CME 7 PART I

 
ERA-EDTA Registry

  
Cross-talk in renal epidemiology
Organised in collaboration with the International Seminar on Renal Epidemiology (ISRE)  

 

PART I   10.30-12.45    E102

 

National registry work

    

Chairs: Wim Van Biesen, Ghent, Belgium
            Karlijn van Stralen, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

      

Impact of BMI on ESRD outcomes

Mathilde Lassalle, Paris, France (REIN)

Is higher co-morbidity the explanation for the increased mortality seen in waiting list patients compared to renal transplanted patients?

Vibeke Rømming Sørensen, Copenhagen, Denmark (Danish RR)

The Swedish Renal Registry - a source of epidemiological research

Staffan Schön, Jönköping, Sweden (Swedish RR)

Factors associated with survival of type 1 diabetes patients on RRT

Jaakko Helve, Helsinki, Finland (Finnish RR)

Characteristics and survival of kidney re-transplantation

Beatriz Mahillo, Madrid, Spain (Spanish RR)

Measuring what is important to patients – PROMS and PREMS

Fergus Caskey, Bristol, UK (UKRR)
     

PART II   13.30-16.30   E102
  

Guidelines

    

Chairs: Cécile Couchoud, Saint-Denis La Plaine, France
            Marlies Noordzij, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    

Methods for searching the literature: why and how

Evi Nagler, Ghent, Belgium

Measuring quality of renal care: patient preference and other things to keep in mind

Sabine Van der Veer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
 

Research methods

     

Chairs: Friedo Dekker, Leiden, The Netherlands
            Kitty Jager, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

   

Methods in qualitative research: exploring the supportive care needs of haemodialysis patients
Katherine Bristowe, London, UK

Methods to compare the effectiveness of interventions in the post-RCT era

Wolfgang Winkelmayer, Palo Alto, USA
Methods to compare cost-effectiveness of interventions
Rachael Morton, Oxford, UK

  

CME Courses on May 31, 2014 are reserved to regularly registered congress members and are included in the registration fee. In order to participate in the CME Courses, all regularly registered congress members must go to the session halls and have their badge scanned by the hostesses at the entrance (at participant’s own responsibility). Please note that the seat capacity of the conference rooms is limited, therefore participation in these courses will be on a “first come first served” basis.

    

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