Séquence FLASH Société Française de Phlébologie

Since its congress in December 2014, the Société Française de Phlébologie has set up a novelty:

What is it about?

A Flash Sequence (FS) is a module lasting between one minute and one minute and thirty seconds maximum.

It is free and open to all of the SFP members, as well as to the industrial partners of the SFP, to convey a message, which however may not in any way be an advertising message. Possible formats can be a PowerPoint presentation with automated transitions, a commented video, or an animation...


The subject must be related to phlebology, bringing scientific, informative, practical or technical data, tips and tricks...


To enable the SFP members to convey short messages, innovative ideas or aids and improvements to current practices...

To allow commercial companies to pass on useful messages, to make a scientific or technical contribution, to promote a healthy competition between participants and to maintain the partnership.

Format, legal obligations

Short presentation (video, animation, PowerPoint in 16/9 format ...) from 1 min to 1 min 30 maximum.

An SFP committee will be responsible for verifying and validating the flash sequences upon reception, on their format, but also on compliance with legal, ethical and deontological obligations.

Images, and music if any, must be free of rights; Non-compliance with these legal obligations shall be binding upon the author. The SFP committee reserves the right not to validate a flash sequence in case of non-justification by the author of a request made on rights to the image or to the music.

The author remains solely responsible for the informative and scientific content of his flash sequence.


  • Doctors or surgeons who are members of the SFP
  • Industry representatives who are SFP partners.

Participation is free. The only condition for submitting a flash sequence is, for SFP members, to be registered in Congress, and for industrialists to be partners of the relevant SFP Congress.

Where and when to send the flash sequence

The flash sequences will have to be sent to the SFP ahead of the congress at: (via WeTransfer if it is a video).

The deadline for receiving the flash sequences is set for each congress.

For the December 2017 congress, the deadline for sending them is October 31, 2017.

Broadcast during the congress

The FSs selection of the SFP committee and its programming will be entrusted to the Board at the beginning of the congress.

      FSs projections, announced by a dedicated jingle, will be made at the beginning and at the end of the sessions throughout the congress. The subject of the FSs can or may not be related to the theme of the session that ends or the one that will start.

      A broadcast will be made permanently on terminals, in the exhibition hall, throughout the congress.

      Several commented FS sessions are programmed. During these sessions, the authors of the selected FSs will have the opportunity to comment on their presentation and answer questions.

      Finally, a FS award ceremony will be scheduled on the Friday evening of the SFP congress.

2017 Flash Sequence Award ceremony

The Flash Sequence Awards ceremony will be held on Friday, December 8, 2017 from 6.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.

Four prizes will be presented during the flash sequence awards ceremony:

  •       A special Jury prize
  •       A didactic prize
  •       An artistic prize
  •       A prize for the industrialists.

The Special Jury prize will be awarded according to the results of the SFP committee votes.

The other prizes will be awarded according to the votes of the congress delegates; these votes will take place during the Congress before the ceremony.

Prices are not cumulative.

Broadcast after the Congress

The FSs validated by the SFP committee are put online each year after the Congress, on the website of the SFP and are permanently viewable.

The FSs from 2014 to 2016 can be viewed on line.

      Every 15th of the month, 2 or 3 FSs of the current year's selection are sent via the Internet by SFP newsletter to a wide audience of the Phlebology world.


Sequence Flash Exemple




76èmes journées de la SFP du 7 au 9 décembre 2017