13th UK Dialysis Conference

22-24 September 2021
The Lowry, Manchester, UK

About Us

Dialysis remains one of the greatest life-saving inventions in modern medicine. Its’ phenomenal growth worldwide is a testament to its success in saving lives of patients with devastating kidney failure. The UK has made pioneering contributions to dialysis and is at the forefront of its ongoing advances. Much more, however, needs to be done to improve patient well-being, reduce variation and improve outcomes in dialysis.

“Dialysis is not a choice, but how well you stay on it is”.

Since 2007, an annual meeting of hearts and minds, dedicated to improving the lives of patients on renal replacement therapy, has grown in strength and support from the renal community. Each year, delegates, world experts and industry partners come together in Manchester, UK, to share new insights and excellence in practice as well as to interact with a multidisciplinary audience ranging from academia to frontline staff. During the initial years, the meeting played a key role in bringing about a social movement and an awareness in home haemodialysis in the UK.


The conference aims to bring together all stakeholders to build a vision of a future better healthcare for kidney patients; to empower them to live well for longer. The dialogue will continue via this platform throughout the year. We invite you to be a part of this journey and sincerely hope that you will be able to join us each year at the UK’s most successful dialysis meeting. We look forward to welcoming you all.

“I can't change the direction of the wind,

but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination”


Our Evolving Landscape of Dialysis 2021

After the difficult year that all of us have endured, we are delighted to announce that we are holding a face to face and virtual conference this year. The dialysis conference this year will focus on clinical challenges, innovative solutions and future advances in Dialysis Care. Some of the key features of this year’s programme include patient participation, interactive workshops, future transformation in technology and patient care. The three day event will provide a great opportunity for interaction and networking, something that we have all missed in the last year. The meeting is endorsed by UK & European Nephrology societies and will attract CME points.

The ADC programme can be viewed here.

To register for the conference, please complete this registration form and email to diane@medicusconferences.org



The Lowry, Manchester

Located next to Calatrava’s Trinity Footbridge, The Lowry Hotel is at the heart of everything that is new and exciting about Manchester, the perfect place to embrace the city’s thriving scene.  Its curved glass façade and sleek interior creates a contemporary glamorous feel, with dramatic works of art sourced from local artists.  The River Bar and Restaurant has well known reputation for excellent food and attracts many local celebrities as well as guests to the hotel with a terrace offering a riverside location to wind down with a refreshing cocktail after a busy day either at a conference or shopping.

The Lowry also has an award winning Urban Spa to relax and enjoy being pampered. All rooms are fully air-conditioned and have floor to ceiling windows, walk-in wardrobes, dual-line telephones, fax and broadband internet points (internet access is extra), iPod dock, private bar, personal safe and spacious marble bathrooms. 24 hr in room dining is available.


Parking is available (additional charges will be made by the hotel). There is a NCP car park situated next door to the Lowry Hotel.



For more information about the conference and any other queries, please contact the secretariat:
Mrs Diane Comer