2020 European Kidney Forum Webinar

Watch video of 2020 European Kidney Forum Webinar on Improving Organ Donation and Transplantation in the EU.

More information here.

EDTNA/ERCA Mobile App is available

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Webinar November: Nurse hospital staffing: Lessons from COVID-19

Title: Nurse hospital staffing: lessons from Covid19.
Speaker: prof. Walter Sermeus
Moderator: dr Ilaria de Barbieri
Date:  12th November 2020 h 14:00 CET
Registration HERE


Covid-19 latest update is available here.

Abstract module for the ESNO online Congress 2021 is now open for submission.

The Congress 2021 is the last of a sequence of three under the umbrella concept “The Specialist Nurse in the European Healthcare towards 2030” and it will emphasise the importance of an harmonised education and recognition in the European contex
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Postponed 49th EDTNA/ERCA International Conferece

In view of the Covid-19 crisis, we regret to inform you that EDTNA/ERCA has taken the difficult decision to postpone the 49th EDTNA/ERCA International Conference scheduled to take place in Ljubljana, September 12-15, 2020 and reschedule the Conference for September 4-7, 2021.

More information here.
We are proud to announce that our colleague and distinguished nurse – Dr Helen Noble, has been awarded with Renal Nurse of the Year 2020 by the British Journal of Nursing supported by the British Renal Society and the Association of Nephrology Nurses. We are pleased with this recognition and sincere congratulations!
Dr Helen Noble is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queen’s University Belfast, UK.
To promote a global interest in renal care by sharing knowledge and experience among our members
The European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses Association/European Renal Care Association (EDTNA/ERCA) is a multidisciplinary organization for those working in renal care. The mission of the Association is about ‘achieving the best level of education, standards and research for all renal care professionals caring and supporting their patients and families around the world’. To be able to live up to this mission, we are a group of multidisciplinary professionals from different parts of the world. Many tasks are split and shared amongst us, enabling us to be stronger and to achieve our goals.

We strive to ensure that the outcome of our education programmes and projects in collaboration with our members, delegates and partners will show that excellence in education is our pursuit.