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Conference Registration and Workshop Sign-up

If you have already registered for 2023 online with a credit card
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Please review our COVID-19 statement on this page prior to registering (required).

Upon completion of a credit card registration you will be able to use the password you enter to access your registration record and make changes/additions to workshops and elective activities. To cancel an elective activity please contact conference admin at crrt@res-inc.com. Refunds are not issued online.

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  1. Physicians / Other (MD, PhD, etc.)
  2. Physicians In Training (*Fellow, *Residents)
  3. Nurses
  4. Allied Personnel (Dieticians, Pharmacists)
  5. Industry Professional

*with letter of verification from department head


1. Early Bird Registration

On or before January 31, 2023

2. Pre-registration

February 1, 2023 - February 28, 2023

3. Registration

March 1, 2023 - April 1, 2023

  

CANT ATTEND IN PERSON?
Click Here to register for our Virtual Event!

  

FREE MULTIMEDIA PACKAGE WITH REGISTRATION - Again in 2023!

Register online by March 4 and receive a free Multimedia Package when you stay at the Conference Hotel - a $300 value! Please support the AKI & CRRT Conference and make your hotel reservations within the designated Marriott Marquis San Diego Room Block. Stay for a minimum of 3 nights and you will get access to the conference Multimedia Package (a post conference review that includes video/audio/slides). This discount is available per room and not per person. Please note that you must also make your hotel reservations within the group room block by March 4 to qualify.
Hotel Information and Reservations

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
All participants must register and pay the appropriate fee. Conference registrants will have access to all plenary sessions, standard workshops and poster sessions. The registration fee includes CME accreditation, conference syllabus (digital), coffee in the morning and at breaks, receptions on Wednesday and Thursday, and lunches on Thursday and Friday. On-site registration will begin on Tuesday, March 28. Poster Viewing will begin on Wednesday, March 29. For additional registration times see the program.

Registration Fee does not include Elective AKI Symposium or CRRT Workshop.

Registration Fees
(Subject to change. Include standard conference workshops)

Early Bird Registration on
or before Jan 31

Pre-registration
Feb 1-28

Registration
Mar 1-Apr 1

Physicians / Other (MD, PhD, etc.)
With Multimedia Package

$830
$1130

$940
$1240

$975
$1275

Physicians In Training*
With Multimedia Package

$615
$915

$725
$1025

$770
$1070

Nurses
With Multimedia Package

$615
$915

$725
$1025

$770
$1070

Allied Personnel (Dieticians, Pharmacists)
With Multimedia Package

$615
$915

$725
$1025

$770
$1070

Industry Professional
With Multimedia Package

$830
$1130

$940
$1240

$975
$1275

*Fellow/Residents - Letter of verification from Department Head required.

Elective Fees

Early Bird Registration on
or before Jan 31

Pre-registration
Feb 1-28

Registration
Mar 1-Apr 1

CRRT Workshop (w/ conference reg.)
Two Day Event

$280

$300

$320

AKI Symposium (w/ conference reg.)
AKI With Multimedia

$280
$415

$300
$435

$320
$455

AKI Symposium (w/o conference reg.)
AKI With Multimedia

$310
$445

$330
$465

$350
$485

CONFERENCE CANCELLATION POLICY
If your registration must be cancelled, your fee, less $100 U.S. for administrative costs, will be refunded upon your written request. No refunds will be made after March 7, 2023. Allow 6-8 weeks for refund.

ELECTIVE AKI SYMPOSIUM AND CRRT WORKSHOP

  PRE-CONFERENCE ELECTIVE TWO DAY CRRT WORKSHOP
  Tuesday - 1:45-6:00pm and Wednesday - 8:00am-5:30pm, March 28 & 29.
  (includes Wednesday lunch and breaks both days)
    Practice Based Learning in CRRT: The Science and the Art

  PRE-CONFERENCE ELECTIVE FULL DAY AKI SYMPOSIUM
  sponsored by:
  The UAB-UCSD O'Brien Core Center for Kidney Injury Research

  Wednesday, March 29 (7:55am-5:30pm, includes lunch, breaks)
  AKI & CRRT 2023 registration is not required to attend this symposium.
    Changing Paradigms in Acute Kidney Injury:
                From Mechanisms to Management

     With Post-Conference Online Presentation add $135 Details


COVID-19 STATEMENT
We are strongly urging attendees to be vaccinated prior to arriving at the Marriott Marquis San Diego so we can provide as safe a meeting as possible.

Everyone should take these precautions:

  • Please get tested for COVID-19 three days prior to your arrival.
  • Do not come to the event if you are sick or have tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Do not come to the event if you have been advised to quarantine or isolate by a health care provider or a public health official.
  • If you develop signs and symptoms of illness while at the event, please leave and seek medical assistance as appropriate.
  • Abide by the current mask guidelines.
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available. Hand sanitizer and extra face coverings will be provided by organizers.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing.
Up-to-date San Diego COVID-19 Information:
https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/coronavirus.html

California Guidelines:
https://covid19.ca.gov/masks-and-ppe/

MEET THE EXPERT
$60 each
Limited to the first 30 delegates per session, includes breakfast. These sessions allow participants to meet and interact with internationally renowned experts in an informal setting over breakfast. This is an excellent opportunity to ask questions, learn how these experts manage patients, get guidance for projects and network. Choose 1 of 2 sessions on either day.

Tuesday Morning, March 8 - 7:00-8:15am
          ME1 How do I Manage the Patient with Septic AKI
              Claudio Ronco and Peter Pickkers
  Or     ME2 How do I Dose Volume During CRRT?
              Marlies Ostermann and Raghavan Murugan

Wednesday Morning, March 9 - 7:00-8:15am
          ME3 When Do I say No to Offer RRT
              John Prowle and Ashita Tolwani
  Or     ME4 How do I Manage the Oliguric Patient?
              Patrick Murray and Glenn Chertow

Thursday Morning, March 10 - 6:45-8:00am
          ME5 Deciding who Needs to Start and Stop RRT
              Ron Wald and Marlies Ostermann
  Or     ME6 How do I Assess the Volume Status of My Patient?
              Kianoush Kashani and Andrew Shaw

ONLINE MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS
$300 with registration or FREE with conference hotel stay!
Purchase of this package enables you to review presentations in a state-of-the-art format that includes streaming audio/video, and synchronized slides. Make this purchase now (with registration selection above) and SAVE significantly over post-conference purchase of individual plenary sessions and workshops. Details

Register online by March 4 and receive a free Multimedia Package when you stay at the Conference Hotel - a $300 value! Please support the AKI & CRRT Conference and make your hotel reservations within the designated Marriott Marquis San Diego Room Block. Stay for a minimum of 3 nights and you will get access to the conference Multimedia Package (a post conference review that includes video/audio/slides). This discount is available per room and not per person. Please note that you must also make your hotel reservations within the group room block by March 4 to qualify. Hotel Information and Reservations

MORNING AND LUNCH SYMPOSIA
These symposia are included with registration but have limited enrollment, RSVPs are required and are made during registration. There are 2 morning options on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (coffee served), and 4 lunch options on Tuesday and Wednesday. CME is available for the morning symposia only (except D). Lunch symposia are Non-CME.

MORNING SYMPOSIA - CME Available for A, B, C, E, & F
Thursday

A. Plasma Exchange in Critically Ill Patients: Who, When and How
Shina Menon (Moderator)
Esiei Noiri and Akash Deep (Discussants)
Plasma exchange (PE) is increasingly utilized in the ICU with CRRT and other extracorporeal techniques. This symposium will describe the best approaches for applying PE in critically ill patients and explore merging opportunities for managing patients with hybrid therapies

B. Personalized Management of Shock: How to use Biomarkers, Vasopresssors and Fluids?
Sean Bagshaw (Moderator)
Kianoush Kashani and Lui Forni (Discussants)
There is increasing evidence that different patient respond differently to fluids and vasopressor management for shock. This symposium will discuss how best we may identify phenotypes to personalize fluid type (colloids and crystalloids and blood products) and volume and vasopressor management in shock patients to improve outcomes.

S1. One Size Does NOT Fit All when TAKING FOCUS on AKI - Leveraging on Ongoing Automatic AKI Clinical Decision Support Program to Lead to More Personalized Care (Non-CME)
One hour Session: Four 12-15 minute presentations
     The TAKING FOCUS 2 CDS Algorithm Structure to Personalize CRRT Initiation
        Stuart Goldstein, MD
     Sepsis Associated AKI: Recalibration for Sub-Phenotypes
        Natalja Stanski, MD
     RAAS in Pediatric AKI: Personalizing Angiotensin II therapy - The Right
      Patient for the Drug

        Naomi Pode-Shakked, MD PhD
     This Loop of Henle Smells Funny - A Biomarker to Predict Furosemide
      Responsiveness

        Matthew Alder, MD PhD

Friday
C. Optimization of the CRRT Program to Improve Outcomes
Ashita Tolwani and Stuart Goldstein (Moderators)
Although RRT is commonly applies worldwide there are minimal established criteria for monitoring the quality of care delivered. This symposium will describe the characteristics of top-tier CRRT programs and describe strategies and tools to develop Quality Improvement merging data from CRRT devices and clinical information. The importance of policies, procedures, and dashboards will be discussed.
     Establishing Quality Metrics for RRT: Do We Need the EMR? - Manish Kaushik
     Team Based Management of CRRT: It Takes a Village - Katie Plomaritas
     Harnessing Multimodal Data Streams to Improve CRRT Delivery - Javier Neyra

D. Clinical Development Strategies in AKI - Non-CME
Claudio Ronco and Ron Wald (Moderators)
There has been considerable interest in development of new diagnostic and therapeutic agents for AKI, however very limited success in getting any drug to market. This session explores the emerging concepts of clinical trial design, end-point selection and data analytics and how they may be applied for AKI.
     Endpoints for Early Phase AKI Studies - John Kellum
     Adaptive Trials for AKI: Promises and Perils - Kathleen Liu
     Pragmatic Trials in AKI: Are We Ready? - Matthieu LeGrand

Saturday
E. Innovations in Caring for Patients with Dysnatremias
Thomas Rimmelle (Moderator)
Lenar Yessayan and Nuttha Lumertgul (Discussants)
Dysnatremias are commonly encountered in ICU patients and are often difficult to manage. This symposium will cover the pathophysiology of hypo and hypernatremia and discuss the practical issues for management of these disorders with novel agents and describe how RRT can be used for severe disorders.

F. Optimizing Fluid Management in the ICU: Fit for Purpose?
Michael Connor (Moderator)
Michael Joannidis and Kathleen Liu (Discussants)
Fluid administration is an integral component of management, however there is considerable variation in the type and quantity of fluids used and increasing concern that fluid therapy contributes to AKI. This symposium will review the evidence for our current strategy for using crsytalloids, colloids and blood products and provide guidance on best practices to manage patients in different settings.

INDUSTRY LUNCH SYMPOSIA - Non-CME
Thursday

For updates and details regarding these lunches vist Industry Sessions

T1 Management of Critically Ill Patients with CRRT and Advanced Extracorporeal Technology, a Review of Clinical Scenarios
Supported by: Baxter

T2 Exciting Development in Hepatorenal Syndrome
Supported by: Mallinckrodt Hospital Products, Inc.

T3 AI and CDSS for AKI and RRT: Are We Ready?
Nick Selby and Neesh Pannu (Moderators)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques are rapidly expanding and have provided new insights and opportunities to risk assess, detect and intervene in several conditions. However their application requires development of clinical decision support systems (CDSS) to improve prevention and management. This symposium will highlight the advances in the field and their application for AKI and RRT.
     How to Think About Machine Learning Studies - Francis Perry Wilson
     Incorporating Multi-Modal Data to Improve AKI Management - Azra Bihorac
     Designing and Implementing a CDSS for AKI and RRT - Jay Koyner

Friday
For updates and details regarding these lunches vist Industry Sessions

FR1 - The Selective Cytopheretic Device - A Novel Host Response Targeting Cell Directed Extracorporeal Therapy in AKI
Supported by: SeaStar Medical

FR2 - Anticoagulation and Acid-Base Disorders in AKI Requiring CKRT
Supported by: Fresenius Medical Care

FR3 - Detecting and Treating an Old Foe with New Weapons
Supported by: Spectral Medical

FR4 - Neonatal CRRT: Building a Program with Carpediem
Supported by: Medtronic

FR5 - Title TBD
Supported by: BioPorto

FR6 - Title TBD
Supported by: TBD

PLEASE NOTE: Only the Lunch Symposia listed are included with registration, no additional lunches will be provided.

PRINTED SYLLABUS
$50 each
Spiral-bound, 8.5x11 booklet, approx. 200 pages (a complete digital version on usb drive is included with registration.)