National Kidney Foundation 2007 Clinical Meetings
April 10–14, 2007
Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel
Register online at www.nkfclinicalmeetings.org
Clinical Meetings 2007 will offer innovative educational opportunities for Physicians, Fellows and Residents, Pharmacists, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Nephrology Nurses and Technicians, Renal and Clinical Dietitians, and Nephrology Social Workers. The program is designed to create an interactive environment to encourage the flow of ideas between all members of the kidney healthcare team.
The National Kidney Foundation is the major voluntary health organization dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases, and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation.
Transplant Immunosuppression 2007: The Ongoing Search for Improvement
October 17–20, 2007
Radisson University Hotel, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Sponsored by University of Minnesota
The congress will focus on immunosuppressive protocols used at different times posttransplant, and on efforts to improve posttransplant patient and graft survival and decrease posttransplant morbidity. A major component of this congress will be the opportunity to interact with faculty members who use different immunosuppressive protocols.
A complete brochure with a detailed agenda and registration form will be available in 2007.
Accreditation: We will be offering AMA Category 1 Credits™ for this activity. See the full brochure (in 2007) for more information.
Call for Papers: The Call for Papers with detailed information will be available in February 2007. You may submit abstracts for consideration as a poster or as a podium presentation. Abstracts on clinical or laboratory trials with immunosuppressive protocols and trials designed to improve long-term transplant outcome and to minimize morbidity will be considered for presentation.