Working together to manage paediatric-onset renal conditions moving into adult services Last year we held our second 'Renal conditions: Moving on up together' study day. It was a great success and due to popular demand we are running the third 'Renal conditions: Moving on up together' study day on Friday 1st February 2019 at University Hospital Southampton.
Once again we are inviting you to attend the free educational day for paediatric and adult MDTs involved in looking after young people with kidney disease. The day is also open to patients and carers. The day will cover some of the more complex renal conditions moving to adult services.
Advances in medical care have led to the many more paediatric kidney patients surviving into adulthood with conditions that not so long ago would probably have been fatal in childhood. Whilst clearly very good news it can lead to a daunting experience for the MDT as they provide care for patients with conditions with which they are unfamiliar. This is in addition to the well documented challenges that the patient and family face as they move into adult care.
The study day will be an opportunity to review some of these renal conditions, share examples of good practice and resources that are working across the country and identify areas that require additional resource development.
If you would like to present a case study/ share resource please send a brief summary to email@example.com by 31st December 2018.
The style of the meeting will be informal, dynamic and interactive with plenty of time for discussion.
Who is the course suitable for? This course is aimed at:
Course aims and learning outcomes The day will cover some of the more complex renal conditions moving to adult services. This will be an opportunity to review conditions and share examples of good practise that are working across the country. Share resources and identify areas that require additional resource development.