6th Annual Renal conditions: Moving on up together!

Hybrid study day for paediatric and adult MDTs!
 
6th Annual Renal conditions: Moving on up together!
Working together to manage paediatric onset renal conditions moving into adult services.
 
Friday 10th June 2022
University Southampton Hospitals/Zoom
 
For more information and registration go to:
www.readysteadygo.net/mout.html

Last year we held our 5th 'Renal conditions: Moving on up together' study day virtually. It was a great success and due to popular demand, we are running the 6th 'Renal conditions: Moving on up together' study day on Friday 10th June 2022 as a hybrid event- yes face to face and virtual!
 
Please note there are only 120 spaces available for face to face- so book early!
 
This means that you will be able to participate in all the exciting discussions and learning points from the 'Moving on Up Together' study day face to face or from the comfort of your own home!  
 
We will be using the Zoom platform and we will be in touch nearer to the day to give you more information about how this will work. 
 
We are still planning our interactive, stimulating, and thought-provoking programme that we love to run, but in a much more accessible format.  
 
Sadly this year we are unable to offer the study day for free as we have struggled to secure funding to subsidise the whole day- covid continues to have an impact. If this changes we will let you know.
 
The cost of the course is:
Consultants: £50 virtual or £75 face to face (to include refreshments and delicious lunch and networking)
All Non-consultants:  £25 
 
The learning will be priceless and we guarantee will change practice!
 
Register for the day here: www.readysteadygo.net/mout.html
 
Once again, we are inviting you to attend the educational day for paediatric and adult MDTs involved in looking after young people with kidney disease. The day will cover some of the more complex renal conditions moving to adult services.
 
Advances in medical care have led to the many more paediatric kidney patients surviving into adulthood with conditions that not so long ago would probably have been fatal in childhood. Whilst clearly very good news it can lead to daunting experience for the MDT as they provide care for patients with conditions with which they are unfamiliar. This is in addition to the well documented challenges that the patient and family face as they move into adult care.
 
The study day will be an opportunity to review some of these renal conditions, share examples of good practice and resources that are working across the country and identify areas that require additional resource development. 
 
By popular demand we are continuing to have a session where cases are presented by attendees. If you would like to present a case or share a resource please send a short abstract to arvind.nagra@nhs.net by 13th May 2022. Those selected will be notified by 20th May 2022.
 
The style of the meeting will be informal and dynamic with plenty of time for discussion.

Please register for the day at: www.readysteadygo.net/mout.html
 
Please share this invitation with your multi-disciplinary teams and anyone else you think may be interested.
 
Looking forward to working together and sharing- after all "sharing is caring!"
 
If you have any questions, please email us at pier2@uhs.nhs.uk
 

When
June 10th, 2022 9:00 AM

Guidelines

NICE accredited clinical practice guidelines 

Available here

23rd Annual Report

Analyses about the care provided to patients at UK renal centres.

Read the report

UKRR AKI Report

A report on the nationwide collection of AKI warning test scores. 

Read the report