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22nd Budapest Nephrology School
26. August 2015 bis 31. August 2015
To whom it may concern,
It is my privilege to inform you that Budapest Nephrology School which is one of the best known refresher courses on nephrology in Europe attracting many young physicians from more than 65 countries during the past decade is going to be organized also this year.
The 22nd Budapest Nephrology School (Nephrology, Hypertension, Dialysis, Transplantation, Nephropathology) under the auspices of ISN, ERA-EDTA, IFKF and ISP will be held between 26-31 August, 2015 with the participation of distinguished international faculty.
The 22nd Budapest Nephrology School is being accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). Last year the 21st Budapest Nephrology School was designated for a maximum of 30 hours of European external CME credits. For Hungarian participants the course is accredited by OFTEX for 50 credits.
We continue with the successful initiatives (like “My Most Interesting Cases” poster and wine discussion) to further encourage the lively and fruitful interaction among the participants themselves as well as the participants and the faculty members. We also plan to implement some changes like special emphases on nephropathology. Together with the Renal Pathology Society we are going to have a half day program to discuss what is the most important in nephrology practice from the development in renal pathology.
Participation fee (650 Euro/early bird fee until 30 April May, 700 Euro/late bird) includes: attendance at nephrology refresher CME course; certificate of attendance; coffee breaks and lunches; attendance at the 13th International Wine and Health Symposium; attendance at the Evening Danube Cruise; Sightseeing Tour with Parliament visit; visiting an Organ Concert at St. Stephen’s Basilica; Farewell Reception; support for buying the book of Nephrology, Hypertension, Dialysis, Transplantation (Eds: Thomas E. Andreoli, Eberhard Ritz, László Rosivall) and at last but not at least Hungarian hospitality.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
László Rosivall, MD, PhD, DSc, Professor of Pathophysiology