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Post-graduate course

Beating the Challenges: Optimizing the Quality of Life of Kidney Patients | SLMC Post-graduate Course

Beating the Challenges: Optimizing the Quality of Life of Kidney Patients | SLMC Post-graduate Course


In the continuous thrust towards promoting advancements and ensuring adherence to the international standard of excellence in patient care, training, and research, the Section of Nephrology of St. Luke's Medical Center in Quezon City is hereby organizing its 13th Postgraduate course entitled "Beating the Challenges: Optimizing the Quality of Life of Kidney Patients".The organizers have carefully selected topics of significant interests. It is our goal that this will have practical impact on the day to day clinical practice of nephrologists and non-nephrologists alike. 


Managing the Difficult Dialysis Patient

Managing the Difficult Dialysis Patient


The Department of Adult Nephrology of the National Kidney and Transplant Institute is inviting all dialysis practitioners to attend the 22nd Postgraduate Course in Dialysis this coming October 22 to 24, 2015 at the Conference Halls of the Institute.

 

Carrying the theme, “Managing the Difficult Dialysis Patient”, the carefully planned scientific program will cover the clinical challenges and complexities in taking care of the dialysis patient.

 

The course offers a full scientific program featuring 54 highly relevant and informative lectures that will be delivered by leading local experts. It will also have pre-convention workshops on peritoneal dialysis and continuous renal replacement therapy and separate workshops for the renal technician and dietician. This year, a highly respected luminary in the field of Nephrology from Japan, Dr. Ikuno Makane, will be coming over to talk about the Japanese method dialysis.

 

This year about 1,300 delegates from all over the country are expected to register for the meeting. Due to the limited venue space, the course will be offered on limited slots, on a first come, first served basis. The convention proper will be open to the first 200 MDs and 900 RNs, while the pre-congress activities will only accept 100, 50, 100 and 50 participants for the PD, CRRT, renal technician and renal dietician workshops respectively.

 

As a gentle reminder, there will be no on-site registration. The registration starts on September 21, 2015 and the registration rates are as follow:

 

PRE-CONVENTION WORKSHOPS

October 22, 2015

Registration Fee

(Php)

  1. Peritoneal Dialysis

MDs = 2,000

RNs = 1,800

  1. CRRT

1,000

  1. Renal Technician

500

  1. Renal Dietician

1,000

CONVENTION PROPER

October 23 & 24, 2015

Consultant = 2,000

Fellow/Resident in-training = 1,800

RN/Technician/Dietician = 1,800

 

 

All payments are non-refundable. Once the registration slots are already taken, the organizing committee reserves the right to decline any intended payment or reservation.

 

For further inquiries and pre-registration, you may contact the secretariat through the following:

                        Tel. No. (02) 981-0400 local 2109 (CAPD Clinic)

                        Mobile no. 0927-35229400 (Ms. Maila Almirez, RN)

                        Email Address: pd@nkti.gov.ph

 

With much anticipation, we look forward to seeing you in October in what promises to be a truly enriching educational scientific experience. Together, let us learn the best practices on how to treat and improve the lives of our dialysis patients.