THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON DIABETES, DIALYSIS AND KIDNEY DISEASE:
COVID-19 has become the greatest challenge the world currently faces. Truly a matter of life and death, the pandemic has severely impacted our lives, our healthcare systems, hospitals and medical facilities, healthcare professionals, medical research, governments, world markets, the economy and humanity itself. Many new medical questions have arisen such as, 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?
FOCUS ON DIABETIC KIDNEY DISEASE DURING COVID-19:
In response to many new questions and concerns, the 2021 Kidney Disease Impact Conference presented by Kidneys Quest Foundation 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.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
A dynamic day of keynote speakers that include medical professionals and kidney disease transplant specialists; educational workshops, resources that are available, plus sources for information and support from people and companies who understand the needs of diabetic and renal patients.
March 09, 2021:
On Tuesday 03.09.2021 the event will stream as a virtual international healthcare conference, a full day series of informative webinars. The event will bring together medical and healthcare professionals, patients, caregivers and anyone interested in learning more about kidney disease for an incredible educational opportunity.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Renal patients, Caregivers, Social Workers, Nurses, Dieticians, Dialysis Technicians, Medical Directors, Administrators and Organization Managers, Healthcare Workers, Caregivers, Physicians and Healthcare professionals. Concerned friends, affected families, the community, or anyone interested in learning more about kidney disease and dialysis are also welcome.