We are delighted that we are able to return to a face-to-face meeting in London this year.
The meeting will promote and share academic interest across the cardiorenal spectrum of disease taking in new targets, treatments and technologies in diabetes, heart failure, kidney transplantation, and chronic kidney disease.
Places for healthcare professionals are limited and will go fast!
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The broadcast from our virtual scientific meeting ‘Practical considerations in managing patients with cardiorenal disease’ is available to view. The meeting focused on improving the care we deliver to patients with a broad spectrum of cardiorenal disease, incorporating an evidence approach. Targets, treatments and new data were discussed by our speakers from around the UK, with particular focus on heart failure, diabetes, chronic kidney disease (CKD) and lipid management. Practical workshops, which focused in depth on the presentations with cases and discussion, were an integral part of the programme. The day was hosted by a multidisciplinary faculty in the studio who posed your questions to the experts and contributed to the workshop discussions.
We now have a wide range of webinars you can watch on demand. These cover topics from heart failure in pandemic times, intravenous iron in cardiovascular and cardiorenal patients, RAAS inhibition and hyperkalaemia, key cardiorenal care in the COVID-19 pandemic, to improving clinical outcomes for patients with cardiorenal disease
The Cardiorenal Forum (CRF) is an independent group formed in 2006. The key objective of the group is to highlight the important clinical overlap that exists between patients presenting with a primary cardiovascular or renal problem. Our annual scientific meeting is our main event to bring together all involved in the management of such patients to share ideas and learn more about how to deliver high quality care. We also hold practical digital activities to focus on challenging aspects of managing cardiorenal patients