Announcing ISN Online Curriculum on Intensive Care Nephrologyiclaron
The ISN Online Curriculum on Intensive Care Nephrology launches today, November 4.
Pathophysiological and clinical data, along with clinical case studies, will be presented in four sessions made available on the ISN Academy every two weeks between now and December 16.
The course, directed by Eric Rondeau, Professor at APHP – Hôpital Tenon, Paris, France, and ISN Council Member, looks at the pathophysiology of acute disorders of the kidney; water and electrolyte disorders in ICU; acute kidney injury; glomerular, vascular or interstitial acute kidney diseases; and, renal replacement therapy for AKI patients.
The four sessions are made up of six 15-minute instructional visual presentations and two progressive clinical cases each. There is a multiple-choice test before and after each session, a discussion forum, references and guidelines. CME credits will be provided upon completion of the curriculum.
The first session “Main mechanisms and presentations of water and electrolyte disorders” as well as the full program, can be found on the ISN Academy website: