Abstract submission open
January 2, 2023

Abstract submission deadline
February 28, 2023
extended to March 30, 2023

Registration open
May 1, 2023

Acceptance decision for authors
May 15, 2023
extended to May 22, 2023

Registration deadline for oral and e-Poster presenters
August 1, 2023

Early registration deadline
July 31, 2023

e-Poster submission deadline
September 1, 2023
Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the preliminary Scientific Programme overview for the 51st EDTNA/ERCA International Conference is available.

The Scientific Board is working on the Scientific Programme continuously and you will find the latest updates here.
Scientific Programme published on October 13, 2023. Please be informed that the Scientific Board reserves the right to update the schedule or the session formats.

Registration for workshops taking place during the conference:
  • Registration via the conference platform is required for the workshops, please note that capacity is limited (usually around 25 participants).
  • Link to register and get more information about the workshops:
  • Login with your email address and choose which workshops you want to attend.
Names of the workshops:
Diabetic foot assessment and Nutrition (a multidisciplinary workshop for nurses and dieticians)
Session chairs: Chrysanthi Avrami, Kalliopi Anna Poulia

Nurse/Patient Communication – A helping hand or a deaf ear?
Session chair: Mike Kelly

Ultrasound guided cannulation of vascular access for haemodialysis 1 + 2
Session chair: Ruben Iglesias

Nurses perceptions of the management of a Peritoneal Dialysis Unit and the importance of patient views in relation to their care planning
Session chairs: Sotiroula Constantinou Gliki, Maria Arminda Tavares, Evangelos Lantzourakis

Developing and establishing the role of nurse practitioner in CKD care: experience and challenges
Session chair: Noeleen Berkhout-Byrne
Professor Helen Noble
Guest Speaker - Opening Ceremony
Presentation Title:
Alleviating suffering: Humanity in Kidney Care

Guest Speaker Bio
BSc (Hons) MSc Neerja Jain
Guest Speaker
Presentation Title:
Addressing Health Inequalities in partnership: Kidney Research UK’s outreach work with patients and communities “at risk”: solutions focused

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MSc Noeleen Berkhout-Byrne
Guest Speaker
Presentation Title:

Guest Speaker bio
Professor Allison Jauré
Guest Speaker
Presentation Title:
The SONG Initiative - Standardised Outcomes in Nephrology (Australia)

Guest Speaker bio
Mike Kelly
Guest Speaker
Presentation Title:
Psychological Care - learning from the past, preparing for the future.

Guest Speaker bio