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CARDIORENAL METABOLIC CONFERENCE
02/12/18 - 03/12/18
We would like to invite you to join us for unique insight from four of this year’s biggest international congresses across diabetology, cardiology and nephrology in recognition of the increasing overlap between these disciplines and the future care of patients with cardiorenal metabolic (CVRM) complications.
Prof Donald Fraser will be discussing renal outcome data from several landmark trials, as well as considering the evolving role of the nephrologist in the wake of an explosion of cardiovascular outcome trials (CVOTs). He will be joined by Dr Partha Kar, who will be providing a snapshot from the European Association for the Study of Diabetes annual conference, bringing you his thoughts on the latest CVOT data and the implications of the joint EASD/ADA consensus updates. Finally, Prof John Cleland will be distilling the most relevant findings from both the European Society of Cardiology and the American Heart Association annual meetings.
For the first time, a multidisciplinary faculty incorporating leading lights from the world of diabetes, cardiology and nephrology have collaborated to design a programme which will not only deliver key highlights from each congress, but will consider the shared challenges we face in managing CVRM complications.
To secure your place at this inaugural event being held on the evening of 2nd December and day of 3rd December, please register at www.omniamed.com where you will also be able to view a copy of the full agenda.
We hope you are able to join us at this very special meeting. please book now to avoid disappointment.
Dr Andrew Frankel, Consultant Nephrologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London
Prof Donald Fraser, Reader & Honorary Consultant Nephrologist, Cardiff University, Cardiff
To register now contact OmniaMed Communications on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 3735 8244 and please forward this invitation on to colleagues you believe would also find this meeting of value and interest