2021 Nephrology & Transplantation Update Course

NEPHROLOGY & TRANSPLANTATION UPDATE COURSE
28th & 29th August 2021

Registration to the online Nephrology & Transplantation Update Course includes access to the full program below, the Networking Hub, Exhibition Lounge and all virtual networking sessions on the 28th & 29th August 2021.  Registration is separate to the main ANZSN ASM and is an additional cost to attend.  

ANZSN aims to provide access to all recorded sessions to registered delegates for a 3 month period post event.  Availability of recorded sessions will be dependent on consent received from presenters.  

Please note this is a provisional program and subject to change as the program is confirmed. Please check this page regularly for any updates. 

Proudly supporting regional nephrology – Welcome to the joint ANZSN and APSN CME recipients attending the 2021 Nephrology and Transplantation Update Course

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Saturday, 28th August 2021

0830-0900
SPEED NETWORKING ICEBREAKER
Take this opportunity to meet colleagues, sponsors and speakers through small group meetings. Participants will be randomly allocated through a series of four-person 4 minute video chats.  You never know who you might meet!

0900-1130 | NEW FRONTIERS IN NEPHROLOGY
Participants may attend any session without pre-booking.  All presentations, unless otherwise indicated, will be available on-demand to registered participants for three months post-course.
Chair: Sharmilla Ramessur
Welcome
Sharmila Ramessur
Learnings from the pandemics
Professor Sunil Bhandari, UK
Improving quality and quantity of life of ESRF patients
Professor Angela Webster, NSW
Findings from Starrt Trial
Professor Ron Wald, St Mikes Hospital, Toronto
The Legacy of AKI in critically ill children and adults
Dr Emily See, VIC
1130-1200 EXHIBITION & REFRESHMENT BREAK
Visit our sponsors in the Exhibition Lounge or catch up with colleagues through the Meeting Hub
1200-1530 | GENERAL NEPHROLOGY
Participants may attend any session without pre-booking.  All presentations, unless otherwise indicated, will be available on-demand to registered participants for three months post-course.
1200-1330 | CONCURRENT SESSION ONE
CLINICAL RESEARCH
Chair: Adam Steinberg
NEPHROLOGY IN PRACTICE
Chair: Robert MacGinley
INTRINSIC RENAL DISEASE
Chair: Amali Mallawaarachchi
RESEACRCH
Chair: Muh Geot Wong
INTERVENTIONAL NEPHROLOGY
Chair: Eddie Tan
Dapaglifozin in patients with chronic kidney disease
Professor Hiddo Lambers Heerspink, Netherlands
KDIGO guidelines on HTN in CKD
Professor Alfred Cheung, Salt Lake City, Utah
Updates on Lupus nephritis
Dr Rosnawati Yahya, Malaysia
(APSN speaker)
Using kidney organoids to model injury and disease
Professor Alan Davidson, NZ
Facilitated USS-guided Kidney Biopsy Training
Dr Elizabeth Downie, NSW
Update on ANZDATA
Dr Matthew Sypek, VIC
Practical applications of SGLT2 in CKD
Professor Carol Pollock, NSW
ANCA associated vasculitis: beyond acute severe disease
Professor Richard Kitching, VIC
Cultural Competency with Genetics
Dr Megan Leask, NZ
Different Approaches for HD tunnelled-line insertion
Dr Murty Mantha, QLD
Update on Cari guideines
Dr David Tunnicliffe, NSW
Updates on perioperative renal medicine
Dr Fiona Chow, VIC
Update on Membranous nephropathy
Dr Bhadran Bose, QLD
Role of Metabolomics in translation care for DKD
Professor Reiko Inagi, Tokyo
My Journey As An Interventional Nephrologist
Dr Catherine Wilkinson
1330-1400 EXHIBITION & REFRESHMENT BREAK
Take a break, have a stretch, visit the sponsors in the Exhibition Lounge, or connect with a colleague in the Meeting Hub.
1400-1530 | CONCURRENT SESSION TWO

PAEDIATRIC
Chair: Cathy Quinlan

NEPHROLOGY IN PRACTICE

 

UNIFYING KIDNEY HEALTH

 

RESEARCH

 

ESRF

 

Contraception and parenthood planning: What to tell young adults with CKD
Associate Professor Shilpa Jesudason, SA
Renal Disease and pregnancy
Dr Annabel Martin, NSW
Learnings from Indigenous Renal Care
Dr Paul Lawton, NT
Big Data Linkage using the National Health Index number o NZ
Mr Greg Gamble, NZ
Update on haemodialysis
Professor Neil Boudville, WA
Apheresis in a multidisciplinary world
Dr Amanda Walker, VIC
Update on Peritoneal Dialysis
Dr Louis Huang, VIC
Sustainable water usage in dialysis
Dr Mani Panat, NSW
CONSIDER guidelines
Dr Tania Huria, NZ
Analgesia in PD catheter insertion
Dr Daniela Potter, NSW
Remote Management of Children on Home Haemodialysis
Dr Daljit Hothi
Hypokalaemia; causes diagnosis and management
Dr Surjit Tarafdar, NSW
Overcoming logistics; dialysis in remote locations
Dr David Voss, NZ
Meta Analyses
Professor Bruce Neale, NSW
Renal dietician the modern and cultural sensitive renal diet
Dr Maria Chan, NSW
1530 DAY ONE CONCLUDES
Sunday, 29th August 2021
0830-0855
SPEED NETWORKING ICEBREAKER
Take this opportunity to meet colleagues, sponsors and speakers through small group meetings. Participants will be randomly allocated through a series of four-person 4 minute video chats.  You never know who you might meet!
0900-1130 |TRANSPLANTATION
Chair: Sharmila Ramessur
Vaccination including COVID vaccine in Transplantation
Professor Toby Coates AO, SA
Long term Impact of a pandemic on kidney transplantation
Professor Kate Wyburn, NSW
Long-term care of pancreas-kidney transplant recipients
Dr Jeffrey Schiff, Toronto
Gender disparities in kidney transplantation in Asia
Professor Curie Ahn, Korea (APSN Speaker)

1130-1200 EXHIBITION & REFRESHMENT BREAK
Visit our sponsors in the Exhibition Lounge or catch up with colleagues through the Meeting Hub

1200 – 1330 | TRANSPLANTATION

Assessing donor quality
Dr Nikky Isbel, VIC
Initial Transplant Workup by general nephrologist
Associate Professor William Majoni, NT
Individualising immunosuppressant dosing in kidney transplantation: stratified dosing, therapeutic drug monitoring, target concentration intervention
Dr David Metz VIC

1330-1400 EXHIBITION & REFRESHMENT BREAK
Visit our sponsors in the Exhibition Lounge or catch up with colleagues through the Meeting Hub

1400-1530 | TRANSPLANTATION
Immunological risk stratification and tailored immunosupression
Dr Darren Lee, VIC
Cancer in kidney transplant patients
Professor Germaine Wong, NSW
Obesity and Metabolic Complications post renal transplantation
Professor Wai Lim, WA
1530 DAY TWO CONCLUDES
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