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
Tel: + 44 (0) 131 247 3636