Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, there are travel restrictions in place in many European countries, therefore to ensure the safety of all participants, the CME Introductory Course on Epidemiology has been postponed to 2021.
Many nephrologists perform some kind of research in addition to their clinical duties. The aim of this epidemiology course is to teach nephrologists, pediatric nephrologists, and nephrology researchers basic epidemiology principles and to have them practice their new skills in hands-on sessions (exercises, discussions and SPSS). The knowledge and skills obtained will assist participants to improve the quality of their nephrology research.
Athens Winter School in Nephrology – Focus in Glomerular Diseases
FEBRUARY 27-29, 2020 – ATHENS, GREECE
Join the Athens Winter meeting 2020, an educational event organised by the Immunonephrology Working Group (IWG) of the ERA EDTA and Mayo Clinic (Rochester USA) in collaboration with Hellenic Society of Nephrology. The meeting is mainly focused on glomerular diseases but also covers a wide spectrum of topics in the field of nephrology such as kidney transplantation, chronic kidney diseases and the relation between pregnancy and the kidneys.
3rd European Renal Osteodystrophy (EUROD) Winter meeting
JANUARY 16-18, 2020 – LEUVEN, BELGIUM
Join the European Renal Osteodystrophy (EUROD) Winter meeting 2020 an educational event organised by EUROD, a CKD-MBD Working Group initiative to be held on January 16-18, 2020 in Leuven (Belgium). The meeting boasts the organisation of an EUROD research forum (January 16), especially designed for basic and clinical researchers in CKD-MBD with a focus on the scientific progress in renal bone disease, two CMEs, one on ‘Vitamins and oxidative stress on the cross-roads of bone and vessels’ (January 17) and one entitled ‘The challenge of osteoporosis in CKD’ which also includes case studies.