A vitória contra a doença renal começa na prevenção

Doença renal crónica afeta 8 a 10 por cento da população adulta

A Associação Nacional de Centros de Diálise (ANADIAL), com o apoio das Sociedades científicas e Associações de Doentes da área da nefrologia, vai promover, em Portugal, uma campanha nacional de consciencialização sobre a doença renal e a importância da sua prevenção. A campanha, com o nome “A Vitória Contra a Doença Renal começa na Prevenção”, será oficialmente lançada no dia 14 de novembro, dia mundial da diabetes, o principal fator de risco para a doença renal.  (mais…)

Prémio de 10 mil euros distingue investigação sobre insuficiência renal crónica

Candidaturas abertas até ao dia 31 de dezembro de 2019

A Associação Nacional de Centros de Diálise (ANADIAL) e a Sociedade Portuguesa de Nefrologia (SPN) estão a promover o maior prémio de investigação, em Portugal, na área da nefrologia (mais…)

Associação pretende criar valor para o doente renal crónico e para a sociedade

ANADIAL promove simpósio em Vilamoura

A Associação Nacional de Centros de Diálise (ANADIAL) vai promover um simpósio sobre “Value-based Healthcare in Renal Care”, no próximo dia 22 de março, pelas 9 horas, no Encontro Renal, no Centro de Congressos de Vilamoura. (mais…)

Uma “doença muda” à espera de ser ouvida

Na data em que se celebra o Dia Mundial do Rim, conheça o projeto que analisa o impacto da doença renal em Portugal que junta Expresso e ANADIAL nas próximas duas semanas a caminho de um debate final a 22 de março em Vilamoura.

(mais…)

Encontro Renal

A ANADIAL promove um simpósio sobre “Value-based Healthcare in Renal Care”, no dia 22 de março, pelas 9 horas, no Encontro Renal, no Centro de Congressos de Vilamoura. (mais…)

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Big Tag (deprecated in HTML5)

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Justify Align

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