The Cardiorenal Forum has held a number of educational webinars in place of its usual face to face meetings for healthcare professionals. We are pleased to be able to offer these webinars ‘on demand’ now so you can watch any that you missed them or if you want to further review the presentations and discussions you viewed.
All our webinars are given by an expert panel and include case-based and practical learning including discussion of questions asked by webinar viewers during the live event. If you want to view any of our webinars and find out more information on their content, follow the links below.
For information on our upcoming webinar follow this link Heart failure in pandemic times: assessing evidence for treating iron deficiency.
Cardiorenal Masterclass: Intravenous iron in cardiorenal disease
This webinar took place on 7th December 2020
Dr Caroline Evans, Dr Matthew Graham-Brown, Professor Paul Kalra, Professor Philip Kalra, Ms Sue Scott, Professor Myles Wolf
Care of the cardiorenal patient: a focus on RAAS inhibition and management of hyperkalaemia
This webinar took place on 22nd October 2020
Ms Carys Barton, Ms Janine Beezer, Dr Patricia Campbell, Professor Paul Kalra, Professor Philip Kalra, Dr Kieran McCafferty
A practical approach to improving clinical outcomes for patients with cardiorenal disease
This webinar took place on 9th October 2020
Professor Steve Bain, Professor Paul Kalra, Professor Philip Kalra, Professor Mark Petrie, Ms Jackie Price, Professor David Wheeler, Dr Anthony Wierzbicki
Cardiorenal Masterclass: Intravenous iron in cardiovascular patients
This webinar took place on 29th September 2020
Dr Chris Allen, Dr Caroline Evans, Dr Paul WX Foley, Professor Paul Kalra, Professor Philip Kalra, Ms Sue Scott
Providing key cardiorenal care during and after the COVID-19 pandemic
This webinar took place on 18th May 2020
Ms Carys Barton, Professor Paul Kalra, Professor Philip Kalra, Professor John McMurray, Dr Geraint Morton
The Cardiorenal Forum (CRF) is an independent group formed in 2006. The key objective of the group is to highlight the important clinical overlap that exists between patients presenting with a primary cardiovascular or renal problem. Our annual scientific meeting is our main event to bring together all involved in the management of such patients to share ideas and learn more about how to deliver high quality care. In 2020 we are delighted to be rolling out practical digital activities to focus on challenging aspects of managing cardiorenal patients