The Renal Association organises some courses, and gives support or just publicity to some others. Regular courses can receive certification from the Renal Association. They must be genuinely educational, not marketing, and provide the results of evaluation from previous courses. For more information, contact the Secretariat or convenor of the Education and Training Committee.
Renal Association Advanced Nephrology Course
Further information on the Advanced Nephrology event page.
The Advanced Nephrology Course is aimed at trainee nephrologists and consultants wishing for an update on clinical nephrology.
The course is a residential course set over 5 days. Accommodation and all food and beverage at Corpus Christi College is included throughout the course.
Watch 2018 ANC lectures here.
Other short courses
As most of these courses are annual, old course details may remain posted as advance information for next year.
Paediatric Nephrology and Urology Week – Institute of Child Health, London. A running three year continuing education programme which covers the major topics in Paediatric Nephrology and Urology. The course will be of interest to trainees and consultant-level physicians and surgeons involved in the care of children with kidney and lower renal tract disorders.
Renal Pathology for the Nephrologist, Hammersmith Hospital, London. A two day course in nephropathology for SpRs and consultants.
Paediatric Nephrology for General Paediatricians. The Kennedy Lecture Theatre, UCL Institute of Child Health, London. This annual one-day course aims to give a full overview of paediatric nephrology by selecting different themes each year and presenting them in a way which will be useful for general paediatricians.
Short Course on Glomerular Disease – Hammersmith Hospital, London. A two day course on Glomerular Disease for Specialist Registrars and Consultants.
UCL Centre for Nephrology at the Royal Free Hospital run several annual courses, including Dialysis, Renal Physiology and Infectious, Global Nephrology and Renal Transplantation.
Oxford-Ghent Dialysis and Transplantation Summer School brings together young nephrologists from around Europe for a four day residential course.
Nephrology for Acute Physicians – may be useful if you haven’t quite taken the plunge and committed to a career in Renal Medicine yet.
The Preston Renal Biopsy Course – generally excellent feedback from this course which is not located in the South East of England. Link will appear when 2018 course confirmed.