The course will be held In-person at Guy's Hospital, London, UK. All the talks in this meeting will be delivered by consultants who are experts in the subject being presented. They all run clinics specifically for patients with topic under discussion.
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What does this course cover?
Systemic Lupus erythematosus (lupus) is a multisystem disease and consequently clinicians from a range of specialities care for these patients. It is a disease that doctors and nurses in general medicine and primary care also need to be aware of. This course will be a series of in person talks that cover the main clinical manifestations of lupus, in addition to histopathology and genetics, and interactive case discussions.
More information on what the course will cover can be found in the provisional programme.
What will I achieve?
The aim is to update doctors and nurses in the pathogenesis diagnosis and treatment of the diverse manifestations of lupus. Participants will not only be more aware of current developments, but also be more confident in their knowledge of diagnosis and treatment.
Who is this for?
Clinicians, trainees & nurses in the fields of nephrology, rheumatology and other specialties.
What is the teaching schedule?
Date: 18-19 January 2023
Venue: Guy’s Hospital, Great Maze Pond, London SE1 9RT
Hosted by: Centre for Nephrology, Urology and Transplantation at King’s College London.
'Current topics in Lupus 2024' is subject to be approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 11 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s).
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) provides accreditation as a supportive process of evaluating the quality of clinical services and promotes quality improvement through highlighting areas of best practice and areas for change, encouraging the continued development of the clinical service.
This course has received endorsements from the following organisations.
The UK Kidney Association
The UK Kidney Association is a professional body for the UK kidney community that represents people working in clinical renal care, treating and caring for people with kidney disease, those working in research, or related sciences and fields and all allied healthcare professionals as members.
More information about the UK Kidney Association can be found on their website.