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Education & Development

A key component of the BC Provincial Renal Agency (BCPRA) mandate is to support knowledge-development through research and teaching, as well as succession planning within the broader renal network.
CKD Education
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Over the course of 2016, the BC Renal agency will host a series of one-hour CKD Education: Online CME for Primary Care. 

2016 Schedule:

  1. CKD One on One: When to Refer and When to Reassure 

  2. Diabetes and Proteinuria  

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*This program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the BC Chapter for up to 1 Mainpro-M1 credits. 

 
  1. Medications and CKD
    Dr. Clifford Lo

  2. Cardio Vascular Disease and BP Management  
    Dr. Adeera Levin

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*This program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the BC Chapter for up to 1 Mainpro-M1 credits. 

 
  1. Acute Kidney Injury

  2. Kidney Stones, Cysts and Cancer 

 
  1. Which Patients will Benefit from Renal Replacement Therapy Sessions and Which Types

  2. How to Manage a Patient on Dialysis or After a Renal Transplant  

 

All sessions listed above will be facilitated by Dr. Monica Beaulieu and Dr. John Pawlovich, speakers will be posted as confirmed.

GotoWebinar is the host program for these sessions. To ensure this program works properly, please ensure you are running this on a system newer than Windows XP. Once you register for the education session, you must then register with GoToWebinar, the link will be provided in your registration confirmation from BCPRA.

You must be online for a minimum of 50% of the session to receive the credits.  
GotoWebinar is the program which will host these sessions,  in order to ensure this program works properly please ensure you are running this on a system newer than Windows XP. Once you register for the education session, you must then register with GoToWebinar, the link will be provided in your registration confirmation from BCPRA.
must register for the sessions to receive the accreditation. Upon registering for sessions, please inform us of your field so we can provide you with the proper certification upon completion. You must be online for a minimum of 50% of the session to receive the credits.  

Presentations from previous years:


View the 2014 video files here.
 


Province Wide Rounds
UBC Division of Nephrology Province-Wide Rounds are held throughout the year on a variety of renal care topics. Rounds are hosted at St. Paul's Hospital or Vancouver General Hospital and videoconferenced to ten sites around the province. 

Local and invited speakers present to an audience that includes staff nephrologists, fellows, residents, visiting medical students, renal nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, social workers, and other healthcare professionals.

Sessions are taped and available below.

Schedule

​September - December 2016

​Videos of past rounds

July 30, 2016

Moving to Ultralow GDP Solutions
David Johnson

June 24, 2016

Standardized Outcomes in Nephrology - Hemodialysis (SONG-HD)
Allison Tong 

June 3, 2016

Peritoneal Dialysis in the Elderly Patient
Joanne M Bargman, MD  FRCPC Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto Staff Nephrologist, University Health Network

May 27, 2016

Looking Into The Future: What Does PKD Care Look Like in 2020?York Pei, MD, FRCPC Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology University Health Network, University of Toronto 

May 20, 2016 

Kidney Transplant 2015 Annual Data Report - Part 2
Jag Gill MD, MPH Medical Director, Data and Quality, BC Transplant

May 13, 2016 

Provincewide Renal Biopsy Rounds
Various case discussion

April 29, 2016 

Everything the Nephrologist Wanted to Know About Hepatitis C ...
Eric M. Yoshida MD, FRCP(C), Division of Gastroenterology, Vancouver General Hospital

April 22, 2016 

Kidney Transplant Annual Data Report
Jag Gill MD MPH  Medical Director, Data and Quality, BC Transplant

April 15, 2016 

The Golden Years With or Without Dialysis
Dr. M. Beaulieu and Dr. M. Karim 


April 1, 2016 

Kidney Disease in the Growing Adult Congenital Heart Disease Population
Dr. Jasmine Grewal, Cardiologist, PACH Program Director Crdiac Obstetrics Program, Clinical Associate Professor, UBC

March 11, 2016 

CMV:  Resistance and Persistence
Alissa Wright

March 4, 2016 

Metabolism and Nephrology - Inpatient Cases from 2015
Dr. Sandra Sirrs MDFRCPC

February 19, 2016 

Renal Transplant Rounds - Case reviews
Jag Gill and David Landsberg 

February 12, 2016 

Improving Transplant Education Outside of Transplant Centers:  Lessons Learned
Amy D. Waterman, PhD, Associate Professor, UCLA Nephrology, Director, Transplant research and Education Center (TREC)


January 29, 2016 

Quality Metrics in Hemodialysis
Dr. John Antonsen

View Previous Years: 

December 18, 2015 

Province Wide Transplant Rounds
Dr. Landsberg


December 11, 2015

Province Wide Nephrology Biopsy Rounds


October 30, 2015 

New Approaches to Management of Hyperkalemia
George L. Bakris, MD, F.A.S.N., F.A.H.A. Professor of Medicine, Director, ASH Comprehensive Hypertension Center, Chicago, Il.

October 23, 2015 

Nephrology Around The World
John Feehally International Society of Nephrology  


September 25, 2015 

PD for the Suboptimal Start
Arsh Jain MD, FRCPC, MSc 


Sept 11, 2015 

Provincewide Renal Biopsy Rounds
Alex McGill and others


June 5, 2015 

BMT and Kidney Disease: Acute & Chronic Manifestations 
Dr. Thomas Nevill, 
Clinical Director, Leukemia/BMT program of BC


June 26, 2015 

It's Expensive. Should We Pay For It?
Dr. Phil McFarlane, MD, PhD, FRCP(C)
St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto
 

Tab HeadingProvince Wide Rounds

UBC Division of Nephrology Province-Wide Rounds are held throughout the year on a variety of renal care topics. Rounds are hosted at St. Paul's Hospital or Vancouver General Hospital and videoconferenced to ten sites around the province. 

Local and invited speakers present to an audience that includes staff nephrologists, fellows, residents, visiting medical students, renal nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, social workers, and other healthcare professionals.

Sessions are taped and available below.

Schedule


Videos of past rounds

April 29, 2016 

Everything the Nephrologist Wanted to Know About Hepatitis C ...
Eric M. Yoshida MD, FRCP(C), Division of Gastroenterology, Vancouver General Hospital

April 22, 2016 

Kidney Transplant Annual Data Report
Jag Gill MD MPH  Medical Director, Data and Quality, BC Transplant

April 15, 2016 

The Golden Years With or Without Dialysis
Dr. M. Beaulieu and Dr. M. Karim 


April 1, 2016 

Kidney Disease in the Growing Adult Congenital Heart Disease Population
Dr. Jasmine Grewal, Cardiologist, PACH Program Director Crdiac Obstetrics Program, Clinical Associate Professor, UBC

March 11, 2016 

CMV:  Resistance and Persistence
Alissa Wright

March 4, 2016 

Metabolism and Nephrology - Inpatient Cases from 2015
Dr. Sandra Sirrs MDFRCPC

February 19, 2016 

Renal Transplant Rounds - Case reviews
Jag Gill and David Landsberg 

February 12, 2016 

Improving Transplant Education Outside of Transplant Centers:  Lessons Learned
Amy D. Waterman, PhD, Associate Professor, UCLA Nephrology, Director, Transplant research and Education Center (TREC)


January 29, 2016 

Quality Metrics in Hemodialysis
Dr. John Antonsen

View Previous Years: 

 
 

 
 

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