GOSH Nephro-Urology Course

The GOSH Nephro-urology course aims to increase your knowledge and understanding of paediatric nephrology using a range of symposiums and workshops. This three-day course (or two-day course for those attending online) consists of hybrid lectures on Thursday and Friday, and for those attending the conference in London, there will be additional face-to-face only workshops on Wednesday for the second year running since the COVID-19 pandemic.

To register pelase head to - GOSH Nephro-Urology Course | Events

Course dates:

  • Wednesday 17 April 2024 -  Face-to-Face only workshops at Holiday Inn Bloomsbury
  • Thursday 18 April 2024 - Hybrid lectures at Zayed Centre for Research, for both online and face-to-face attendees
  • Friday 19 April 2024 - Hybrid lectures at Zayed Centre for Research, for both online and face-to-face attendees

Learning objectives: 

  • To increase your knowledge and understanding of Paediatric Nephrology using different symposiums and workshops
  • To increase knowledge on the management of complex Paediatric Nephrology conditions
  • To network and increase collaboration for improving patient experience, education and research

Who should attend?

The course is suitable for paediatric nephrologists, including those training and members of the multi-disciplinary team, paediatricians with an interest in nephrology and general paediatricians


The course programme will be added shortly.


Wednesday 17 April -  Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, Coram Street, London WC1N 1HT
Thursday 18 and Friday 19 April - Zayed Centre for Research, 20 Guilford Street, London, WC1N 1DZ (and online via Zoom)


Face-to-Face Consultants (3 day ticket)* - £350
Face-to-Face Junior Doctors and Non-Medical Staff (3 day ticket)* - £275.00
Virtual Consultants (2 day ticket) - £100
Virtual Junior Doctors and Non-Medical Staff (2 day ticket) - £75
Virtual Student and Delegates from Low and Lower-Middle Income Countries** (2 day ticket) - £0
Virtual GOSH Staff*** (2 day ticket) - £0

*Face-to-face tickets include lunch and refreshments on all days.

**Delegates who reside in low and lower-middle income countries (defined according to the World Bank country classification of low income and lower-middle-income economies) can attend the course virtually for free. Countries that fall into these two groups are on the above webpage listed on the right hand side of the page under 'low income' and 'lower middle income' 

***If you are claiming a GOSH Staff free ticket, please ensure you register with your GOSH email.


Please note that registration will close on Friday 12 April, 17:00 GMT.


Please note that this course is not being recorded.

April 17th, 2024 9:30 AM to April 19th, 2024 12:00 AM
Holiday Inn Bloomsbury
Coram Street
London, WC1N 1HT


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