World Kidney Day aims to raise awareness of the importance of our kidneys to our overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems worldwide.
Celebrated on the second Thursday in March, the mission of World Kidney Day is to raise awareness of the importance of our kidneys to our overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems worldwide.
If detected early, Chronic Kidney Diseases can be treated–thereby reducing other complications and dramatically reduce the growing burden of deaths and disability from chronic renal and cardiovascular disease worldwide.
History of World Kidney Day
World Kidney Day started in 2006 and has not stopped growing ever since. Every year, the campaign highlights a particular theme.
For more information: www.worldkidneyday.org
Given the prevalence in growing chronic disease and ongoing worldwide concern regarding early detection, monitoring and treatment of their National Society of Nephrology has proposed to promote and present the latest advances in nephrology, dialysis and kidney transplants.
The most important scientific event organized by the National Society of Nephrology is the National Congress of Nephrology, whose program includes a wide range of topics, with a high scientific value, presented by internationally renowned lecturers.
During 3 days in a setting carefully organized and backed by a high performance event management team, foreign guests and professors elite Romanian doctors show the updates in nephrology.
Prof. Liliana Tuță
President, Romanian Society of Nephrology
Details on www.congresnefrologie.ro.
Scientific event organized by the Romanian Society of Nephrology and the Romanian Society of Diabetes, Nutrition and Metabolic Studies. The event is accredited with Hours of Continuing Medical Education by the Romanian College of Physicians.
Details at www.nefrodiab.ro
European Course on Kidney Transplantation „Right Organ for the Right Patient” is due to take place on June, 7th-8th, 2018, at International Hotel Iaşi – Romania.
Read more here.
The objective of this conference is to deliver academic and updated information in nephro-geriatrics for its practical use for assisting elderly patients.
This conference will be the most updated academic work in nephrogeriatrics, and the first one performed interdisciplinary by nephrologists and geriatricians for aiding general practitioners and specialists (nephrologists, urologists, internal medicine, cardiologist and geriatricians) in their clinical work.
Participants: specialists, fellows and residents in nephrology, urology, geriatric medicine, internal medicine, cardiology and family medicine.
Details on www.nefrogeriatrica.ro.