Registration, Venue and Travel Information
Registration for 6th PAEDIATRIC KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION SYMPOSIUM 2020
Registration is currently closed. If you would like to express interest in attending, please email Jelena.Stojanovic@doctors.org.uk
Booking online will be at www.sprclub.org
- Consultants £100 (£75 before 1st November)
- Trainees £75 (£50 before 1st November)
- Nurses/Coordinators £25 (First 15 nurses-free registration)
Thank you for registering for the 5th Paediatric Kidney Transplantation Symposium.
Here is some more information.
Symposium is held at Robens suite, Tower wing, 29th Floor, Guys hospital, Great Maze Pond, SE1 9RT. If you walk into the Main Entrance, just around the corner past AMT cafe on your left, you will see lifts ‘A’. These lifts will take you to the 29th floor, and as you walk out of the lift the Robens suite is at the end on your left. These lifts can be very busy in the morning, so please ensure you take this into the account when planning your travel (map attached).
Closest metro station is London Bridge and Guys hospital is couple of minutes walk and is well sign posted.
From Luton Airport: take the train to King’s Cross/St Pancreas then Northern line (direction south) and exit at London Bridge.
From Heathrow Airport: take the Picadilly line to Green park then Jubilee line to London Bridge.
From Gatwick Airport: take the direct train to London Bridge.
From Stansted Airport: take the train to Liverpool street then either 1) walk to Moorgate station and take Northern line to London Bridge or 2) take Central line to Bank station then Northern line to London Bridge.
From Waterloo: take the Jubilee line to London Bridge or have a lovely walk down the South Bank (30min to Guys hospital).
On site registration desk will be open from 1pm on 29th November 2020. Delegates packs and pens will be provided.
Let us know if you wish to join us for dinner on the 29th November 2020.
First day, 29th November 2020:
We will start at 2pm and finish at 6pm.
Second day, 30th November 2020:
We will start at 8am and finish at 4pm.
Our most popular session in the previous years has been ‘complex cases exchange‘, so if you have a case you want to present and discuss with us, do let me know and we will incorporate it in the programme. You can also submit an abstract for presentation on the second day. This is an opportunity to share your work with everyone at the conference. In addition, there is a prize for the best abstract!
Certificates will be provided at the end of the Symposium and on receipt of the feedback form.
Once again, thank you very much for your interest in our Symposium.
Dr Jelena Stojanovic
on behalf of the organising committee for the 6th Paediatric Kidney Transplantation Symposium
If you need any help please contact:
Jelena.Stojanovic@doctors.org.uk and/or Nicos.Kessaris@gstt.nhs.uk