Thursday 8 and Friday 9 February 2024, 13:00-17:00 GMT
Professor Rukshana Shroff, Professor of Paediatric Nephrology, Great Ormond Street Hospital
This 2-day virtual conference is aimed at doctors and nurses working with children on dialysis. This conference forms part of the core curriculum for training in Paediatric Dialysis as outlined by IPNA, ESPN and ERKNet.
From the basic principles of PD and HD to state-of-the-art lectures, this is your opportunity to hear experts discuss the care of children on dialysis.
- Learn from experts about vascular access for hemodialysis or haemodiafiltration and for peritoneal dialysis.
- Trouble-shooting and managing common problems on PD and HD.
- Understand the relation of uraemic toxins and PD solutions.
- Learn how to manage common complications on haemodialysis.
- Understand the complexities of transition.
- Appreciate the burden of dialysis and learn about quality of life in our patients.
Who should attend:
This event is open to Consultants, Junior Doctors, Nurses and Healthcare professionals working in Paediatric Dialysis.
Industry members £200
Junior Doctors £50
Nurses, Dialysis Technicians, Dietitians £25
Delegates from low and lower-middle income countries FREE
GOSH Staff FREE (please register with your GOSH email address)
Delegates who reside in low and lower-middle income countries (defined according to the World Bank country classification of low income and lower-middle-income economies) can attend the course for free. Countries that fall into these two groups are on the above webpage listed on the right hand side of the page under 'low income' and 'lower middle income'
Please note that registration for tickets will remain on sale until Thursday 8 February 2024, 7:00 GMT.
CPD accreditation from the RCPCH is being applied for. Where approved, the basic unit of CPD activity is 1 hour of learning equals 1 CPD credit.
Please note that this event will be recorded (subject to speakers’ consent), with the recording shared with delegates for a short period (up to three months) post-event.