NHSBT recently launched a funding application call for Behavioural research; please see links below for your information.
Applications close on the 22nd September 2017
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2017 BRS Conference and to all who provided helpful feedback. This will be invaluable is helping us to plan future meetings.
In addition, we would like to get views about future meetings from a broad range of people across the UK renal community. I would therefore be very grateful if you would take 5 min to complete a short online survey (17 brief questions) to tell us your preferences. The BRS exists to serve the renal community and we would very much like to hear from you, so that we can be sure that we are responding to the needs of the community.
Please share this link with any colleagues who would be willing to complete the survey.
Professor of Medicine, Division of Medical Sciences and Graduate Entry Medicine, University of Nottingham Honorary Consultant Nephrologist, Royal Derby Hospital
Hello again from the executive team.
Summer is upon us and I have no doubt that some of you will be migrating to the sunshine for some well earned R and R. As many of you will be aware we have made some changes this year.
Firstly, we will soon have a ‘new-look’ website with an updated logo, a fresh and current looking ‘front end’ and a more functional business end. Thank you to all who have contributed to the updated content, especially the chapters and committee leads as well as Lisa, Rachel Johnson, Jan, and Julie, Candi and Charlotte in the secretariat for their efforts with Thumb Design to deliver this.
Congress plans are well underway and, as agreed by council and members at the AGM, our 2017 meeting will have a slightly new feel, with the first day being taken over by 3 themed symposia. We will also run a new style of poster presentations and an MDT plenary session. But more from Lorna in her update.
I would also like to thank all the surgeons who supported and contributed the COS/BTS day symposium at the association of Surgeons meeting in Belfast. It was a great success and showcased the excellent work we do in the field. We were also privileged to have Professor Dorry Segev as our special guest (BJS travelling fellow). His contribution was immense – thank you Dorry.