Course description

The Advanced Renal and Kidney Disease Course with Dietary Intervention is an in-depth program tailored for healthcare professionals aiming to specialize in nephrology. This course provides a comprehensive exploration of advanced concepts in renal physiology and pathophysiology, diagnostic innovations, and progressive treatment methodologies for various kidney disorders.

Participants will engage with detailed modules covering conditions such as advanced chronic kidney disease (CKD), end-stage renal disease (ESRD), polycystic kidney disease (PKD), and complex glomerulonephritis. The course offers insights into the latest research findings, emerging therapies, and the role of genetics in kidney disease.

A significant focus is placed on the pivotal role of nutrition in managing renal diseases. Learners will examine how dietary interventions can mitigate disease progression, manage symptoms, and improve patient quality of life. Topics include dietary modifications for electrolyte balance, fluid management, protein intake regulation, and the use of specialized renal diets.

Advanced diagnostic techniques such as renal imaging, biomarker analysis, and genetic testing will be thoroughly explored, enabling participants to enhance their diagnostic acumen. Treatment approaches discussed will range from pharmacological interventions and dialysis to kidney transplantation, with a strong emphasis on integrating dietary strategies into patient care plans.

The course combines theoretical knowledge with practical applications, featuring case studies, interactive sessions, and expert-led discussions. By the end of the program, participants will have a robust understanding of advanced renal pathologies, the capability to implement sophisticated diagnostic and treatment protocols, and the expertise to design and manage effective dietary interventions for renal patients.

This course is ideal for nephrologists, dietitians, advanced practice nurses, and other healthcare professionals dedicated to advancing their knowledge and improving outcomes for patients with kidney diseases through comprehensive and integrative care approaches.

What will i learn?

  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of advanced renal physiology and pathophysiology, including complex kidney diseases such as advanced chronic kidney disease (CKD), end-stage renal disease (ESRD)
  • Interpret and analyze diagnostic data to inform clinical decision-making and personalize patient care
  • Integrate evidence-based practices to optimize patient outcomes and manage complications associated with advanced renal diseases.
  • Design and implement effective dietary intervention plans tailored to the needs of patients with renal diseases, considering factors such as electrolyte balance, fluid management, protein intake, and specialized renal diets.
  • Evaluate the impact of dietary modifications on disease progression and patient quality of life, and adjust interventions as necessary.
  • Enhance professional skills and competencies in nephrology and dietary management, preparing for advanced roles in clinical practice, research, or academia.


  • Open for all

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Nutritionist Tasnima Haque

BSc in Nutrition and Food Engineering (DIU), MPH (AIUB), PhD (DU-Continue)




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