The course will run over two consecutive days and topic delivery will be lecture based and MCQ discussions.
Highlights of Revise Nephrology Weekend
4 dedicated topic wise MCQ sessions
Option of attending online and in person
Access to recorded lectures and MCQ sessions for 6 months
2 sets of pre course MCQs
Participants are encouraged to formulate questions and are welcome to discuss it during the lectures.
Links to join the lectures will be sent few days prior to the weekend.
Feedback from past participants have consistently shown that more than 90% of the participants rated the course either very good or excellent for FRACP exam preparation and would highly recommend it to others.
Dr. Surjit Tarafdar is a Staff Specialist in the departments of Medical Assessment Unit and Nephrology at the Blacktown Hospital and a conjoint senior lecturer in Medicine at the University of Western Sydney.
Dr.Sanjay Swaminathan is a clinical immunologist and immune-pathologist who works at Westmead and Blacktown Hospitals. Following his PhD, he worked as a Post-doctoral Fellow at the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research. His research interests centre on the role of microRNAs in various diseases, including HIV and multiple sclerosis.
Dr Kamal Sud is the departmental head of Renal Medicine at Nepean hospital. He is also the co-director of peritoneal dialysis (western renal services) and regional dialysis center (Blacktown Hospital) and member of ANZDATA peritoneal dialysis working group.
Dr Katrina Chau is a renal physician at Blacktown Hospital. She graduated from University of New South Wales in 2005 and obtained her FRACP in nephrology in 2013. She is currently completing a PhD at the University of Sydney in preeclampsia.