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How to join?

The Collective Membership category allows nephrology societies to sign up their members collectively. Societies will be offered a special annual rate based on their needs, in exchange for signing up a group of their members. These members will get the same benefits as a Full member.

ISN Collective Member Societies will receive the following benefits:

  • Access to the online e-learning ISN Academy, print and/or online editions to our flagship journal Kidney International and sister publications, our educational capacity-building programs, reduced rates to all our events as well as voting rights in the ISN elections.
  • Priority consideration to pitch for the organization of joint events (ISN World Congress of Nephrology, ISN Frontiers) as well as the endorsement of congresses, courses and events.
  • Possibility to announce congresses, courses and events on the ISN website.
  • Receive ISN Connect, a quarterly e-newsletter which includes privileged information about ISN strategy, programs and leadership.
  • For further information email us at membership@theisn.org or visit the Collective membership page

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KI reports

The official journal of the ISN and widely regarded as the world's premier journal on the development and consequences of kidney disease

 

KI reports Recovered

The official journal of the ISN, KI Reports is an open access publication that is now indexed in PubMed.

 

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