Last year, saw ISN organize the first Indian Pediatric Dialysis Training course in collaboration with the Medicity Hospital in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. Over two days, delegates from all over India joined the discussions. They were also accompanied by participants from Kuwait and the Royal Hospital in Oman
Pocket Guide to Clinical Dialysis 2/e has been updated and revised throughout. It has been edited by ISN Education Chair David Harris and co-edited by Grahame Elder, Lukas Kairaitis and Gopala Rangan.
Raising awareness about prevention and acute kidney injury (AKI) is important when training the Indian Medical Community.
Introducing you to the YNC mentors. The YNC Mentoring Program helps young nephrologists rise to the challenge and help advance nephrology at home and abroad.
In its mission to improve renal health worldwide, ISN has increasingly taken a lead role in activities that strengthen awareness about kidney disease across the globe and turn more attention to early detection and prevention efforts.
ISN Fellows help kick start Sister Renal Center partnership leading to a recent successful Educational Ambassador visit to Nepal.
While the upcoming World Congress of Nephrology (WCN) is a chance to network and exchange the latest knowledge, it is also the opportunity to showcase the superb achievements of some of the leaders in global nephrology. Here is a run through of the awards, which will be presented at this WCN.
ISN Educational Ambassadors continue to share their knowledge and this time it was the turn of the Hospital General San Juan de Dios in Guatemala to welcome an expert from Venezuela.
This year’s WKD campaign puts the spotlight on acute kidney injury and its role in preventing the onset of kidney disease.
ISN's Renal Pathology Committee is seeking applications for one mini-sabbatical for a nephropathologist from a developing country as defined by ISN to travel to one of two major nephropathology courses, in conjunction with an in-depth study for a short-term stay, up to two weeks. Applicants will also have the opportunity for an additional one or two weeks of intensive immersion immediately following either of these two courses, under the mentorship of the directors or one of the faculty of these courses, in their renal pathology laboratories.
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