* All membership fees are collected in US$. ISN no longer accepts payments in EUR.* The discounted fees for renewing members are only valid up until the membership expiry date. These fees can only be applied for individuals who were members in good standing of the previous year and whose membership has not been interrupted for a year or more.* ISN now has a rolling membership. Membership starts the date payment is received and ends one year later (unless multi-year membership is selected).* ISN offers multi-year membership locking in the current year's renewal membership fee for up to 5 years.The first year is charged at the standard fee.
As an individual ISN member you receive the full entitlement to all member benefits.
To apply for membership CLICK HERE. If you select multi-year membership, you can lock in your current year's renewal membership fee for up to 5 years.
An ISN Member Sponsor is an individual who pays the full membership fee but donates his hardcopy journals to a recipient physician from the emerging world who is otherwise unable to afford access to these scientific publications. The Member Sponsor simply applies for individual membership after which all other benefits and services, such as online access to the journals, are activated. The benefactor may either select a recipient or ask ISN to send the journals to individuals or libraries on the waiting list. These generous members are requested to send an e-mail to the
Member in Training
Trainees in nephrology, aged 37 and younger, are encouraged to apply for 'ISN Member in Training' status. Membership includes all ISN benefits. Eligible individuals must submit a copy of a valid form of identification stating their date of birth as well as a proof of their current training status to the ISN Global Headquarters, together with their completed membership form. Please fill in the training confirmation form and send it back to the address indicated - In-Training Confirmation Form (pdf, 30.2 KB).
To apply for membership CLICK HERE.
The Associate Membership category has been set up to allow all health professionals involved in the care of people with kidney disease to be part of ISN and support its philanthropic and humanitarian programs to improve the care of people with kidney disease in the developing world. This membership category is only for renal health professionals who are not MDs – including dietitians, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, and technicians. Associate Members receive all member benefits except print and online access to Kidney International, online access to Nature Reviews Nephrology and voting rights. All other benefits apply.
The ISN Joint Membership Program enables 2-10 individuals from emerging countries to enjoy a group ISN membership at the reduced rate. One subscription to Kidney International (print) will be shared amongst the group members whilst online access to Kidney International & Nature Reviews Nephrology and all other ISN benefits can be enjoyed on an individual basis. The ISN Joint Membership Program is only valid for nephrologists from developing countries*. Persons from a country included in the below World Bank PPP list are NOT eligible). * Developing countries are based on the World Bank GNI Purchasing Power Parity (2011) of less than Int'l $ 10,000.
Countries NOT Eligible for Joint Membership Category (pdf, 91.5 KB)
The Collective Membership category was created to allow other nephrology societies to sign up all their members collectively. Societies who wish to be eligible for the special annual rate of US$ 119 per person must sign up at least 75% of their total membership. These members are entitled to all benefits of a regular individual membership.
ISN has formed collective memberships with the below National Societies:
Australian & New Zealand Society of Nephrology (ANZSN)Canadian Society of Nephrology (CSN)Dutch Federation of Nepfrology (NfN)Hong Kong Society of Nephrology (HKSN)Iranian Society of Nephrology (IrSN)Peruvian Society of NephrologySpanish Society of Nephrology (SEN)Swiss Society of Nephrology (SSN)The Israel Society of Nephrology & Hypertension (ISNH)
To receive more information about Collective Membership, please email
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