Professional Education: Continuing Medical Education Conference

May 16-19, 2023

Record attendance of 611 physicians, PA’s, nurses, and other healthcare professionals attending.

The National Kidney Foundation of Utah & Idaho’s annual professional education program is targeted to deliver practice guidelines, materials for implementation, and conferences that put state-of-the-art information about kidney disease and treatment into the hands of healthcare providers.

Kidney Learning Day: A Partnership Between Primary Care and Nephrology

When? Thursday, May 19th, 2022 — 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Thursday Nephrology Conference Program

2:30 SGLT2i, GLP-1A and MRA in Cardiorenal Protection (1 CME)
Moniqué Cho, MD
3:30 Systemic Effects of Air Pollution Including the Kidney (1 CME)
Robert Paine, MD
4:30 Nephrotoxicity of Common Drugs (1 CME)
Bruce Horowitz, MD

Lectures are 1 hour and are only offered at the times listed.

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Contact: Call (801) 564-5585 for more information.

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