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Nephrologists see a growing number of frail and elderly in their practice nowadays. This increases their need for guidance on how to provide care to frail kidney patients, including withdrawal of dialysis and on palliative care after the actual withdrawal.
European Renal Best Practice (ERBP) supports dissemination and exchange of clinical knowledge. On the occasion of the 10th Oxford Ghent Dialysis and Transplantation Summer School (Corpus Christi College, Oxford, UK), ERBP co-organises an anniversary "state of the art" meeting on 21-22 of September 2013 where all existing guidance of ERBP will be discussed by eminent speakers.
Below are the names of our ERBP QUIZ wınners
DUBRAVKA HOLIK -- CROATIA
SUNDAY MORNING SESSION
ALOISI CARMELA – ITALY
Results Peer review ERPB Transplant Guideline
Our peer review of the new transplant guideline: "ERBP guideline on donor and recipient evaluation and peri-operative care" has been a great success.
648 members of ERA-EDTA, of which 27 also belong to the Descartes group, have sent a reply and completed the SurveyMonkey questionnaire.
Over the last two years, a working group of European Renal Best Practice (ERBP) has established a guideline concerning the evaluation and preparation of donor and recipient of a kidney transplant, in the pre-transplantation and peri-operative period.
We have now finalized this interesting process, which, as you can imagine, was hard work for all members of the group.
On the occasion of the launch of the guideline "Management of Hyponatraemia", the ERA-EDTA, European Renal Best Practice, European Society of Endocrinology and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine co-organise a CME session entitled: "Hyponatraemia: an Evidence Based Approach"