Since awareness and knowledge among healthcare professionals are key in the identification and treatment of rare kidney diseases, ERKNet has introduced a three-year Postgraduate Curriculum based on clinical training, webinars, and e-learning providing state-of-the-art education on the entire spectrum of rare kidney diseases. Successful completers of the curriculum will be recognized as “European Rare Kidney Disease Specialists”.
The Taskforce members oversee the webinar curriculum, moderate the webinar sessions and decide about the future steps of the ERKucation programme.
||Amsterdam, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Academic Medical Center (AMC)||» Ped. center|
||Rome, Italy, Rome, Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital||» Ped. center|
|Stefanie Haeberle||Heidelberg, Germany, University Hospital||» Ped. center|
|Franz Schaefer||Heidelberg, Germany, University Hospital||» Ped. center|
|Tanja Wlodkowski||Heidelberg, Germany, University Hospital||» Ped. center|
|Tom Nijenhuis||Nijmegen, Netherlands, Radboud UMC||» Adult center|
|Jack Wetzels||Nijmegen, Netherlands, Radboud UMC||» Adult center|
|Aude Servais||Paris, France, Necker-Enfants Malades University Hospital||» Adult center|
|Marina Vivarelli||Rome, Italy, Rome, Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital||» Ped. center|