A ‘Pop Up’ session is an innovative interactive micro-education session that will be performed to a small number of delegates (on a first-come, first-served basis) to experience practical training or extend knowledge of an everyday topic. Industry sponsored sessions last 20 mins and other sessions 45 mins. Pop up sessions are not scheduled during a concurrent plenary session and will take place in a marquee within the exhibition hall.
Get close to experienced speakers, ask questions, learn something new or increase your understanding.
The Pop-Up Timetable is as follows
Tuesday 19th June
|MAGIC (Managing Access by Generating Improvements in Cannulation): Improving Cannulation
Katie Fielding, Research Fellow, Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQUIP)
|Smartphone enabled urinalysis for CKD screening and management
Katherine Ward, Chief Commercial Office & Managing Director Europe, Healthy.Io
|MEET THE EXPERT: ASK YOUR NEPHROLOGIST
Everything you would like to know about Prescribing Tolvaptan for ADPKD – Professor John Sayer, Otsuka
|The new RNG consensus statement- fluid and salt
Ruth Kander - Fluid and Salt Consensus Statement Working Party, British Dietetic Association Renal Nutrition Specialist Group
Wednesday 20th June
|MEET THE EXPERT: ASK YOUR NURSE & PHARMACIST
Everything you would like to know about Managing your ADPKD patients on Tolvaptan – Louise Condon, Otsuka
|B Braun Pop-Up Session – More info to follow||10.30-10.50am|
|Team Simulation Training- Managing a Medical Emergency on a Patient having Haemodialysis
Kathryn Watson and Simon Calvert, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
|Dialysis at Yours: Life Fulfilled – Day Life
The Promotion and Delivery of Kidney-Related Home Therapies
Richard Fluck (Nephrologist), Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQUIP)
|Transplant First: Increasing pre-emptive listing and living donor kidney transplantation. How do we turn the dream into reality?
Kerry Tomlinson (Nephrologist), Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership (KQUIP)
|Phosphate and additives
Julie Hannah (Dietitian), British Dietetic Association Renal Nutrition Specialist Group
|The Good, Bad and the Ugly of Patient Involvement - how can we get it right….
David Coyle, Andy Henwood, Fiona Loud, (Patient Leaders) Kidney Patient Involvement Network
Fiona Loud and Paul Cockwell - Patient Transport Group
Thursday 21st June
|Having Helpful Conversations
Ellen Castle (Physiotherapist)and Sharlene Greenwood (Consultant Physiotherapist), King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
|It’s not O.K+- the increasing use of potassium-based salt substitutes
Deepa Kariyawasam (Dietitian), British Dietetic Association Renal Nutrition Specialist Group