Thank you to all who attended and participated in the CNTN Spring Virtual Research Symposium on April 21.

Speakers included:

  • Dr. Maoliosa Donald and patient partner Dwight Sparkes presented their project, “My Kidneys My Health website: developed by patients for patients”
  • Dr. Melissa Schorr presented her proposal, “Diuretic use in patients with residual renal function on hemodialysis”
  • Dr. Kristin Clemens presented her proposal, “Denosumab for the prevention of fragility fractures in hemodialysis: pilot study for an innovative, randomized-controlled trial, embedded in routine care (PREFERRED-1)”

Presentations were followed by an engaging question and answer period.

Learning Objectives were:

  1. To learn about planned and ongoing Canadian trials
  2. To provide meaningful feedback to investigators
  3. To build successful collaborations between investigators and patient partners

Watch the symposium recording below:

CNTN Spring Virtual Research Symposium 2021






CNTN Fall Virtual Research Symposium 2020


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