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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. Hamburg, Germany 7 th September 200 9 WELCOME !. AGENDA. Welcome by the President Association activities & progress report Approval of 200 8 Financial report EC election results Association objectives 200 9 /20 10 Motions EDTNA/ERCA Manuscript and Scholarship

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annual general meeting

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Hamburg, Germany

7th September 2009

WELCOME !

agenda

AGENDA

Welcome by the President

Association activities & progress report

Approval of 2008 Financial report

EC election results

Association objectives 2009/2010

Motions

EDTNA/ERCA Manuscript and Scholarship

EDTNA/ERCA Accreditation & Endorsement of education programmes

Future Conference

Raffle

Any other business

Date and venue for next AGM

Close of the meeting

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Objectives for 2008/2009

  • Development of new products and services
  • Positioning of EDTNA/ERCA towards an international concept
  • Work closely with industry and universities and introducetailored educational and research projects
  • Further develop the QualityManagement System throughout the Association
did w e a chieve o ur o bjectives for 200 8 200 9
Did we achieve ourobjectives for 2008/2009 ?

Development of new products and services

EDTNA/ERCA has focused on adapting and developingproductsand

services for its membership and e-membership

  • For the first time in the long history of the EDTNA/ERCA, we launch 3 new handbooks at this Conference:

Renal transplantation - a guide to clinical practice kindly supported by Bristol Myers–Squibb International

Peritoneal Dialysis – a guide to clinical practicekindly supported by Baxter Europe

Haematology and the patient with CKD – an introductoryguide, kindly supported by Roche UK, Syner-Med UK and Vifor Pharma

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Did we achieve ourobjectives for 2008/2009 ?

Development of new products and services

EDTNA/ERCA has focused on adapting and developingproductsand

services for its membership and e-members

  • JoRC Supplement on: Management of Mineral and Bone disorders in Chronic Kidney Failure has been already distributed to our members
  • Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression Project results are being presented at this Conference.
did w e a chieve o ur o bjectives for 200 8 200 92
Did we achieve ourobjectives for 2008/2009 ?

Positioning of EDTNA/ERCA towards an international concept

EDTNA/ERCA continues to explore the possibility of closer collaboration withnational and international associations. We have established contact with a number of associations about future collaboration.

  • Signedcollaborativeagreementwith CANNT(Canada)
  • Signedcollaborativeagreementwith SOBEN (Brazil)
  • Signedcollaborativeagreementwith RSA (Australasia)
  • Signedcollaborativeagreementwith NKF (USA),resulted in joint KDIGO sessionatthe Hamburg Conference

EDTNA/ERCA established an ILM positions

  • International Link memberforAustralia
  • International Link memberforCanada
  • International Link memberforThailand
did w e a chieve o ur o bjectives for 200 8 200 93
Did we achieve ourobjectives for 2008/2009 ?

Work closely with industry and universities and introduce

tailored educational and research projects

EDTNA/ERCA aimed to increase the number of tailored projects and

implement them with our partners at the international and national levels.

  • Growing list of corporate members
  • Diamond partnership with Gambro has been successfully established
  • 3rdFresenius Middle East Project was held in Egypt, 4th is planned for 2010
  • FMC and Diaverum coursehave been successfully endorsed
  • New endorsement applicant:Genzyme Germany
  • Operational Industry Advisory Board
  • DOPPS IV. (in 6 countries managed by EDTNA/ERCA)
go green in dialysis a campaign to achieve more sustainability in dialysis care
Go Green in Dialysis! A campaign to achieve more sustainability in dialysis care

Our partnership with international industry partners is becoming stronger.

New joint EDTNA/ERCA and Fresenius Medical Care project “ Go green in

dialysis" is being lanched at this Conference.The project duration has been

agreed for 3 years and we have developed the following project objectives:

  • Create awareness for environmental aspects in dialysis
  • Change habits for a more “environmental friendly” dialysis
  • Measure environmental changes/savings
  • Prepare environmental guidelines for dialysis
did w e a chieve o ur o bjectives for 200 8 200 94
Did we achieve ourobjectives for 2008/2009 ?

Further develop the QualityManagement System throughout

the Association

EDTNA/ERCA review its current Quality Management System and

documents and will apply for the ISO 9001:2008 certification within

the next 4 years.

  • Conference Department and Secretariat Merge, HR utilization
  • Membership Managment under umbrella of the Secretariat
  • Executive Director, Secretariat Co-ordinator and Publication Link position establishment, on voluntary base, effective from September
  • Policy & Procedure document matrix harmonization
  • Processes review and definition
  • Establishment of performance appraisal for contractors
  • Quality Management Chair on post
edtna erca processes

Management

processes

Strategic Management

EDTNA/ERCA Processes

Finance Management

Quality Management

MembershipServices

Core

processes

Conference Services

Product& service management

Support

processes

Human resources

Balanced Scorecard

Document control

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All the Association´s activities have been continuing smoothly,because of the great work of EDTNA/ERCA volunteers, as well as our clearly defined operational, strategic and management processes.

  • The Association is running as efficiently as possible.

Thank you everyone!

annual general meeting1
Annual General Meeting

7th September 2009

Hamburg

financial conclusions 2008
Financial Conclusions 2008
  • Changes, challenges and consolidation
  • Funding of projects and services
  • End of contracts and consolidation
  • Income goals 2008 adjusted to the reduced expectations
  • Expenses as always close to the reduced budget
  • Result of the year again a minus
  • Only net income from the Conference included in the records
  • Conference risk cover and capital unchanged since the last year
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Financial Aspects and Results 2008

  • Total AssetsCHF 748’815
  • Total Operating BudgetCHF1’063’779
  • Result of the yearCHF - 39’215
  • Project ReservesCHF 350’000
  • New CapitalCHF 185’812
financial audit 2008
Financial Audit 2008
  • Legal and Final Audit on

24 April 2008

  • Recommendations of the

Auditors

the challenge continues and edtna erca is brave
The challenge continues ..... and EDTNA/ERCA is brave
  • evaluation of all areas need to continue
  • expenses are to be in relation with income
  • with the network to efficient administration
  • back to finding more and adequate
  • sources of income
  • the EC is committed to financial stability
result of votes
Elected

Michel Roden

EC member

Ratified

Maria Saraiva

EC Secretary

Yes No Abstention

154 7 1

155 4 3

Result of votes
objectives for 2009 201 1
Objectives for 2009-2011

Enhance and Maintain the continuity ofthe good collaboration

with industry

FromSeptember 1st 2009 the Executive Director Jitka Pancirova, will be

on post to directly liase with industry partners and keep continuity for

projects, sponsorship and international conferences

further develop the quality management system throughout the association

Objectives for 2009-2011

Further develop the QualityManagement System throughout the Association

EDTNA/ERCA will review its current QualityManagement documents and

apply for the ISO9001:2008 certification within the next 4 years.

This is is ongoing strategy since 2008

objectives for 2009 2011

Objectives for 2009-2011

Publication Portfolio

Focus on new Publications

Promote publications

Education Strategy

Focus on new Educational Programs

Promote Education

objectives for 2009 20111
Objectives for 2009-2011
  • Establish closer links withrenal/non-renal associations
  • Establish closer links with other International Associations
  • Establish closer links with Universities for future developments in education & research in renal care
  • Establish closer collaboration with National Associations and new projects which will promote continuity to both sides
  • Establish Link Members in countries with no Key Member
positioning of edtna erca towards an international concept

Objectives for 2009-2011

Positioning of EDTNA/ERCA towards an international concept

EDTNA/ERCA will provide a platform to allowinternational members to take

active part in educational and research activities in order to improve the

globalquality of renal care and disseminate scientific results of

the Association.

This is ongoing strategy since 2008.

motions
Motions

Elisheva Milo

volker blum pd patient
Volker BlumPD patient

kindly supported by

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MANUSCRIPT AWARDS

WINNER scholarship prize of 1000 Euros

UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS ORGAN DONATION

ASURVEY AT ANITALIAN UNIVERSITY

Authors

Alessandra Zampieron, School of Nursing, Padua University Hospital, Italy

Michele Corso, Department of Surgery and Transplantation, Padua University Hospital, Italy

Anna ChiaraFrigo, Dep.of Environmental Medicine and Public Health, University ofPadua, Italy

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MANUSCRIPT AWARDS

WINNER scholarship prize of 500 Euros

HOMOCYSTEINE: VASCULAR RISK MARKER IN RENAL PATIENTS TREATED WITH

CONVENTIONALHEMODIALYSIS VS. HEMODIAFILTRATION ON-LINE

Authors

Esperanza Melero Rubio, Mateo Párraga Díaz, M. Paz Gómez Sánchez, Silvia Pellicer

Villaescusa,Esteban Merchán Mayado, M. Soledad Bolaños Guillén

University Hospital Virgen de la Arrixaca. El Palmar, Murcia, Spain

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MANUSCRIPT AWARDS

CERTIFICATE OF MERIT

NEPHROLOGY NURSES' VIEWS AND ATTITUDES TOWARD CARING FOR DYINGPATIENTS

Authors

TaiMooiHo, EvaBarbero, CarlotaHidalgo, Carme Camps

Servei de Nefrologia, Hospital del Mar (IMAS) , Barcelona, Spain

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EDTNA/ERCA Accreditation & Endorsement of Renal Education ProgrammesJohn SedgewickChairEducation & Research Board

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Recognition of different approaches to renal education across Europe

Educational quality & standards & benchmarks

Supports development & advancement in Renal Education –

Strengthens collaboration between EDTNA/ERCA & providers of education

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Existing Awards

Universities & Schools of Nursing

Alfred Krupp Krankenhaus – Essen, Germany

Kreiskliniken Traunstein-Trostberg Gmbh, Germany

Escola Superior De Enfermangem de Lisboa, Portugal

Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, Ireland

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Existing Awards

Renal Industry Partner – Endorsement

Diaverum Renal Services Group

Competence in Practice Programme

Fresenius Medical Care (Middle East & Africa)

Peritoneal Dialysis Education Programme

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Successful Applicants (2009)

Accreditation

4 Year ACCREDITATION AWARDED

Beaumont Hospital , Dublin (Ireland)

SPECIALIST PRACTICE PROGRAMME IN HAEMODIALYSIS NURSING

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Successful Applicants (2009)

Accreditation

4 Year ACCREDITATION AWARDED

Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UK)

Mid Trent Renal Specialist Competencies Framework

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Successful Applicants (2009)

Renal Industry Partners –Endorsement

1 Year- ENDORSEMENT AWARDED

Genzyme GmbH (Germany)

PEP (Phosphat-Einheiten-Programm

= Phosphate-Unit-Programme)

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INVITATION TO THE

    • DUBLIN CONFERENCE
  • Anne Murphy, Mary O‘ Gara
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CÉAD MÍLE FÁILTE

  • Ireland is on periphery of Europe and at least 5000 years old. It has made its
  • mark on the world stage with the wealth of scholars, writers that travelled
  • across Europe in times past.
  • The Celts were among the first settlers. And evidence of their work can be seen
  • all across Ireland notably in the Book of Kells annals in Trinity College, Dublin.
  • Vikings came next whereby the capital was named Dublin translation for ‘Black
  • Pool’ They made settlements of farm type communities.
  • Normans and the English next invaders but the Romans did not come here.
  • Later the Spanish and French came but to the West of Ireland.
  • 1840’s:Potato crop failed and resulted in a Famine, death and the start of mass
  • emigration mostly to the USA, UK, and the new world of Australia, New Zealand,
  • South America
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DUBLIN ACCESSIBILITY – BY AIR

  • Dublin Airport is Ireland’s busiest airport, with over 90 airlines flying to over
  • 170 destinations, including direct scheduled daily flights from North America,
  • mainland Europe, Britain and weekly regular flights from the Emirates. It is
  • currently undergoing a 2 billion euro investment programme, to include a new
  • passenger terminal by the end of 2009, which will increase the annual passenger
  • capacity to over 35 million.
  • The airport is conveniently located 10km north of Dublin city centre, with
  • excellent roads links to The Convention Centre Dublin which is only 20 minutes
  • away via the Port Tunnel, which brings visitors directly into the Spencer Dock
  • development area.
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LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

  • Anne Murphy LOC Chair
  • Mary O’Gara LOC Member & Key Member
  • Sheila Boyle LOC Member
  • Fiona Leigh LOC Member
  • We are very honoured to host this esteemed conference of our Association in Ireland and in our beloved capital, and the first time for us.
  • The venue is the new convention centre on the quays of the River Liffey., called the DCC. www.theccd.ie
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LEARNING & SOCIAL LIFE

  • Higher education is served by 4 universities and Institutes of Technology
  • reflecting the importance of ongoing education, research & development.
  • Emerging youthful city where 50% of pop. under 35 and 50% of those under 25.
  • Outdoor pursuits to suit all interests .
  • Nightlife late to very late. Pubs which are a unique part of Irish culture
  • Restaurants reflecting our cultural diversity and our openness to new
  • experiences.
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TOURS& VISITS

  • Places of historical interests in the city and city surrounds include museums and
  • art galleries as well the famous Guinness Brewery
  • Scenic points of interest including the Dublin & Wicklow Mountains,Glendalough
  • and Newgrange.
  • Renal unit visits can be arranged.
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SLÁN GO FOILL

  • Conference theme – Moving forward together: Education & Innovation in Renal
  • Care
  • Abstract deadline 15thFebruary 2010
  • Conference dates SEPTEMBER 18th – 21st2010