The event will be streaming as a virtual international healthcare conference, a full day series of informative webinars on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 from 8:00 am to 1:15 pm (Pacific Time in the U.S.)
LOS ANGELES, CA, March 05, 2021 /Neptune100/ —
HOW TO REGISTER: https://hopin.com/events/kidney-disease-impact-conference-2021
or on the Kidneys Quest Foundation website at www.kindeysquestfoundation.org
WHAT TO EXPECT: A dynamic day of keynote speakers that include medical professionals and kidney disease transplant specialists from the top three Kidney Transplant Organizations in the U.S., educational workshops, resources available plus information and support sources from people and companies who understand the needs of diabetic and renal patients.
The pandemic has severely impacted our lives, our healthcare systems, hospitals, medical facilities and healthcare professionals. How does this affect surgeries and transplants? What new or additional precautions and procedures are necessary for dialysis, blood transfusions and blood draws? How has COVID-19 affected diabetes and kidney disease patients, dialysis centers, treatment and medical procedures? This conference will focus on updates, recent information, clinical breakthroughs and healthcare issues, by bringing greater awareness about Diabetic Kidney Disease (DKD) during and after COVID-19.
SPEAKERS: Rebecca Craig-Schapiro, MD PhD, New York Presbyterian and Well Cornell Medical Center / LaTonya J. Hickson, MD, Mayo Clinic / Jose Manuel Monroy Trujillo, MD, Johns Hopkins Hospital / Aamer H Jamali MD FACC, FSCAI Interventional Cardiology Medical Group / Zahi Nassoura MD FACS, San Fernando Valley Vascular Group / Mavis Williams Billips, MD MPH / Tom Mone, CEO, One Legacy / Nina Abiera, LCSW MPA NSW-C / Shelly Greve, RN BSN
TOPICS INCLUDE: FAQs on Kidney Transplantation in the Era of COVID-19 / The Potential of Cell-Based Regenerative Therapy for Diabetic Kidney Disease / Vascular Disease and Its Effects on Diabetic Kidney Disease / Cardiovascular Disease Associated with DKD / Dermatological Lesions in Kidney Transplant Patients / Health Department Updates on Chronic Diseases and COVID-19