WORKSHOPS & COURSES

Last year's successful Workshops at the Genoa Conference and your positive input inspired us to include new topics, Workshops and Courses at the Prague Conference in September. It is with great pleasure and pride that we invite you to participate. Book your participation in time, register today!

See you in Prague!

Ilaria de Barbieri
Scientific Program Committee Chair

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HOW TO BOOK THE WORKSHOPS & COURSES

Please register for your selected workshops below. Login details and the link to workshop registration form has been sent to your contact email address. Please note, that if you have registered for the Conference after August 1st, it may take a few days to receive your login details. In case you did not receive the login details, please contact the conference department at edtnaerca2019@guarant.cz

Please note that each Workshop has limited capacity. The form works in real time, so the participants who are pre-registered but cannot attend are kindly asked to cancel their registration online to make the place available to another delegate.

We ask all pre-registered participants to come to workshops at least 10 minutes before the start of the session otherwise the place will be available to others. If you wish to attend the workshop and the capacity online is full, we recommend you come and wait at the entrance of the workshop room to benefit from possible no-shows.

Please note: with the following workshop registration you agree to provide your contact details to the workshop organizers (e.g. lectors, chairs, company). In case you do not agree and you wish to be excluded, please contact conference department at edtnaerca2019@guarant.cz

W 01 Workshop

Developing and Maintaining Effective Teams

Chairs: John Sedgewick (United Kingdom) & Helen Noble (United Kingdom)

Day: Sunday, September 15
Time: 11.00 - 12.30
Hall: A3

W 02 Workshop

Human Factors and Patient Safety: Everybody's Business

Chairs: Lesley Bennet (United Kingdom) & Karen Jenkins (United Kingdom)

Day: Sunday, September 15
Time: 14.00 - 15.30
Hall: A3

W 03 Workshop

Involving patients and family members from BAME/poor reached communities in clinical research - 

The transcultural approach in renal care research:  involving Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic patients

Chairs: Neerja Jain (United Kingdom)

Day: Sunday, September 15
Time: 14.00 - 15.30
Hall: B

C 01 Course

Hygiene, Infection Control and Prevention in Renal Care

The aim of this Course is to identify best practice in relationship to infection, prevention and control within the renal care centre. This will be an interactive workshop allowing everybody to share their expertise.
Welcome!

Lectors: Paul Challinor (United Kingdom) & Ivana Bartakova (Czech Republic))

Day: Sunday, September 15
Time: 14.00 - 15.30
Hall: Tower

C 02 Course

Hygiene, Infection Control and Prevention in Renal Care

The aim of this Course is to identify best practice in relationship to infection, prevention and control within the renal care centre. This will be an interactive workshop allowing everybody to share their expertise.
Welcome!

Lectors: Paul Challinor (United Kingdom) & Ivana Bartakova (Czech Republic))

Day: Sunday, September 15
Time: 16.00 - 16.45
Hall: Tower

W 04 Workshop - Baxter

Empower PD patients to Self-Care – Validate patient´s skills to perform PD

The aim of this workshop is to reach a consensus among nephrology nurses about how much time and what kind of information is needed to educate a patient to perform peritoneal dialysis autonomously. Peritoneal Dialysis is a renal replacement therapy that involves shared decision making among patients, family and health professionals. Patients and/or caregivers are educated by nephrology nurses to self-management their home therapy and achieve their maximum self-care. 
Welcome!

Chair: Susan Rogers (The Netherlands) & Aase Riemann (The Netherlands)
Speaker: Maria Arminda Tavares

Day: Monday, September 16
Time: 9.00 - 10.30
Hall: A3

W 05 Workshop

An Introduction to Mindfulness Practices: Managing Stress and Anxiety

Chairs: Helen Noble (United Kingdom) & Clare McVeigh (United Kingdom)

Day: Monday, September 16
Time: 9.00 – 10.30
Hall: B

C 03 Course

Critical states during a dialysis treatment

The aim of this Course is to practice the management of critical states or situations within the care setting, through an individual and a team approach, to successfully reach a positive outcome. We will use advanced technology with interactive role-play, followed by feedback and discussions on how to successfully manage critical situations.

Lector: Michael Stern (Czech Republic)

Day: Monday, September 16
Time: 9.00 – 10.30
Hall: Aesculap Academy

W 06 Workshop

Uncovering the power of extra-ordinary leadership - The leadership Challenge

Chairs: John Sedgewick (United Kingdom) & Helen Noble (United Kingdom)

Day: Monday, September 16
Time: 11.00 - 12.30
Hall: A3

C 04 Course

Violence & Aggression in Renal Care

The aim of this Course is to share and practice the skills in preventing and de-escalating situations with aggressive patients. You will have a chance to practice with a 'real patient' and share your experience through feedback and suggestions in particular case scenarios.

Lector: Jaroslav Pekara (Czech Republic)

Day: Monday, September 16
Time: 11:00-12:30
Hall: Tower 2

C 05 Course

Critical states during a dialysis treatment

Lector: Michael Stern (Czech Republic)

Day: Monday, September 16
Time: 11.00 - 12.30
Hall: Aesculap Academy

W 08 Workshop - Physidia

Home Hemodialysis – Getting a better quality of life for your patients

Chair: Irmina Vaicekauskyte (Lithuania)
Speakers: Veliana Todorova (France), Aziz Abercane, Patient, (France), 
Matt Willans (United Kingdom), Greig Johnstone (United Kingdom), 
Cedric Poulard, (France), Fredrik Thibblin, (Sweden)


Day: Monday, September 16
Time: 14.00 - 15.30
Hall: A3

The aim of this Workshop is to share experiences and information about Home HD programs among participants. Describe a Home HD program focused on patient Self-Care.

The decision regarding the choice of the RRT modality is crucial. It impacts all aspects of patients’ lives and the lives of their families. Studies demonstrate that many patients, when given the freedom to choose, will select a treatment modality on the basis of their lifestyle. Home Haemodialysis (HHD) is a RRT modality that can provide a efficient and flexible treatment schedule. Patients who take responsibility for their dialysis treatments are empowered and this can improve the quality of their life.

W 07 Workshop

Gaining EDTNA/ERCA Accreditation for your Renal Education Program - What’s Involved

Chairs: John Sedgewick (United Kingdom) & Theodora Kafkia (Greece)

Day: Monday, September 16
Time: 12.45 - 13.45
Hall: B

C 06 Course

Violence & Aggression in Renal Care

Lector: Jaroslav Pekara (Czech Republic)

Day: Monday, September 16
Time: 14.00 - 15.30
Hall: Tower 2

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