Renowned experts will cover a variety of topics in hemodialysis from cutting edge research and innovative therapies to clinical challenges and practical aspects of hemodialysis, and even dialysis in prisons and the Graphene Institute.
- Date and time Thu 10 Oct 2019 from 9:00am to 5:00pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Nephrology
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This conference brings together international experts and investigators to provide key updates on developments, and discuss ongoing research and future strategies in acute kidney injury (AKI).
This year there will be a sharp focus on cutting edge scientific and clinical research, best practice, new treatments, prevention and identification, and quality improvement, but will cover much more.
AKI Frontiers 2019 is a one-day symposium that covers the full range of AKI related areas, such as; recent developments in service improvement, innovation, translational research, clinical trials and epidemiology.
AKI Frontiers will bring together a varied audience from academics to clinicians with an interest in AKI from across the healthcare spectrum to the historical setting of the RSM.
- The pathophysiology of AKI
- New potential treatments for AKI
- How to prevent AKI
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This meeting will explore the latest evidence-based ways to practice, teach, and embed empathy within healthcare settings. Delegates will learn about the role and importance of empathy in healthcare from current research, education, policy, practice and patient perspectives.
This series of symposia is sure to intrigue and provide insightful updates and discussions on important aspects of venous diseases including; wounds and healing, varicose vein treatment and a symposium for private practice.