CiDA’s accredited scientific program provides the highest quality of comprehensive, interactive education for all clinicians involved in the care and treatment of dialysis patients.
CiDA registration includes admission to scientific sessions, exhibit hall access, industry sessions, course materials, online access to presentations, and the CiDA Welcome Reception.
SoDA aims to improve your surgical and interventional skills through hands-on training with live patients, models with lifelike vessels and simulators. SoDA will be held on October 30, 2019.
The Controversies in Dialysis Access (CiDA) meeting is the leading educational forum for surgeons, radiologists, nephrologists and medical staff who care for dialysis access patients. We embrace controversy, reject bias and invite input from faculty and attendees alike…This is what sets CiDA apart.
CiDA was founded on the belief that continuing medical education must also be entertaining and enjoyable. To keep things interesting, more than half of the CiDA meeting comprises lively debates and case presentations during which audience participation drives discussion to the heart of controversy. Question-and-answer sessions and interactive real-time audience polling ensure that all attendees have a voice during the meeting and can add their own experiences to the conversation.
The Simulation of Dialysis Access (SoDA) is an intensive half-day hands-on course teaches improved surgical and interventional skills, as well as confidence in physician decision making. SoDA includes the following training programs:
New Orleans, LA
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
Mountain View, CA
Research abstracts pertinent to each lecture presented at CiDA 2009 – CiDA 2015 were published in the Journal of Vascular Access (JVA). Browse the complete archive of CiDA abstracts from these years below. CiDA does not currently have an open call for abstracts.