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October 3-4, 2019

JW Marriott Parq Hotel

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Who Should attend: 
BC Kidney Days, #BCKD19, is primarily designed for multidisciplinary, renal care professionals across all kidney care modalities. Family physicians and other primary care clinicians who would like to increase their knowledge on how to best care for their patients living with kidney disease are welcome to join us.  

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Accommodation Info

39 Smithe Street  
Vancouver  British Columbia  
V6B 0R3 

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Thank you to everyone who attended BCKD 2018 and helped to make it a memorable event!

We look forward to seeing you again in 2019. 

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Mission: To provide education and networking opportunities that support the delivery of optimal care to patients with Kidney disease through effective collaboration among renal care providers.
Vision: BC clinical resources for the care of chronic kidney disease, including Kidney care teams, nephrologists and family physicians, will collaborate and integrate with other chronic disease resources to provide their patients with the best possible health and social outcomes.
BC Kidney Days Goals:
  1. Improve care for patients with Kidney disease at all stages
  2. Kidney community networking and teambuilding
  3. Update on clinical and research issues of common interest
  4. Promote collaboration among - CKD clinical disciplines    - Specialists and family physicians
  5. Effectively incorporate patient experiences in the education process

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BC Kidney Days brings together clinicians and administrators from across BC, other parts of Canada and the United States to discuss the latest research, trends, clinical treatments and surgical ​breakthroughs in kidney​ patient care.​​


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