This was presented at the World Congress of Nephrology 2013 in Hong Kong under the Peritoneal Dialysis course session.
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Joanne Bargman is a staff nephrologist at the University Health Network and Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto. She received her MD cum laude from the University of Toronto. She was an exchange fellow in Melbourne for her senior medical residency year, and then pursued nephrology training at Stanford University. Her research focused on renal physiology and micropuncture. Upon returning to Toronto, she was recruited to the Toronto Western Hospital where she trained in peritoneal dialysis under Dimitrios Oreopoulos. She has more than 450 invited lectures internationally, on subjects as diverse as peritoneal dialysis, glomerulonephritis, and management of systemic lupus erythematosus. She is Director of Peritoneal Dialysis for the University Health Network in Toronto, and co-director of the Combined Renal-Rheumatology Lupus Clinic for the University Health Network.
Listening Dr. Bargman is absolutely interesting. I want to remark the importance to talk and discuss with patients about their risks when they turn anuric. I think patients should have a protagonic role in therapy decisions.
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