The course is organized by the Sudanese American Medical Association (SAMA) in partnership with the Sudanese Nephrology Society and the Sudan Medical Specialization Board.
SAMA is a non-profit professional organization of Sudanese American physicians. Each course covers aspects of basic renal physiology, electrolytes and acid base disorders, glomerular disorders and acute and chronic kidney disease. It brings together US and international adult and pediatric nephrology experts.
Aimed at practicing nephrologists, nephrology fellows, medical registrars and internists, the objective is to give more explanation about the differential diagnosis of complex clinical presentations of patient with renal disorders. Participants set out to identify current therapeutic options for renal disorders as well as review and interpret up-to-date literature relevant to clinical practice. They also describe pathophysiological mechanisms that apply to manage the disorders.
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Prof. Hasan Abu Aisha giving a comment following Dr Hatim Hassan’s talks on renal physiology.
Prof. Babiker Kaballo Chair of the Renal Specialty Council of the Sudan Medical Specialization Board giving a talk on lupus nephritis from a Sudanese perspective.
Dr Hatim Hassan receiving a token of appreciation from Prof. Kaballo and Prof. Abdelwahab Elidrissi, a senior pediatric nephrologist. Also pitured, Dr Abubaker Abdelwahab.