2021 Nephrology & Transplantation Update Course

NEPHROLOGY & TRANSPLANTATION UPDATE COURSE
28th & 29th August 2021

Registration to the online Nephrology & Transplantation Update Course includes access to the full program below, the Networking Hub, Exhibition Lounge and all virtual networking sessions on the 28th & 29th August 2021.  Registration is separate to the main ANZSN ASM and is an additional cost to attend.  

ANZSN aims to provide access to all recorded sessions to registered delegates for a 3 month period post event.  Availability of recorded sessions will be dependent on consent received from presenters.  

Please note this is a provisional program and subject to change as the program is confirmed. Please check this page regularly for any updates. 

Proudly supporting regional nephrology – Welcome to the joint ANZSN and APSN CME recipients attending the 2021 Nephrology and Transplantation Update Course

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Saturday, 28th August 2021

0830-0900
SPEED NETWORKING ICEBREAKER
Take this opportunity to meet colleagues, sponsors and speakers through small group meetings. Participants will be randomly allocated through a series of four-person 4 minute video chats.  You never know who you might meet!

0900 – 1130
NEW FRONTIERS IN NEPHROLOGY
Participants may attend any session without pre-booking.  All presentations, unless otherwise indicated, will be available on-demand to registered participants for three months post-course.
Participant Welcome
Speaker to be advised
Improving quality and quantity of life of ESRF patients
Professor Angela Webster, NSW
Findings from Starrt Trial
Professor Ron Wald, St Mikes Hospital, Toronto
Speaker to be advised
1130-1200 EXHIBITION & REFRESHMENT BREAK
Visit our sponsors in the Exhibition Lounge or catch up with colleagues through the Meeting Hub
1200-1530
GENERAL NEPHROLOGY
Participants may attend any session without pre-booking.  All presentations, unless otherwise indicated, will be available on-demand to registered participants for three months post-course.
1200-1330
CONCURRENT SESSION ONE

INTERVENTIONAL NEPHROLOGY

INTRINSIC RENAL DISEASE NEPHROLOGY IN PRACTICE PAEDIATRICS RESEARCH
Speakers to be advised Updates on Lupus nephritis
Dr Rosnawati Yahya – APSN speaker, Malaysia


ANCA associated vasculitis: beyond acute severe disease
Professor Richard Kitching, VIC


Update on Membranous nephropathy
Dr Bhadran Bose, QLD

KDIGO guidelines on HTN in CKD
Professor Alfred Cheung, Salt Lake City, Utah


Practical applications of SGLT2 in CKD
Professor Carol Pollock, NSW


Updates on perioperative renal medicine
Dr Fiona Chow, VIC

Speakers to be advised Speakers to be advised
1330-1400 EXHIBITION & REFRESHMENT BREAK
Take a break, have a stretch, visit the sponsors in the Exhibition Lounge, or connect with a colleague in the Meeting Hub.
1400-1530
CONCURRENT SESSION TWO

ESRF

UNIFYING KIDNEY HEALTH NEPHROLOGY IN PRACTICE PAEDIATRICS RESEARCH
Update on haemodialysis
Professor Neil Boudville, WA


Speaker to be advised


Speaker to be advised

Learnings from Indigenous Renal Care
Dr Paul Lawton, NT


Speaker to be advised


Overcoming logistics; dialysis in remote locations
Dr David Voss, NZ

Speaker to be advised


Speaker to be advised


Hypokalaemia; Causes diagnosis and management
Dr Surjit Trafdar, NSW

Speakers to be advised Role of metabolomics in translation care DKD
Professor Reiko Inagi, Tokyo


Speakers to be advised

1553 DAY ONE CONCLUDES
Sunday, 29th November 2020
0830-0855
SPEED NETWORKING ICEBREAKER
Take this opportunity to meet colleagues, sponsors and speakers through small group meetings. Participants will be randomly allocated through a series of four-person 4 minute video chats.  You never know who you might meet!
0900-1130
TRANSPLANTATION
Speaker to be advised
Long term Impact of pandemic on renal transplantation
Professor Kate Wyburn, NSW
Speaker to be advised
Gender Disparities in Kidney Transplantation
Professor Curie Ahn, APSN Speaker, Korea

1130-1200 EXHIBITION & REFRESHMENT BREAK
Visit our sponsors in the Exhibition Lounge or catch up with colleagues through the Meeting Hub

1200 – 1330
TRANSPLANTATION

Speaker to be advised
Initial Transplant Workup by general nephrologist
Professor Wai Lim, WA
Value of drug level monitoring in renal transplantation
Dr David Metz VIC

1330-1400 EXHIBITION & REFRESHMENT BREAK
Visit our sponsors in the Exhibition Lounge or catch up with colleagues through the Meeting Hub

1400-1530
TRANSPLANTATION
Immunological risk stratification and tailored immunosupression
Cancer in kidney transplant patients
Addressing obesity and metabolic complications post renal transplantation
1530 DAY TWO CONCLUDES
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