2018 Nephrology & Transplantation Update Course

TRANSPLANTATION

GENERAL NEPHROLOGY

DIALYSIS

Saturday 8th September 2018 – Day 1

0730 Update Course Registration
 DAY 1 NEPHROLOGY & TRANSPLANTATION UPDATE COURSE | Meeting Room C4.8, International Convention Centre
  GENERAL NEPHROLOGY: DIABETES & ITS COMPLICATIONS
Chair: Muh Geot Wong
Theme sponsored by AMGEN
0800-0830 Update in management of diabetic nephropathy
Sydney Tang*
0830-0900 Update in management of diabetic eye disease
Paul Mitchell
0900-0930 Update in management of diabetic neuropathy
Arun Krishnan
0930-1000 Update in management of cardiovascular disease in diabetics
Angela Wang*
1000-1020 Break
  GENERAL NEPHROLOGY: CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE
Chair: Angela Wang
Theme sponsored by AMGEN
1020-1050 Blood pressure target in diabetic with CKD
Vlado Perkovic
1050-1120 Update in treatment of membranous nephropathy
Adrian Liew*
1120-1150 Transition care: From paediatrics to adults – processes and procedures
Matthew Jose
1150-1220 Update in treatment options in adult dominant polycystic kidney disease
Gopi Rangan
1220-1310 Lunch
  TSANZ-ANZSN Combined Session for Non-Transplant Nephrologists
TRANSPLANTATION:
KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
Chair: Francesco Ierino
Theme sponsored by NOVARTIS
1310-1340 Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS): It is not just about proteinuria
Minnie Sarwal
1340-1410 Management of conception in kidney transplant recipient
Shilpa Jesudason
1410-1440 Cancer screening post renal transplant – how far and how long?
Germaine Wong
1440-1510 Update in vaccines in kidney transplantation
Nicole Gilroy
1510-1530 Break
TRANSPLANTATION: POST KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
Chair: Germaine Wong
Theme sponsored by NOVARTIS
1530-1600 Cardiovascular disease assessment pre- and post kidney transplantation
Helen Pilmore
1600-1630 Update in immunosuppressant management in non-acute kidney transplant
Natasha Rogers
1630-1700 Cross matching, DSA and Eplet matching – how much should you know?
Narelle Watson, Kate Wyburn
 1815 Board Cruise | Convention Jetty (in front of the ICC)
1830-2200 NEPHROLOGY & TRANSPLANTATION UPDATE COURSE DINNER | Sydney Harbour Cruise
Inclusive for full Update Course participants.  Additional tickets $100 per person

* APSN (Asia Pacific Society of Nephrology invited speakers)


Sunday 9th September 2018 – Day 2

0730 Update Course Registration
 DAY 2 NEPHROLOGY & TRANSPLANTATION UPDATE COURSE | Meeting Room C4.8, International Convention Centre
  DIALYSIS: END STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE
Chair: Carolyn Clark
Theme sponsored by BAXTER
0800-0830 Updates in peritoneal dialysis
Yeoung Jee Cho
0830-0900 Haemodialysis frequency and duration – which is more important?
Meg Jardine
0900-0930 Access surveillance – how and when?
Shannon Thomas
0930-1000 Does pore size matter? The evidence of middle molecules clearance
Meg Jardine
1000-1020 Break
  KidGen 2018 Renal Genetics Symposium / ANZSN Combined Session
DIALYSIS:
GENETIC & CLINICAL NEPHROLOGY
Chair: Stephen Alexander & Amali Mallawaarachchi
Theme sponsored by BAXTER
1020-1100 Challenging clinical cases in glomerulopathy
Anna Greka
1100-1140 Application of genetic testing in clinical nephrology
Michel Tchan
1140-1220 Update in diagnosis and management of atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome
David Kavanagh
1220-1310 Lunch / Advanced Trainees Workshop | Meeting Room C4.8
  DIALYSIS: RESEARCH
Chair: Angela Webster
Theme sponsored by BAXTER
1310-1340 Clinical trial in ANZ
Carmel Hawley
1340-1410 REDUCCTION – an implementation trial
Sradha Kotwal
GENERAL NEPHROLOGY
Chair: Angela Webster
Theme sponsored by AMGEN
1410-1440 New oral anticoagulants (NOAC) and chronic kidney disease
Carol Pollock
1440-1510 Update in immunotherapy and the kidneys
Jenny Lee
1510-1530 Break
GENERAL NEPHROLOGY
Chair: Muh Geot Wong
Theme sponsored by AMGEN
1530-1600 Practical steps in advanced care planning
Sarah Roxburgh
1600-1630 Update in psychiatric aspects of chronic kidney disease
Kirsty Morris
1630-1700 Update in diagnosis and management of chronic allograft nephropathy
Phil O’Connell
1700 Course concludes
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