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EuDial Working Group

European Dialysis Working Group

EuDial Working Group

About us

The EuDial Working Group is aimed at encouraging research, communicating knowledge, teaching and contributing to education in the field of haemodialysis. The acronym EuDial, standing for European Dialysis Working Group, has been chosen to best summarize its activity and mission: to improve outcomes of chronic kidney disease patients by enhancing the quality of dialysis therapies in their broader sense and facilitating collaborative research in this field.

Given the increasing scientific interest in convective therapies (hemodiafiltration and hemofiltration), the working group has decided to focus on convective renal replacement therapies as the first aim. The rationale of this first mission is supported by several facts that include increasing interest in convective therapies translating into the rapid growth of patients treated by modern versions of these therapies and several reports suggesting an improvement in CKD patient outcomes.

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Join this working group

Being an ordinary member of the EuDial Working Group means being part of a network which facilitates exchanges of ideas on basic science research and new treatment protocols.

Becoming an ordinary member of the EuDial Working Group is free of charge and easy to do within your personal My ERA. Ordinary members must be ERA members and persons with a proven interest in the research area covered by the WG.

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

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, France
Adrian Covic, Romania
Vassilios Liakopoulos, Greece
Valerie Luyckx, Switzerland
Rukshana Shroff, United Kingdom
Frank Van Der Sande, The Netherlands