Sharing Expertise to Support the Set-up of Renal Registries: The Global Situation and Inspiration from Established Registries in Latin America: Part 1

13 Apr 2024 1:00pm 2:30pm
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MariaPippias Chairperson University of BristolUnited Kingdom
FergusCaskey Chairperson University of Bristol, UKUnited Kingdom

Session description:
This session aims to map the current global situation of renal registry infrastructure and showcase the challenges and successes of renal registries with examples from around the world, recently established and long established.
Learning objectives:
To understand the current global renal registry infrastructure. To learn from and be inspired by renal registries from around the world that have recently become established. To learn from the SLANH and the progress it has made in convincing PAHO of the importance of renal registries in the South and Latin American region. To learn from and be inspired by established successful renal registries in the Latin America region.

Time Session
1:00pm
1:05pm
Welcome
MasaomiNangaku Speaker mnangaku@m.u-tokyo.ac.jpJapan
1:05pm
1:15pm
Introduction of SharE-RR
FergusCaskey Speaker Fergus.Caskey@bristol.ac.ukUniversity of Bristol, UKUnited Kingdom
1:15pm
1:25pm
Introduction of SharE-RR Toolkit
MariaPippias Speaker maria.pippias@bristol.ac.ukUniversity of BristolUnited Kingdom
1:25pm
1:40pm
Current State of Registries Worldwide, 2023 ISN-GKHA
AminuBello Speaker aminu1@ualberta.caUniversity of AlbertaCanada
1:40pm
2:10pm
The History of Renal Registries In Latin America: 1950 - Current (Including PAHO Collaboration)
MariaGonzalez Speaker registro@slanh.netSLANHUruguay
2:10pm
2:30pm
The Argentinian Renal Registry
GuillermoRosa Diez Speaker guillermo.rosadiez@hospitalitaliano.org.arHospital Italiano de Buenos Aires; Argentinean Society of Nephrology; Latinoamerican Society of Nephrology and Hypertension; International Society of NephrologyArgentina