ISN is committed to build kidney Health equality around the world, through education, training and research.
We have developed over the years a set of Core Programs, which enable nephrologists around to world to access highly valued education and training grants.
We know that much more can be done, and we are very pleased that the available resources are steadily increasing through partnerships with a wide range of organizations and individuals, who share our vision to build sustainable nephrology capacity in low-and-middle income countries. The Saving Young Lives partnership supports hospitals in setting up sustainable PD programs in low resource settings. The ISN ANIO Program support innovative programs aimed at improving kidney care in India.
We are also engaged in disaster preparedness and relief through our partnership with Medecins Sans Frontières, providing essential medical care to people in the wake of natural disasters, advising and intervening in the management of patients with acute renal failure.
To learn quickly about ISN Programs, listen to Prof. John Feehally (Programs Chair) introducing the 5 ISN Programs and explaining why and how ISN is engaged in sustainable, long-term support to developing countries in advancing kidney care. Click on the video to the right to start.