NEPHROLOGY UPDATE COURSE


SKYCITY Convention Centre

Level 5, New Zealand Room 3 & 4

SATURDAY 25 AUGUST

Co-Chairs: Dr Vincent Lee, Dr Janak DeZoysa

0830–0915Lupus nephritis
  Dr Fiona Brown
  Monash Medical Centre, Clayton, VIC
0915–1000Thrombotic microangiopathies
  Dr Joshua Kausman
  Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, VIC
1000–1030 MORNING TEA
1030–1115Renal disease in pregnancy
  Dr Angela Makris
  Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, NSW
1115–1145Hypertension – renal artery stenosis
  A/Prof George Mangos
  St George Hospital, Kogarah, NSW
1145–1215Hypertension: what to target?
  Dr Walter van der Merwe
  Waitemata District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand
1215–1300 LUNCH
1300–1345PD prescription – case based
  A/Prof Neil Boudville
  Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Nedlands, WA
1345–1430PD infections – an update
  A/Prof David Mudge
 Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, QLD
1430–1500 AFTERNOON TEA
1500–1545Immunosuppression in kidney transplantation – an update
  Dr Paul Manley
  Auckland District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand
1545–1630General pathology quiz
  Prof Terry Cook
  Imperial College London, UK
1800Nephrology Update Dinner
 SKYCITY

SUNDAY 26 AUGUST

SKYCITY Convention Centre

Level 5, New Zealand Room 3 & 4

0830–0930Pain and other symptomatic management in palliative care
  Dr Frank Brennan
  St George Hospital, Kogarah, NSW
0930–1015Who do we dialyse and how do we withdraw therapy
  Prof Mark Brown
  St George Hospital, Kogarah, NSW
1015–1045 MORNING TEA
1045–1130Haemodialysis and haemodiafiltration – how much and how long?
  A/Prof Mark Marshall
  Counties Manukau District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand
1130–1200Haemodialysis prescription – case based
  Prof Peter Kerr
  Monash Medical Centre, Clayton, VIC
1200–1300 LUNCH
1300–1330Dialytic therapies in myeloma
  Dr Colin Hutchinson
  Hawkes Bay District Health Board, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
1330–1430Using advanced cardiovascular imaging and functional assessments in CKD patients
  A/Prof Chris McIntyre
  Univerisity of Nottingham, UK
1430–1500 AFTERNOON TEA
1500–1545Acid-base disorders
  Prof David Weiner
  University of Florida, FL, USA
1545–1630New clinical tools to predict the fate of renal failure: a model and its application in kidney transplant recipients
  Prof Jean Paul Soulilliou
  Nantes University Hospital, France

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