1-2. Welcome talk. Vladimir Dlin (eng)

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1-2. Welcome talk. Vladimir Dlin (eng)

  1. 1. Russian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists Prof. A.V. Papayan (St. Petersburg) has proposed to establish a Russian Society of Pediatric Nephrology in 1996.
  2. 2. Russian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists • Russian Society of Pediatric Nephrology was established in 1997. • Prof. M.S. Ignatova has been the first President of the Russian Society of Pediatric Nephrology (1997 to 2012).
  3. 3. Russian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists Pediatric nephrologists in Russia work actively all together by conducting a lot of meetings, conferences, workshops in different regions of Russia.
  4. 4. Russian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists Main objectives: • To improve the standard of Pediatric Nephrology care in Russia. • To promote the up-to date professional knowledge and share experience of pediatric nephrology among Russian pediatric nephrologists. • To provide a means of liaison with workers in Pediatric Nephrology in other parts of the world. • Russian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists is interested in developing national guidelines and registries of chronic kidney diseases in children and conducting of clinical trials in Pediatric Nephrology by collaborating with the IPNA and ESPN.
  5. 5. Russian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists Members: more than 400 from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova and Kazakhstan.
  6. 6. Russian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists • Web-site of the Russian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists http://kidney.org.ru was founded in 2011.
  7. 7. Russian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists Activity for 15 years: • 10 Russian Congresses of Pediatric Nephrology (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Voronezh, Rostov-na-Donu, etc.) • 5 Teaching Courses in Pediatric Nephrology supported by the IPNA and ESPN (Orenburg, Voronezh, St. Petersburg, Vladivostok) • The IPNA/ESPN Teaching Course “Pediatric Nephrology: evidence-based statements and open questions” helds in Moscow firstly
  8. 8. IPNA/ESPN TEACHING COURSE “PEDIATRIC NEPHROLOGY: «EVIDENCE-BASED STATEMENTS AND OPEN QUESTIONS“, Moscow, Russia, October 22-24, 2013 WELCOME !

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