Welcome to Budapest Nephrology School Background - History of the Hungarian nephrology - Strong start at turn of 19th/20th century von Sándor Korányi 1866 - 1944 FIRST: - applied freezing point reduction to measure osmotic activity of urine - measured renal function by concentrating ability - coined the term „renal insufficiency” and hypostenuria History of Nephrology - Brake in further development of nephrology at eighties - Establishment of Hungarian Kidney Foundation 1987 Establishment of Hungarian Kidney Foundation Established: Strategic plans: In 1987 by Laszlo Rosivall - provision of grants by applications - establishment of Nephrology Type: Charity, public foundation Research and Training Centre, 1990 - academic nucleus by inter-departmental network Aim: - training young talented nephrologists at international levels To support the development of education, research and - establishment of PhD program, 1993 clinical practice of nephrology - establishment of an international refreshing course, 1994 - establishment of Awards Idea of Budapest Nephrology School - early nineties: HKF and ISN Suggestion to Ike to support a regional education center in Central Europe to foster the development of nephrology in ex-socialist countries Benefit - low cost - convenient location - easy follow up - easy understanding Outcome Education and training of critical number of physicians and researchers from Hungary and neighbouring countries: Training of about 1000 physicians at postgraduate level and 150 at graduate level Why in Budapest? - history, location, hospitality Established 896, The first Christian King was coronated in 1001. „sacred crown” Hungarian coronation jewels St. Stephen (970-1038) Territory: 93 000 km 2 Population: 9,9 million (demographic ratio <1) Population density: 109 person/ km 2 Official language: Hungarian (FinnoUgrian) „Are you aware that there is a language that because of its constructive ability and the harmony of its rythm I have placed on the same level as Greek and Latin? It is the Hungarian language! I know the poems of the new Hungarian poets and their musics has completely enchanted me. Keep your eyes on future developments and you will witness such an upsurge in poetic genius, which will totally justify my prediction” Cardinal Giuseppe Mezzofanti (1774 – 1849) Watts transaction of the Phylological Society 1855 About the School Wonderful international faculty Faculty Members of the BNS (133) T. Andreoli J. Balla J. M. Bargman C. Baylis P. Bárány P. D. Bell W. van Biesen R. Blantz E. P. Botos B. M. Brenner R. de Châtel D. Cohen E. Cole A. J. Collins R. Coppo W. Couser A. Covic P. Csermely A. Davison Gy. Deák M. E. De Broe G. Devins J. Dirks T. B. Drücke Cs. Dzsinich K-U. Eckardt A. Falus Cs. Farsang J. Feehally M. Fischereder L. G. Fine J. Floege A. Fogo D. Fouque M. Geiszt P. Gergely D. Goldsmith M. S. Goligorsky M. Göőz S. Goral J. G. Grunfeld S. Halperin Á. Haris L. Harper U. Heemann A. Heidland J. H. Helderman G. Hercz L. Hunyadi E. J. Holtzman A. Horváth A. Iaina N. Ismail S. Ito B. Iványi K. Jager J. Járay V-M. Kahari K. Kauser É. Kemény D. Kerjaschki M. Ketteler J. T. Kielstein I. Kiss H. Klinkmann E. Kolossváry G. Kovács Cs. P. Kovesdy R. T. Krediet K. Kurokawa S. Van Laecke N. Lameire R. Langer A. Logan N. Levin M. Little F. Locatelli G. M. London F. C. Luft A. MacLeod G. Mayer O. Mehls D. C. Mendelssohn A. Meyrier M. Z Molnar I. Mucsi S. Mustata G. A. Müller H. Mürer J. Nagy D. Naimark S. Nielsen M. Novák R. Oberbauer K. Olgaard H. H. Parving M. Paul F. Perner J. Peti-Peterdi R. Pisoni J. Rees Gy. Reusz E. Ritz B. Rodríguez-Iturbe P. Ronco S. Rosansky L. Rosivall B. Rutkowski I. Rychlik B. Sarkadi D. Sclöndorff H. Schmidt-Gayk G. Schulman K. Skorecki E. Slatopolsky S. Sonkodi G. Spasovski A.Spät Z. Stevanovic T. Szabó B. Szamosfalvi M. Tapolyai V. Tesar A.Tislér J. Titze S. W. Tobe T. Tóth T. Tulassay R. Vanholder S. Vas P. Venetianer J. J. Weening A. Wiecek I. Wittman D. De Zeeuw P. Å. Zillén Thomas E. Andreoli (1935–2009) „Thomas E. Andreoli, a towering figure of American medicine, died on 14 April 2009. He was Distinguished Professor and Chair Emeritus of Internal Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine and past president of both the International Society of Nephrology and the American Society of Nephrology. Although he retired as chair in 2004, he remained fully engaged in teach ing and attending on the clinical service. At the time of his death he was editing the eighth edition of his beloved Andreoli and Carpenter's Cecil Essentials of Medicine.” KI Participants - from the region - now from all over the world Education of more than 1500 nephrologists Participant’s Countries (63) from 5 Continents Albania Ecuador Kasachstan Romania Algeria Egypt Kenya Russia Australia England Latvia Saudi Arabia Austria Estonia Libya Serbiao Bahrein France Lithuania Slovenia Belarus Germany Macedonia Slovakia Belgium Greece Moldova South Africa Bosnia and Herzegovina Hungary Mongolia South Korea India Netherlands Sri Lanka Brazil Indonesia New Zealand Sweden Bulgaria Iran Nigeria Switzerland Canada Israel Norway Turkey China Italy Pakistan Ukraine Croatia Japan Poland United Kingdom Portugal USA Qatar Venezuela Czech Repubilc Jordan Jugoslavia Denmark Support: HKF, ISN, ERA-EDTA - scholarships, lecturers ERA-EDTA and Hungarian Kidney Foundation Fellows ERA-EDTA Fellows PhD Students KZ Gallyamov, Marat HU Buthina, Alhaddad EG Mousa Ghaly, Dina HU Bartykowszki, Andrea HU Celeng, Csilla HU Constantinovits, Miklós HU Attila HU Czigány, Zoltán HU Csohány, Rózsa HU Balassa, Katalin HU Bukosza, Éva Nóra HU Csurgay, Katalin HU Gótai, Laura HU Körmöczi, Kinga Renáta HU Marton, Rita HU Németh, Balázs Tamás HU Németh, Dániel HU Abdulmumini, Jubril-Raji Omotayo HU Kálmán, Fanni Sára HU Sinkovits, György HU Laurik, Kornélia Lenke Hungarian Kidney Foundation Fellows EG Hesham, Hesham RO Grosu, Iulia Dana HR Kruzljak, Vladimir This year: - 9th World Kidney Day 1st Young Nephrologist’s Platform Course 12th International Symposium on Wine and Health 1st Renal Wine Competition 1st Renal Rubik Cube Competition „My Most Interesting Cases” presented by the Faculty and by the Participants „Meet the Professors” Poster Presentation Taichi presentation Faculty, Fellows, Accreditation, Book, Evaluation, Certification Faculty of the 21st Budapest Nephrology School Mustafa Arici Mónika Beck Göőz Anthony J. Bleyer Ernő Péter Botos Marc E. De Broe Marcelo Cantarovich Christopher T Chan Barry I. Freedman Simin Goral Ágnes Haris J. Harold Helderman Eva Honsova Sadayoshi Ito Kamyar KalantarZadeh Csaba P. Kovesdy Fransesco Locatelli Zoltán Máthé Krisztina Mészáros Miklos Z Molnar István Mucsi Márta Novák János Peti-Peterdi Kálmán Polner Giuseppe Remuzzi György Reusz Eberhard Ritz László Rosivall Gerald Schulman Peter Stenvinkel Ágoston Szél Jens Titze Tibor Tóth Andrzej Wiecek Thomas E. Andreoli Eberhard Ritz László Rosivall 655 pages, 2nd edit. ISBN 963 218 8322 State Printing Co Budapest, 2006 The third, revised edition is available at our website (bns-hungary.hu) as an e-book, i.e. the preliminary version of our book which will be printed in automn Accreditation The 21st Budapest Nephrology School is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) for 30 European CME credits (ECMEC's). The Course includes 52 hour scientific lectures and a final examination which can be locally evaluated according to national standards (in Hungary it is equal to 50 CME credits). Please have it always with you, and fill it out time to time Certification will be only given to those who - actively participate - are always present - fullfil the evaluation forms Commentary „Great work, worth to recommend to colleagues.” “What a great school and great decision I made this year, I will come back!” “The BNS provides an opportunity to meet “up close and personal” with nephrology greats in an informal atmosphere. I personally found it very enriching.” Participants „..., it is a pleasure for the International Society of Nephrology to recognize the tradition established by Dr. Rosivall and his colleagues in the heart of Europe, servicing so many colleagues in their quest for knowledge. Experts from various parts of the world have contributed to render the Budapest School into one of the best of its kind. We congratulate Dr. Rosivall on this momentous achievement.” Jan J. Weening, Past President of ISN „As a President of ERA-EDTA association I’m very proud that our Society is a sponsor of the Budapest Nephrology School that next year will celebrate the 10th Anniversary. The best comment about the quality of this school come from a letter I received from one of the participants at last school “I was fortunate to be one of the sponsored delegate by the ERA. I do not have any words to express my sincere gratitude to the ERA and especially you for considering me for the grant from ERA.” I do believe there are no other words to add!” Francesco Locatelli, Past President of ERA-EDTA „The Semmelweis University under the dedicated leadership of Professor Rosivall has developed the tradition of an annual Nephrology Summer School in Budapest… The panel of experts is impressive and has included some of the top leaders of nephrology in the world. In recognition of the high standard of this meeting, both the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) and the European Renal Association (ERA) co-sponsor this important event.” Eberhard Ritz, Past President of ISN „Thank you very much for inviting me to this beautiful city. Congratulation for this 20th anniversary and also for the perfect organization. The topics and the audience are great, the discussion more than lively. A great thing for young and old. Please go on this way!” Raymond Vanholder, Past President of ERA-EDTA ERA-EDTA Certificate, 2013 „This certificate warrants that professor Laszlo Rosivall and his Budapest Nephrology School has been giving for the past 20 years an outstanding contribution to the development of education in nephrology in Europe.” Raymond Vanholder, President Andrzej Wiecek, Secretary Treasurer We are grateful to them! BUDAPEST NEPHROLOGY SCHOOL „THE NEPHROLOGY BELL” THE CHIME OF THIS NEPHROLOGY BELL OPENED THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BUDAPEST NEPHROLOGY SCHOOL AT SEMMELWEIS UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED IN 1994 BY LASZLO ROSIVALL, WHO PROPOSED THE ESTABLISHMENT OF WORLD KIDNEY DAY AT THE INTERNATIONAL NEPHROLOGY SOCIETY AND FEDERATION OF NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATIONS.
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