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2011 Presentations

​ The theme for BC Nephrology & Renal Transplant Days 2011 was Change: Managing Transition and Sharing Innovations. Presentations are listed below.

BCNRTD 2011 Final Program (PDF)  

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Plenary Sessions

Disaster Planning: When the Rubber Starts to Burn - Are You Ready?
Dr. Jacek Jastrzebski, Susanne Mackinnon, Edith Davidson, Sue Bannerman & Bill Kane

Endless Possibilities: The Search for Innovation & Change
Linda Tarrant (Keynote Presenter)

Areas of Change: Implementing Innovations
Dr. Michael Copland, Dr. R. Jean Shapiro & Angela Robinson

BCT Update
Dr. Greg Grant

BCPRA Update
Dr. Adeera Levin

Concurrent Sessions

Water Quality Standards: You Can't Wash with Dirty Water
Dr. Myriam Farah, Dr. Gerry Karr & Janise Galvey

Hemostasis in Renal Failure - Focus on New Anticoagulants: To Bleed or Not to Bleed
Dr. Agnes Lee & Karen Shalansky

Canadian Blood Services
Dr. Peter Nickerson

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Plenary Session

Ethics of Choice - Debate and Discussion
Dr. Bashir Jiwani

AM Concurrent Sessions

Expanding Living Kidney Donation

Peritoneal Dialysis and PROMIS Improvements - The Reveal
Dr. Gary Nussbaumer

PM Concurrent Sessions

Attending to Anxiety and Depression: Fundamental to Successful Transitions
Bobbi Preston & Sara Himelstein

Tonight's the Night - Your Place or Mine: Options in Delivery of Dialysis
Dr. Myriam Farah & Beverly Sondrup
(Handouts available regarding home based dialysis options: Options and Questionnaire)

Diabetes and Transplantation

Diabetes and Kidney Transplantation
Dr. Jag Gill

Islet Cell Transplantation: Past, Present and Future
Dr. Breay Paty

Concurrent Plenary Sessions

Renal Jeopardy - Challenge Your Nutrition Knowledge
Gillian Kelly, Wendy Rafuse & Jesse Colbeck

The Gift of Giving
Dr. Greg Grant

SOURCE: 2011 Presentations ( )
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