New England Chapter Educational Seminars

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On Saturday, November 5, 2011 the New England Chapter hosted another great Educational Program. Links to the presentations by Steven Gabardi, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS and Lisa McDevitt Potter, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS are below.

Click here to view Steven Gabardi's presentation, "What's in the Medicine Cabinet of Patients with Kidney Disease, with or without a Transplant?"
Click here to view Lisa McDevitt Potter's presentation, "Getting the Meds you Need, Insurance, Copays, and Assitance"
Click here to view Lisa McDevitt Potter's presentation, "Medication Management for ADPKD".  

 

On March 26, 2011, the New England Chapter held its annual Educational Seminar.  We were extremely fortunate to have had the following speakers at the seminar: 

Dr. Ronald Perrone presented on the latest news concerning Clinical Trials of Drugs Targeted Towards PKD. Dr. Jim Rodrigue discussed the Psychological Aspects of Living with PKD.  Transplant Coordinator, Deb Basler presented on the entire kidney transplant process. All three presenters were kind enough to allow us to post their presentations here. Finally we enjoyed a screening of a short PKD animated video created by students at the New England Institute  of Art. They spoke briefly about their experience learning about PKD and the work they did. There is a link to view this video.

Click here to view Deb Basler's presentation slides

 

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