Event Listings

  • 05 Jul

    Meeting Of The UK Renal Trials Network

        

    The next meeting of the UKRTN will take place at the London Royal College of Physicians on the 5th of July. If you would like to submit a trial proposal for discussion, please email Thomas Hiemstra (tfh24@cam.ac.uk). The UKRTN provides the opportunity to discuss trial proposals with leading UK adult and paediatric nephrology trialists, an experienced trials statistician, health economist, and patient experts, and offers an opportunity to strengthen proposols through independent expert input. Early discussion is encouraged. Projects submitted to the UKRTN may be formally endorsed in support of funding applications. Informal enquiries are welcome. 

    The UKRTN is an initiative of the UK Kidney Research Consortium.

  • 26 Aug

    24th Budapest Nephrology School

    The 24th Budapest Nephrology School will be held this year from the 26th to the 31st of August. It is one of the most well-known refresher courses in the field of nephrology in Europe. It attracted many young physicians from 68 countries in the last two and a half decades.

    The School on Nephrology, Hypertension, Dialysis, Transplantation and Nephropathology is held under the auspices of ISN, ERA-EDTA, IFKF and ISP, with the participation of distinguished international faculty. The 30 faculty members represent 8 European countries, as well as the US and Japan.

    The 24th Budapest Nephrology School is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). Last year the 23rd Budapest Nephrology School was designated for a maximum of 27 hours of European external CME credits. For Hungarian participants the course is accredited by OFTEX for 50 credits.

    We continue with the successful initiatives such as “Meet the Professors” and the poster discussions, to encourage the lively and fruitful interaction amongst the participants and the members of the faculty. We also plan to implement some changes, including adding special emphasis on nephropathology. A full day will be devoted to the developments in renal pathology and its effects on clinical practice. This is made possible with the cooperation of the Renal Pathology Society.

    The participation fee (early bird: € 750, regular: € 900) includes: attendance at the nephrology refresher CME course, a certificate of attendance, coffee breaks and lunches, admittance to the 15th International Wine and Health Symposium, an evening cruise on the Danube, an organ recital at St. Stephen’s Basilica, a sightseeing tour with a visit to the Hungarian Parliament, the farewell reception, and last but not least Hungarian hospitality.

    Participants have free access to the electronic version of the “Nephrology, Hypertension, Dialysis, Transplantation from Pathophysiology to Bio-Psycho-Social Aspects” (L. Rosivall).

    Go to the Website to find out more: www.bns-hungary.hu

  • 07 Sep

    ESPN 7-9 September 2017

    The programme will be presented to ESPN council at IPNA and after that the website will be launched.  Please bookmark it ready to add to your favourites: www.espn2017.org

    As part of ESPN's 50th birthday celebrations, there are plans to produce something that will commemorate the last 50 years of developments in paediatric nephrology in Europe.  If you are a retired member and willing to share memories of the early years of the ESPN, we would like to hear them and perhaps take a short video clip sharing them.  Please can you email Heather Maxwell (Heather.Maxwell@ggc.scot.nhs.uk) or Yincent Tse (Yincent.Tse@nuth.nhs.uk) if you are willing to be involved or if you have any historical material such as programmes or photos from old meetings.  
  • 11 Sep

    Fellows Day - Kidney Research UK's Annual Conference

    Kidney Research UK's annual conference (priority will be given to our previous and existing alumni and researchers). The programme will feature a number of prestigious international speakers including:

    • Professor Pierre Ronco, Professor of Nephrology & Physiology Tenon Hospital, Paris, France; speaking on 'Membranous Nephropathy';
    • Professor Steven Harper, Senior Clinical Lecturer and Academic Consultant University of Bristol; speaking on 'How the glomerulus works - or so you thought';
    • Professor Dontscho Kerjaschki, Head of Clinical Department of Pathology, Medical University of Vienna, Austria; speaking on 'Human lymphatic biology and pathology, and its relevance in renal transplant biology'.

     Click here for more details.

  • 14 Sep

    Supportive Care for the Renal Patient 2017

    September 14th - 15th 2017

    Location: Hammersmith Hospital, London

    This annual interactive course for renal and palliative care professionals aims to improve management at end of life for renal patients by increasing awareness of holistic needs and enhancing communication. Use of small group discussions enables networking to share practice. The theme for this year's meeting is "Communication to avoid conflict". Spaces are limited, so please register early. You can register at https://www.regonline.co.uk/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventID=1904600 . Please Click Here for the course flyer

  • 26 Sep

    Oxford Ghent Dialysis and Transplantation Summer School 2017

    September 26th - September 30th, 2017 - Corpus Christi College, Oxford, UK

    An interactive course for young practising nephrologists

    Full details are available here.

  • 28 Sep

    10th UK Annual Dialysis Conference, The Lowry, Manchester

    Please click here to view the Programme

    Please click here to download the registration form
  • 05 Oct

  • 10 Oct

    UCL Renal Transplatation Course

    The course is designed to cover a wide range of clinically important topics in transplantation, from pre-transplant assessment of recipients, donor assessment and histocompatibility to transplant surgery and surgical complications, followed by management of post-transplant medical and immunological complications, recurrent disease and transplant pathology. It will be run over three days, with each day having a specific theme, so that the course can be attended in a modular fashion if desired. Some topics will be presented in a lecture format, whilst others will be presented in round-table group discussions with clinical cases covering the complex donor and recipient scenarios encountered in clinical practice.  The international faculty has extensive specialist and subspecialist experience in transplantation.

    Who it is for? 
    The course is designed for consultant and trainee nephrologists who have an interest in transplantation, and for recently appointed consultant and trainee transplant surgeons.

    Registration/Fees

    Three days

    Per day

    SPR/SHO/Staff grade

    £250

    £100

    RFH/UCL staff

    £200

    £80

    Consultant/GP

    £300

    £130

    Registration includes lunch and tea/coffee during the breaks. Registration and payment is via UCL Online Store

    1-Day free registration for NHS Nursing Staff

    We are able to offer NHS nursing staff free registration for one day of the course. Please email Med.Cfnevents@ucl.ac.uk to register for this free place.  NHS nursing staff may choose which day they would like to attend (see list of topics on the attached flyer or at our webpage).

     Accreditation

    CPD credit to be confirmed by the Royal College of Physicians, United Kingdom. 

    Course Administration
    Course Administrator:  Kate Henderson
    UCL Centre for Nephrology, Royal Free Campus,
    Rowland Hill Street, London NW3 2PG.
    Email: Med.Cfnevents@ucl.ac.uk
    Tel: 020 7794 0500 Ext 36596
    Web: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/nephrology/teaching/courses-2017/renal-transplantation-course-2017

  • 13 Oct

    12th Annual Scientific Meeting Of The Cardiorenal Forum

    Improving treatments in cardiorenal patients

    Friday 13 October 2017 
    9.30 am to 5.00 pm 
     
    Royal College of 
    Obstetricians and 
    Gynaecologists, London
     
    Early-bird registration 
    fees: £100 doctors; £60
    concessions; £200 commercial
    organisations
    6 CPD credits 
    are awarded by the 
    Royal College of Physicians
     
    This meeting is endorsed by 
    The Renal Association, The 
    British Society for Heart Failure 
    and the Irish Nephrology Society

    For Further Details visit:  http://cardiorenalforum.com/
  • 17 Nov

    Nephrology Day for General Paediatricians

    Brief description:

    This one day course aims to give a full overview of paediatric nephrology by selecting different themes each year and presenting them in a way which will be suitable for general paediatricians.

    Cost:                 £175.00 (Early bird fee until 05/10/17)

                              £225.00 (Standard fee from 06/10/17)

    Course Director:

    Professor Lesley Rees, Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist and Lead Clinician, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London

    Who should attend?

    The course has been well-attended over many years, predominantly by General Paediatricians, Paediatricians with an interest in nephrology, and Paediatric Nephrologists in training.

    Contact ICH Events: Tel. +44 (0)207 905 2699; e-mail ich.events@ucl.ac.uk   

    Link: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ich/short-courses-events/short-courses-events-publication/nephrology-day-general-paediatricians/nov2017

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