had had one leg treated for varices returned to have a second leg treated and also spent time in theatre looking at the different recoveries of patients treated with different lasers.

In 2010/2011 she returned to investigate the progression of the clinc over the previous five years looking specifically at whether people now came into the clinic for fewer operations/appointments but for the same number of procedures.

International Presentations to learned Societies from Whiteley Clinic Research Fellow post 2008

Prize session: 10th International Symposium on Endovascular Therapeutics – SITE 2013 – Barcelona, May 2013

The Evolution of Endovenous Treatment in a Single Unit between 2006 and 2011. Reducing the Number of Treatment Visits and Endovenous Devices required per Patient

Thomas C, Boland M, Whiteley M

Published Abstracts from Whiteley Clinic Summer Research Fellow post 2008

The Evolution of Endovenous Treatment in a Single Unit between 2006 and 2011. Reducing the Number of Treatment Visits and Endovenous Devices required per Patient

Thomas C, Boland M, Whiteley M – Tecnicas endovasculares April 2013; Vol XVI (1): 305-6

International Poster Presentations from Whiteley Clinic Research Fellow post 2008

10th International Symposium on Endovascular Therapeutics – SITE 2013 – Barcelona, May 2013

The Evolution of Endovenous Treatment in a Single Unit between 2006 and 2011. Reducing the Number of Treatment Visits and Endovenous Devices required per Patient

Thomas C, Boland M, Whiteley M

National Poster Presentations from Whiteley Clinic Summer Research Fellow post 2008

Venous Forum of The Royal Society of Medicine – London, April 2012

5 year audit of number of visits and endovenous devices required for walk-in walk-out endovenous surgery for varicose veins under local anaesthesia.

MZ Boland, BA Price, MS Whiteley