Angel of the North

 

 

Renal

Wednesday 8th May 2019.

Venue - New Education Centre, Clinical Resource Centre, Peacock Hall, Royal Victoria Infirmary

Aims and Objectives: To upskill general paediatrians, community paediatrians, GPs, nurses with an interest in managing common nephro-urology conditions they encounter in everyday practice. This programme was designed by generalist colleagues to match their needs.

Teaching Methods: : This will be delivered in a series of illustrated talks with interactive sessions; questions and answers. Hand-outs will be available.

0830 – 0900 Registration and coffee

0900 - 0930 What to do with abnormalities detected on nephro-urology imaging (case based). Dr Alok Godse, Consultant Surgeon, GNCH & Dr Vijaya Sathyanarayana, Consultant Nephrologist, GNCH.

0930 – 1010 Children with mildly raised creatinine. Dr Ann Bowron, Consultant Biochemist, RVI & Dr Sally Johnson, Consultant Nephrologist, GNC.

1010 – 1030 Practical management of babies with low sodium & high potassium. Dr Tim Cheetham, Consultant Endocrinologist, GNCH.

1030 – 1050 Coffee break

1050 – 1115 MHSP acute management, referrals and monitoring. Dr Milos Ognjanovic, Consultant Nephrologist, GNCH.

1115 – 1200 Evidence based on what to do after finding abnormalities on UTI screening. Dr Yincent Tse, Consultant Nephrologist, GNCH & Dr Milan Gopal, Consultant Surgeon, GNCH.

1200 – 1245 Lunch

1245 - 1345 Kidney cysts and more than cysts – from child to adulthood. Prof Paul Winyard, UCL & GOSH.

Audience move to informal classroom for round table discussion:

  1. 1345 - 1445 Informal discussions on submitted case discussions. Dr Anupam Lall, Consultant Surgeon, GNCH & Dr Heather Lambert, Consultant Nephrologist, GNCH.
  2. 1445 - 1530 Building a Regional network and formulating concise guidelines. Dr Vijaya Sathyanarayana, Consultant Nephrologist, GNCH & Dr Nikki Gittins, Consultant Paediatrician, Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

15:30 Close.

CPD activity are sought for all CHER and GP3 days.

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