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Dialysis Academy Spring 2019

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Postgraduate Medical Education Centre

Fulham Palace Road

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The Dialysis Academy Spring 2019 brings high calibre teachers who will use multimedia and interactive tools to bear communicating cutting-edge concepts and treatments for people treated with dialysis. These fit the practical learning objectives of anyone caring for patients on dialysis and the curriculum needs of specialist trainees in renal medicine. We are proud to have engaged doctors, nurses, and allied health professionals who have helped design the Academy over the last 3 years

Neill Duncan, Damien Ashby, Rachna Bedi, Edwina Brown, Ann Chu, Richard Corbett, Ginny Prout.

The Course Committee, Imperial College Renal and Transplant Centre


DAY ONE Thursday 7th March 2019

Chair: SR Ginny Prout and Dr Neill Duncan

0900-1100 Do Direct Oral AntiCoagulants have a place in dialysis?

Ms Rachna Bedi, Head of Renal Pharmacy, ICRTC

Ms Georgia Jordan, Renal Pharmacist, ICRTC

COFFEE 1100-1130

1130-1300 Peer Support in Dialysis

Sr Eleri Wood, Renal Nurse Consultant, Kings College London

Ms Michelle Delon, Renal Social Worker and Counsellor, ICRTC

Sr Ginny Prout, Lead Dialysis Nurse, ICRTC

Cross-table Panel Discussion

LUNCH 1300-1330

Chair: Dr Neill Duncan

1330-1430 UK Calciphylaxis Study - How can we study Rare Diseases in Dialysis Patients?

Dr Smeeta Sinha, Renal Consultant, Clinical Director Renal Services, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

TEA 1430-1500

1500-1600 Difficult Dialysis Cases - Taking the Lead from Specialist Registrars

Dr Ann Chu, Renal Specialist Registrar, ICRTC

Dr Sarah Gleeson, Renal Specialist Registrar, ICRTC

With multidisciplinary panel:

Dr Neill Duncan (Nephrologist), Sr Eleri Wood (Renal Nurse Consultant), Ms Michelle Delon (Social Worker/Counsellor), Ms Rachna Bedi (Pharmacist), Sr Maura Appelbe (Acute Dialysis), Sr Ginny Prout (Dialysis), Ms Ruth Kander (Dietician)

1600-1700 Successful assisted PD for the Frail

Dr Helen Hurst Consultant Nurse Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Prof Edwina Brown, Renal Consultant, Prof Renal Medicine, ICRTC

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DAY TWO Friday 8th March 2019

Chair: Sr Ginny Prout and Dr Neill Duncan

0900-1100 Haemodiafiltration - what can be in it and why another trial?" CONVINCE us

Prof Andrew Davenport, Renal Consultant, Prof Renal Medicine, Royal Free Hospital

COFFEE 1100-1130

1130-1300 Stroke in End Stage Renal Failure

Dr Albert Power, Renal Consultant, Clinical Director, North Bristol Hospital

LUNCH 1300-1330

1330-1430 Relationship between Cerebral Blood Flow and Cognitive Function in Haemodialysis Patients

Dr Mark Duncan Findlay, Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences and The Glasgow Renal & Transplant Unit, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, UK

TEA 1430-1500

Chair: Dr Richard Corbett

1500-1600 Antimicrobial Stewardship in Dialysis Patients - God, Bad and Ugly

Ms Hannah Puntan, Lead Dialysis Pharmacist, ICRTC

Dr Anan Ghazy, Microbiology Consultant, ICRTC

Dr Rawya Charif, Renal Consultant, ICRTC

1600-1700 DIALYSIS DEBATE – A hot topic to be announced!

Prof Jeremy Levy, Renal Consultant, Prof Medicine Practice, ICRTC

Dr Damien Ashby, Renal Consultant, ICRTC

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Closing remarks: Dr Neill Duncan


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