Event Listings

  • 01 Sep

    Frontiers in Transplantation 2014

    Frontiers in Transplantation is a two-day course in translational transplantation biology with a focus on cell therapy to modulate the immune system and state-of-the-art liver transplantation.

    It will cover recent developments in basic transplantation immunology alongside the latest cutting-edge clinical research, with an emphasis on the 'bench-to-bedside' strategies being pursued within the MRC Centre for Transplantation at Guy's Hospital and King's College London.

    At the end of the two day course, attendees will have gained insights into:

    • The problems facing transplantation due to activation of the innate immune system
    • Immune activation by alloantigens
    • Mechanisms of tolerance
    • Hepatocyte transplantation
    • Liver regeneration
    • Immunosuppression withdrawal
    • State of the art research in liver transplantation
    • State of the art research in bone marrow transplantation
    • Mesenchymal stem cells in transplantation

    The course has been quality assured by the King's Health Partners Education Academy.


    1st – 2nd September 2014


    Guy's Hospital, London



    Registration website


    Please click here to to view the flyer and click here to view the draft Progrmame

  • 06 Sep

    15th Congress of the International Society of Peritoneal Dialysis

    Sunday 7 -  Wednesday 10 September 2014




    15th Congress of the International society of Peritoneal Dialysis


    International society of Peritoneal Dialysis


    ISPD 2014


    September 7th,  2014


    September 10 th, 2014






    Palacio Municipal de Congresos




    Tilesa Kenes Spain


    Londres, 17


    CP. 28028

    City, Country

    Madrid, España


    Tel. +34 91 361 2600


    Fax: +34 91 355 9208




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    Peritoneal Dialysis


    To register for this event please click here.


  • 12 Sep

    Scottish Renal Association/Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Joint Symposium

    Friday 12 September 2014

    At Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

    Despite a fall in the incidence of established renal failure, the prevalence continues to rise. Making good clinical decisions for patients with established renal failure is challenging due to associated co-morbidity, paucity of clinical trial evidence, expense of therapies and ethical considerations. This symposium will explore some of these challenging clinical decisions through a programme of interactive case presentations, lectures and formal debate by recognised experts in the field.

    This joint symposium is aimed at clinicians in multidisciplinary teams who are involved in the management of patients with advanced chronic kidney disease, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists and dieticians.

    Medical and nursing abstracts for oral presentation are sought and should be submitted by 5pm, Friday 1 August 2014.

    Full details on programme, registration and abstract submission from: http://bit.ly/1icwRZP

    (early bird discount deadline Thursday 14 August 2014)


    Contact:  Margaret Farquhar, Education Co-ordinator

    Email: m.farquhar@rcpe.ac.uk

    Tel: + 44 (0) 131 247 3636

  • 15 Sep

    Management of Chronic Kidney Disease

    Management of Chronic Kidney Disease. 16th – 19th September 2014. A four day course introducing the underlying scientific background, pathophysiology and clinical management of people with chronic kidney disease. Optional accreditation leads to a Masters level Postgraduate Award.

    Please click here to downlaod the flyer.

    Contact: Dr Charlotte Moonan,
    Tel - 024 7652 3540.
    Website: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/lifesci/study/shortcourses/kidney/ckd

  • 25 Sep

    7th Annual Home Therapies Conference Manchester 2014

     Topics include :

    • Survey of current practice & trends in UK home dialysis
    • Emerging dialysis technologies in 2014
    • Dialysis Ideas worth Spreading
    • Transforming care models
    • Patient pathway workshops
    • Sustainable Program management
    • Ask the experts : Question time
    • Progress in research and innovation
    • Practical Demos of machines, tools and systems and much more……

      (Lectures and workshops delivered by a faculty of national and international experts

      Please Click here to download the flyer.


  • 26 Sep

    AKI Frontiers meeting at the RSM

    Please click here to visit the website to find out more about this one day meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine.
  • 31 Oct

    Third International Meeting on Transplantation - How much Risk can You Take (and What to do If it all Goes Pear Shaped)

    University of Warwick, Friday October 31st and November 1st  2014

    The third transplant meeting at the University of Warwick will take place at the end of October 2014

    Day 1 – Full day on antibody incompatible transplantation, followed by dinner

    Day 2 – Parallel sessions, one on clinical aspects of transplantation, the other a workshop on histocompatibility

    • Excellent facilities with food, overnight accommodation and car parking at Scarman House, University of Warwick
    • Easy access by rail, rail or air 
    •  National and international speakers
    • Abstract submissions will be invited  

    The theme of the meeting is about confronting extreme risks in transplantation, be they immunological, infectious or indeed any other.

    The programme is taking shape fast and a second announcement with more details will follow soon – but if you have any topics that you’d particularly like to be included, please let us know now.  

    We do hope you will be able to attend, those of you who came to Scarman House in 2012 will know the facilities are excellent, from a social and professional point of view. If you don’t wish to attend both days, day rates will be available.

    For your input or other comments, please contact Robert.Higgins@uhcw.nhs.uk

  • 11 Dec

    Vascular Access for Dialysis

    The aim of this course is to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to set up, organise and provide a vascular access service. Using ultrasound, jigs and unembalmed cadaveric material, participants will acquire all the technical skills to efficiently assess suitability for and perform arterio venous fistulae. In addition, case-based discussion will be utilised to teach management of commonly encountered complications.

    External Links:


    Please click here for the flyer.



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