Blood disorders and the kidney: An update on renal/haematological disorders

Date

Monday 22 May 2017

Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Nephrology Section , British Society for Haematology

Accreditation

6 CPD Points

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about this event

The full day meeting includes a diverse range of haematological and nephrological conditions requiring specialist understanding. Leading experts in each field will present current understanding of pathophysiology and up to date management strategies. 

This meeting will also feature several case discussions during the day to enable dynamic interaction between delegates to enhance learning opportunities.

Key note speakers:

  • Dr Nelson Leung, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA.
  • Professor Beverley Hunt, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
  • Professor Philip Hawkins, National Amyloidosis Centre, UCL Medical School.

objectives:

  • Know about latest approaches to management of renal anaemia and sickle cell nephropathy.
  • Assess thrombotic and bleeding risk in patients with renal disease.
  • Understand current diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for patient with paraproteinaemia.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the pathophysiology of renal thrombotic microangiopathies and treatment approaches.

This meeting is suitable for nephrology and haematology trainees, consultants and nurse specialists however all disciplines are welcome. 

Student bursaries:

The Nephrology Section will be offering 10 bursary places at just £20 to full time undergraduate students who wish to attend this meeting.

Places will be awarded on a first come, first serve basis and eligible candidates should call +44 (0)20 7290 3947 to secure your place (bookings taken on weekdays between 9.00 am to 3.00 pm)

 

agenda

8.30 am

Registration, tea and coffee

8.55 am

Welcome and introduction

Dr Kate Bramham, President, Nephrology Section, RSM

SESSION 1: ANAEMIA

Dr Tim Littlewood, Consultant Haematologist, Churchill Hospital and Professor Iain Macdougall, Consultant Nephrologist, King’s College Hospital

9.00 am

The anaemia of chronic disease

Dr Tim Littlewood, Consultant Haematologist, Churchill Hospital

9.25 am

HIF stabilisers – basic science

Professor Patrick Maxwell, Professor of Physic, Cambridge University

9.50 am

HIF stabilisers - clinical

Professor Iain Macdougall, Consultant Nephrologist, King’s College Hospital

10.15 am

Renal complications in sickle cell disease: A guide to current management

Dr Claire Sharpe, Reader in Renal Medicine, King's College London

10.40 am

Panel discussion

11.00 am

Tea and coffee break

SESSION 2: THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS

Professor Terry Cook, Professor of Renal Pathology, Imperial College London and Professor Bruce Hendry, King's College London

11.20 am

Thrombosis and bleeding in renal disease

Professor Beverley Hunt, Consultant Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

12.00 pm

Bleeding and uraemia: Therapeutic strategies - when to biopsy?

Dr Lara Roberts and Dr Neil Padmanabhan

12.40 pm

Panel discussion

1.00 pm

Lunch

1.45 pm

Nephrology Section AGM

For Section members only

SESSION 3: PLASMA CELL DYSCRASIAS/MYELOMA/AMYLOIDOSIS

Dr Helen Lachmann, National Amyloidosis Centre, UCL Medical School and Dr Reuben Benjamin, Consultant Haematologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Haematology, King's College Hospital

2.00 pm

Monoclonal gammopathy of renal significance: What’s the significance?

Dr Nelson Leung, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA

2.40 pm

Myeloma: Current outcomes and novel treatments

Dr Reuben Benjamin, Consultant Haematologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Haematology, King's College Hospital

3.00 pm

Renal amyloid: Diagnosis and current therapeutic strategies

Professor Philip Hawkins, National Amyloidosis Centre, UCL Medical School

3.20 pm

Para-protein related kidney disease: Illustrative cases

Professor Paul Cockwell, Consultant Nephrologist, Renal Medicine, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

3.40 pm

Panel Discussion

3.55 pm

Tea and coffee break

SESSION 4: TMA AND THE KIDNEY

Dr Danny Gale, Consultant Nephrologist and Senior Lecturer University College London Hospital and Dr Kate Bramham, Consultant Nephrologist, King’s College Hospital

4.15 pm

Renal TMA: Differential diagnoses

Dr Paul Warwicker, Consultant Nephrologist, Lister Hospital

4.35 pm

Pregnancy associated TMA

Dr Edwin Wong, Clinical Lecturer, Newcastle University

4.55 pm

Atypical HUS: Complement genetics and cases

Dr Danny Gale, Consultant Nephrologist, University College London Hospital

5.15 pm

Panel discussion and concluding remarks

Dr Kate Bramham, President, Nephrology Section, RSM

5.30 pm

Close of meeting

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Organised by: American Society of Nephrology
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organiser's details

For information on this event, contact Verity CottonTel: 02072903947 Email: nephrology@rsm.ac.uk arrow