8. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Nephrologie
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8th Annual Congress of the German society of Nephrology Agenda
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The European Hyponatraemia Network (EHN) is proud to announce that the 6th annual Academy meeting – sponsored by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Europe Ltd – will be held on 26–27 February 2016.
This year’s EHN Academy meeting promises to build on the spectacular successes of the biggest ever EHN Academy meeting in February 2015, with leadi…
The fifth EHN Academy Meeting was held in Barcelona, and consisted of a mix of presentations, interactive case studies and workshop sessions that stimulated an unprecedented level of engagement with the audience and the liveliest discussion sessions seen at the EHN to date. Click on the links below to read about the event, or to view videos of the …
The fourth EHN Academy Meeting took place in Zurich, Switzerland, aiming to build strong collaborative relationships between endocrinology/nephrology and oncology. A variety of presentations and workshops updated delegates on the latest research in hyponatraemia, and explored how endocrinologists, nephrologists and oncologists can best work togethe…
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