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EuDial Working Group

European Dialysis Working Group

EuDial Working Group

About us

Dialysis is a life-saving therapy core to the practice of nephrology. Haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis practices and outcomes vary across Europe.

The mission of the European Dialysis Working Group (EuDial) is to improve care and outcomes for people living with kidney failure.

The objectives of the EuDial Working Group are to enhance the quality of dialysis care, through education, research and fostering networking opportunities for kidney health professionals and scientists engaged in dialysis care. This includes the spectrum of dialysis modalities, transitions from chronic kidney disease to kidney replacement therapy, between kidney replacement therapies, and conservative kidney management.

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Join this Working Group

Join this Working Group

Becoming an Ordinary Member of an ERA Working Group is easy and free of charge. Ordinary Members must be ERA Members with a proven interest in the research area covered by the WG.

By joining the EuDial Working Group you will receive updates on the Working Group initiatives: e-seminars, CMEs, research projects and networking opportunities.

To become an Ordinary Member and receive the EuDial WG Newsletter take a few simple steps:
1. Login with your My ERA account
2. Go to MY PROFILE
3. Click on Working Groups
4. Select EuDial from the list and click on Submit

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EuDial Board

The EuDial Board provides strategic direction to the working group. Board members enhance the exchange of expertise and international cooperation.

Carlo Basile

Carlo Basile

Chair
Italy
Sandip Mitra

Sandip Mitra

Vice-Chair
United Kingdom

Christian Combe – Chair-Elect, France

Gaetano Alfano, Italy

Adrian Covic, Romania

Casper Franssen, The Netherlands

Vassilios Liakopoulos, Greece

Valerie Luyckx, Switzerland

Bjorn Meijers, Belgium

Rukshana Shroff, United Kingdom

Events organised by EuDial

EuDial CME Course 2018 “Haemodialysis Update 2018: from basics to advances in the treatment in CKD”
October 3, 2018, Rimini, Italy