Discover and Learn with ERKNet's Educational Webinars

Would you like to deepen your knowledge of kidney disease and cutting-edge research? Then follow our ERKNet webinar series. Presented by renowned experts in the field, these webinars provide a unique opportunity to learn about the latest findings and advances in rare kidney disease treatment and research.

Engaging and Informative Content

Each webinar is a 60-minute session that gives you a solid overview of the disease and summarizes the latest findings. ERKNet webinars cover a wide range of topics related to rare kidney disease, including diagnosis, treatment, genetics and innovative research. Whether you are a medical student, health professional, patient, researcher, or just someone interested in kidney health, our webinars are free and open to everyone. 

Live Q&A Interaction

One of the highlights of the ERKNet webinars is the live Q&A session that takes place at the end of each presentation. This interactive part allows participants to directly engage with the expert and ask for clarifications, insights and opinions on the topics discussed. Your burning questions will be answered, resulting in a dynamic exchange of knowledge between experts and participants.

Moderation by ERKNet Education & Training Taskforce

ERKNet Education and Training Task Force members will moderate each session and ask your questions to the expert at the end of the session. 

Register for the webinar:

Please click on the title to register for the webinar. 

Please pay attention to the technical requirements provided with the access link. In case of access problems related to hospital firewalls, please use your private PC and WiFi connection

Find also all upcoming IPNA webinars here. 


4 pm CET




November 07 William Morello Predict Trial Results ERKNet
November 21 Arend Bökenkamp Lowe Syndrome ERKNet/ESPN
December 05 Djalila Mekahli & John Bissler Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Guideline ERKNet/ESPN/ERA
December 12 Rupesh Raina & Sidharth Kumar Sethi The Evolution of Kidney Replacement Therapies in Pediatric Inborn Errors of Metabolism and hyperammonemia IPNA