It is our pleasure to invite you to the 53rd annual meeting of the Swiss Society of Nephrology in Interlaken.
The corona virus pandemic is still a challenge for all of us. Last year's congress had to be cancelled due to COVID regulations and we very much hope that with ongoing vaccination we will be able to meet in person this year.
The traditional CME course is not part of this year's annual meeting. It has been organized by the scientific committee in Aarau on 3rd and 4th of September 2021.
The satellite symposium for nurses will traditionally be held in parallel to the main program on Thursday 9th December 2021.
For the main program two speakers that were planned for last year's meeting are scheduled to address relevant clinical issues: Prof. Fadi Fakhouri (Lausanne) on the role of complement in glomerular diseases and Prof. Wim van Biesen (Gent) on transition to peritoneal dialysis. Prof. Thomas Fehr (Chur) will talk on SGLT2-inhibitors and their important role in non-diabetic kidney diseases. Dr. Christoph Stein (Heidelberg) will lecture on the microbiome, a field that is gaining more and more importance. The key lecture by Dr. Aitana Lebrand (Genf) will address the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in different fields in medicine. Finally, Dr. Urs Stoffel (FMH Olten) will discuss future cost models.
We are very happy to welcome the Young Nephrologists, our next generation of nephrologists and a key to the future of nephrology. This new group will present themselves on Thursday evening.
Come and join us for interesting discussions and networking!
Looking forward to seeing you in Interlaken,
Ann-Kathrin Schwarzkopf and Stephan Segerer
Co-congress presidents SGN-SSN 2021
SGN-SSN: 16 credits
SGAIM-SSMIG: 10 credits
All persons (participants, speakers, industry partners, stand constructors, congress center staff, MC staff) who enter the building of the Kursaal Interlaken during the congress must be able to present a valid Swiss COVID certificate (QR code).This will be checked at the entrance.
Kindly take note that there will be no possibility to being tested at the entrance of the Kursaal.
Once inside, the mask is mandatory. Sanitary gel will be at disposal.