Author - Catherine de Tiège

ISN Joins the Kidney Health Initiative

On January 7, 2021, the ISN became a member of the Kidney Health Initiative (KHI), a public-private partnership formed in 2012 by the American Society of Nephrology and the US Food and Drug Administration to enhance patient safety and foster innovation in the treatment of kidney diseases. KHI has more than 100 diverse and international...

ISN-KDIGO CKD Early Identification and Intervention Toolkit

Following the KDIGO Controversies Conference, the report, “Early Identification and Intervention in CKD,” held in 2019, has been published in Kidney International. “The Case for Early Identification and Intervention of Chronic Kidney Disease: Conclusions from a Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) Controversies Conference,” forms the basis for a series of tools jointly developed by...

Nominate the next ISN President-Elect & Regional Board Deputy Chairs/Councillors (all 10 ISN regions)

Help shape the future of ISN: Nominate a potential candidate for the positions of 2021-23: President-Elect, and Regional Board Deputy Chairs/Councillors; 1 vacancy in each of the 10 ISN regions As an ISN member, you can help advance kidney care worldwide by nominating candidates for ISN leadership positions. The ISN is committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion....

ISN CME Program Supports Two Speakers at the Nigerian Association of Nephrology Annual Conference and Presents the 2019 Pioneer Award

Through its Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program, the ISN was pleased to contribute to the 32nd Scientific Conference and General Meeting, held by the Nigerian Association of Nephrology in February 2020, in Ibadan, Nigeria. The ISN supported two speakers to lecture at the event: Rasheed Balogun, Professor of Medicine at the University of Virginia Health...