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February 2, 2021 | News

Please note this event is being put on by the Canadian Society of Nephrology and the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Dialysis Patients
Wednesday, February 10th – 10:00 am – 11:30 pm CST

Registration is now open: http://ow.ly/GAVU50Do2KC

COVID-19 is a serious health threat and the situation is evolving daily. In these uncertain times, it’s normal to feel anxious, especially for those with underlying health conditions. Talking to people you can trust and getting the information you need can help.

The Kidney Foundation, in partnership with The Canadian Society of Nephrology is proud to present a webinar specifically for dialysis patients. This webinar will give you the opportunity to ask questions to some of Canada’s leading nephrologists and dialysis specialists about the vaccine and to hear from a dialysis patient about his experiences with being on dialysis during the pandemic.


Dr. Jeffrey Perl and Dr. Matthew Muller will provide information about:

  • The impact of COVID-19 on the dialysis population
  • The COVID-19 vaccination and how it may relate to the dialysis population
  • Dialysis patient, Vince Andrews will offer his personal perspective on vaccination

Speakers:
Dr. Matthew Muller, Toronto, ON  MD, FRCPC, PhD

Dr. Jeffrey Perl, Toronto, ON   MD, FRCP(C) SM

Mr. Vince Andrews   (Dialysis patient)

These webinars can often be found posted after the event here: https://kidney.ca/Support/Resources/Webinars

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