European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses Association - European Renal Care Association (EDTNA/ERCA)
Association européenne d'infirmières et infirmiers de dialyse et de transplantation - Association européenne pour les soins des reins
1971 Florence Italy
1971, Florence (Italy).
Achieve a high level of quality care and support for patients and their families; promote the advancement of renal care through education and continuous professional development; develop and continually update standards for renal care; promote awareness of the social, cultural and ethical implications involved in the provision of renal care; initiate, promote and conduct research in renal care; encourage communication and cooperation; be the recognized multi-disciplinary renal care association in Europe; establish collaborations with other associations and organizations.
Events2022-09-10 | Amsterdam, Netherlands – Annual Conference
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Executive Committee, comprising President, Treasurer, Secretary and 3 members. Supervisory Board. Consultants. Conference Scientific Programme Committee.
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