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The Renal Association (UK)

Renal Association is the efficient body for UK nephrologists (renal physicians, or kidney doctors) and renal scientists in the UK. The Renal Association was founded in 1950 and first met on March 30th. The first meeting with 30 attendees of the Association admitted urologists and obstetricians as well as physiologists and physicians. The Association met 4 times annually at the CIBA base rooms in London. Executive Committee rejected a proposal to dedicate a meeting to the unreal kidney, although the following year this became a topic of interest at what became the first confrontation of the International Society of Nephrology in Evian. The Renal Association is registered in England & Wales as Company 2229663, limited by guarantee and certifed as charity number 800733.Early on, a pattern of inviting distinguished speakers from overseas was established in July 1950 and In 1953 the Association organised the first international meeting on all condition of kidney function and disease. The Association grew, 91 of 235 members attending the January 1969 meeting. The fiftieth ceremony of the Association, and published as a booklet, The First Half-Century of the Renal Association, 1950-2000. More recently, it has become more active in issues around training of doctors and the devising and development of clinical services. The Association has become the importance of healthcare delivery by a multidisciplinary team and is united with the British Renal Society, the umbrella organisation for healthcare and patient organisations with an importance in kidney disease. Strong clinical leadership by the Renal Association, involving all health professionals is critical for us to boost services. We must work together, develop service delivery models and share modernization and good practice as one center to overcome the challenges ahead whilst improving patient care. In January 2010, The British Association of Paediatric Nephrology grow into a division of The Renal Association.

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