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Nephrology for acute physicians
4th February 2015
W12 Conferences, Hammersmith Hospital, London
Course Programme*
09.00-09.10
Introduction
09.10-10.30
Assessment of the patient with renal impairment
Diagnostics in renal disease: What, why and when?
10.30-10.45
Coffee
10.45-12.45
Acute kidney injury
Definition, prevention and management of AKI with a review of the national
guidelines
AKI in specific conditions: management of contrast nephropathy, cardiorenal
syndrome, hepatorenal syndrome and sepsis. Interactive case discussions with
review of the evidence.
12.45-13.30
Lunch
13.30-15.00
Chronic kidney disease
Definition, stages and prevention of progression.
Complications of CKD, case based discussions with an update of the evidence:
Anaemia: when does anaemia of renal disease occur and who needs EPO
Renal bone disease: understanding renal bone disease and how to manage it
Hypertension and renovascular disease: National guidelines on management of
hypertension and applications to renal patients
Diabetic nephropathy: an update on management
15.00-15.15
Coffee
15.15-16.30
Renal replacement therapies
Principles of dialysis and management of the dialysis patient outside of the
renal unit.
Principles of transplantation and management of the transplant patient
outside of the renal unit.
16.30-17.00
Prescribing in renal disease: considerations and common mistakes
17.00
Close
Course Objectives
Intensive one day course aimed at general medics (from CT1 level to consultants) on the
management of renal failure, both acute and chronic in the secondary care environment. Any
doctor involved in the care of patients at risk of acute kidney injury and running an unselected
medical on call is likely to benefit. The course will be taught by consultant nephrologists and will
involve both evidence based theory and practical case based examples. The course price is set at
£50 per delegate.
Presenters
Dr Peter Hill
Consultant Nephrologist, Imperial College Kidney and Transplant Centre
Dr Neil Duncan
Consultant Nephrologist, Imperial College Kidney and Transplant Centre /Clinical
lead in Haemodialysis Imperial College/ Joint Lead for the Acute Kidney Injury
Network North West London
Dr Damien Ashby
Consultant Nephrologist, Imperial College Kidney and Transplant Centre
Dr Christopher Lawrence
Consultant Nephrologist, The Lister Hospital, Stevenage
Dr Michelle Willicombe
Acting Consultant Nephrologist/Clinical Lecturer
Dr Allyson Egan
Medical Education Fellow/Post-CCT Fellow in nephrology, Imperial College NHS
Trust
Dr Tom Connor
NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Nephrology, Imperial College NHS Trust
Dr Tom Oates
Nephrology SpR, Imperial College NHS Trust
Dr Richard Corbett
Clinical Research Fellow, Imperial College.
Dr Stephen McAdoo
NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Nephrology, Imperial College NHS Trust
For registration or further information please contact the course organisers Dr M.Willicombe
([email protected]) or Dr C.Clarke ([email protected]).
Details on the conference centre and its location maybe found at www.w12conferences.co.uk
*Course time table and speakers are subject to change
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