Webinar Green Excellence: How to achieve Green Excellence in dialysis? Shaping the future of green excellence in dialysis
Abstracts for the 49th EDTNA/ERCA Conference in Ljubljana are already openedWe invite you to submit your abstracts for next year's 49th EDTNA/ERCA Conference in Ljubljana. Don't miss the chance to share your research with colleagues from around the world.
Green Excellence in Dialysis – A joint project from EDTNA/ERCA and B. Braun Avitum AG
Get involved and help us to define rules for Green Dialysis!
As a part of the new sustainability strategy, we are pleased to present the Green Excellence in Dialysis project, which is running as a joint initiative of the European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses Association / European Renal Care Association (EDTNA/ERCA) and B. Braun Avitum AG.
In the first phase of this project, we would like to conduct a survey, to find out about the experience of university, public, and private renal care units and the challenges they encounter with regards to environmental management in providing care.
Below are links to our survey for healthcare workers at the renal care centers on Netigate translated into various languages:
The survey is also available on Google forms at these links:
The EDTNA/ERCA would appreciate your input by completing this survey and sharing with others colleagues. Thank you in advance for your valuable insights.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Project Manager, Jitka Pancirova at: firstname.lastname@example.org
EKHA WEBINAR: Towards a Resilient and Patient-Centered Approach to Kidney Care in EuropeWatch a video of a webinar that took place last week.
38th Vicenza Course on AKI & CRRT38th Vicenza Course on AKI & CRRT - a week of virtual meeting: http://www.irriv.com/courses/events/38th-vicenza-course-on-aki-crrt/general_info
Abstract module for the ESNO online Congress 2021 is now open for submission.
To promote a global interest in renal care by sharing knowledge and experience among our membersThe 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.