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On-demand webinars

Applying Incremental PD to Benefit Your Dialysis Patients: Clinical and Practical Insights (ENG)

DATE: Thursday June 24, 2021
SPEAKER: Dr Adrian Liew (Singapore), Prof Joanne Bargman (Canada), Prof Edwina Brown (UK)


  • Clinical evidence on Incremental PD
  • Latest guidelines on Incremental PD
  • Benefits of Incremental PD
  • Applying Incremental PD to clinical practice

  • Clinical Perspective: The Value of Remote Patient Management (RPM) 2021 and Beyond

    DATE: Saturday, May 22 2021
    SPEAKER: Dr. Marjorie Foo (Singapore), Dr Kamonwan Tangvoraphonkchai (Thailand), Ms Margaret Wayne (Australia), Dr Sunita Bavanadan (Malaysia)


  • Discuss the use of patient-centered health data sharing in RPM in PD patients
  • Share an Australian center's perspective and experience of RPM
  • Discuss the challenges and key learnings regarding setting up and implementing RPM in PD programs

  • Prevention, Diagnosis and Management of Peritonitis – Challenges in our Region: Case-Based Discussion

    DATE: Friday November 20, 2020
    SPEAKER: Dr. Adrian Liew (Singapore)
    MODERATOR : Dr. Nor Fadhlina Binti Zakaria (Malaysia)


  • Recent updates in the ISPD guidelines
  • Prevention, diagnosis and management of peritonitis
  • Case-based discussion to prevent, diagnose and manage peritonitis in our region

  • Tailoring PD modality: Does the choice matter? Nuts and Bolts of PD: Case-based discussion

    DATE: Friday September 25, 2020
    SPEAKER: Dr. Lily Mushahar (Malaysia) and Dr. Sunita Bavanandan (Malaysia)
    MODERATOR : Dr. Siribha Changsirikulchai (Thailand)


  • Importance of tailoring PD modality to the patient needs
  • Nuts and bolts of PD for better clinical decision making: Case-based discussion

  • Overview of the recent ISPD guidelines: Is there anything new?

    DATE: Friday August 21, 2020
    SPEAKER: Dr. Marjorie Foo (Singapore)
    MODERATOR : Dr. Lily Mushahar (Malaysia)


  • Recent updates in the ISPD guidelines
  • High-quality goal-directed PD for better patient outcomes and reduced treatment burden
  • Adoption of the guidelines in Southeast Asia