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CME 20

 

15.30-17.30      HALL M

 

Registry

Crosstalk in renal epidemiology

Chairs: Patrik Finne, Helsinki, Finland
             Kitty J. Jager, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Translational research in nephrology - Public Health
Simon Fraser, Southampton, United Kingdom
Chances and challenges of using routine data collections for renal health care research
Gert Mayer, Innsbruck, Austria
Prediction models
Bénédicte Stengel, Villejuif, France
The credibility of subgroup analyses
Georg Heinze, Vienna, Austria
Choosing the correct competing risk method - not always straightforward
Vianda Stel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
STROBE and the quality of reporting observational studies in nephrology
Fergus Caskey, Bristol, United Kingdom

 

CME Courses on May 21, 2016 are reserved to regularly registered congress members and are included in the registration fee. In order to participate in the CME Courses, all regularly registered congress members must go to the session halls and have their badge scanned by the hostesses at the entrance (at participant’s own responsibility). Please note that the seat capacity of the conference rooms is limited, therefore participation in these courses will be on a “first come first served” basis.

 
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CME Courses on May 21, 2016 are reserved to regularly registered congress members and are included in the registration fee. In order to participate in the CME Courses, all regularly registered congress members must go to the session halls and have their badge scanned by the hostesses at the entrance (at participant’s own responsibility). Please note that the seat capacity of the conference rooms is limited, therefore participation in these courses will be on a “first come first served” basis.

 
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