The Nephrology and Transplantation Update Course was held at the Darwin Convention Centre on the 2nd and 3rd of September prior to the commencement of the 2017 ANZSN ASM.  Below are a number of approved resources from these sessions.  Please note, due to some technical difficulties, not all audio was received.

TITLE & SPEAKER AUDIO
Pre-existing chronic kidney disease and pregnancy  
Shilpa Jesudason
Management of BP in pregnancy 
Vincent Lee


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Cardio metabolic risk and CKD in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Jaquelyne Hughes


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Data linkage- where to start?
Sradha Kotwal
 
Epigenetic and CKD 
Masaomi Nangaku


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Syndromic CKD  
Peter Trnka
 
Cognitive function and CKD
John Death
 
Uric acid and CKD 
Sunil Badve


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Cancer and donor assessment 
Angela Webster
 
Risk in kidney donation: How much is too much?
Helen Pilmore
 
Bacterial and fungal infections in the immunosuppressed patient -case study discussion
Catherine Marshall
 
Immunodiagnostics for TB, CMV, and “net state of immunosuppression” in transplant recipients
Camille Kotton
 
What should be on the plate? Foods for advanced CKD
Maria Chan


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FGF23-and Klotho how much should you know? 
Nigel Toussaint
 
Managing viral hepatitis in CKD and ESKD
Jane Davies
 
Update in thearpies for IgA nephropathy
Muh Geot Wong


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Update in ANCA vasculitis
Robert MacGinley


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Update in treatments for systemic amyloidosis
Laura Dember 


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Environmental impact of renal care
Katherine Barraclough


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Update in peritoneal dialysis
Matthew Jose


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Can we predict the unpredictable after vascular access creation?
Kevan Polkinghorne


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Malaria, Dengue and the kidneys
Basu Gopal (APSN*)


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Infection related glomerulonephritis
Asanga Abeyaratne


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