The 14th Renal Failure Academy is addressed to nephrologists from Central, Eastern and South-Eastern European countries. Internationally reputed speakers will cover major topics in clinical nephrology, glomerular disease, dialysis and transplantation, focusing on evidence-based therapeutic options in acute renal failure and CKD.
The format will also provide interactive sessions and workshops. Participants will receive all lectures after the course ends. The Renal Failure Academy is an official course of ERA-EDTA.
14th Renal Failure Academy has been accredited with 6 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
The ERA-EDTA offers EUR 1,500 for Travel Grants for young participants (40 years old or younger). Young persons who are interested in applying to receive this Grant will have to download the application form available on the “NDT-Educational” Website, fill it in and submit it together with their curriculum vitae and a copy of their picture ID to the ERA-EDTA Operative Headquarters. The travel grant Winners will receive an official notification from the ERA-EDTA Operative Headquarters and, after the Course, a bank transfer for the due amount. IMPORTANT! The 1,500 € for travel grants will NOT be transferred to the course organisers.
Travel grants (independently from the mileage) also include a one-year free ERA-EDTA membership (Junior membership) for doctors who have never been members of ERA-EDTA.
Both the Grant, as well as the ERA-EDTA Junior memberships, will be given only after the verification of the actual participation in the CME Course.
If an ERA-EDTA CME Course has some kind of final evaluation test, the course organizer can give up to 5 – 1 year free ERA-EDTA memberships – Junior membership – (but no travel grant) to the best course participants, following the test’s results, provided that they are younger than 40 and have never been members of the ERA-EDTA before.