Membership

ISN Welcomes a new Collective Society

In January, the Panamanian Society of Nephrology and Hypertension (SPNH)  joined ISN as a Collective Society, further strengthening a mutual commitment to the advancement of nephrology in Central America. Collective Society status increases global activity and visibility through ISN endorsement giving priority consideration for managing joint events and complimentary participation in the Global Village at the World Congress of...

Building up the global nursing community

Through our partnership with the Canadian Society of Nephrology Nurses and Technologists (CANNT), we are setting out to help nurses in lower-middle-income countries benefit from free ISN Academy membership. Like us, CANNT is committed to supporting nurses globally. Every Canadian nurse who signs up as either an ISN Academy member or ISN Full member before December...

Be part of an inspiring community!

We each have our story to tell about becoming an ISN member. It is great to share how the experience has contributed to advancing care for patients with kidney disease in our own part of the world. Being part of the ISN Community is definitively a valuable and enriching experience. Over 25 years ago, as...

2019 ISN Leadership Elections – Submit a candidate

The ISN Nominating Committee has launched a consultation with ISN membership in preparation for the 2019 leadership elections. The Nominating Committee welcomes suggestions from any member of ISN in relation to potential candidates for President-Elect. To suggest a candidate for the President-Elect position, please send an email to Dominique Tudor, naming the ISN member who you think should...

ISN and SFNDT join forces for CME and Clinical Research Programs

ISN and the French-speaking Society of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation (SFNDT) have signed a partnership to express their mutual commitment in advancing nephrology in French-speaking Africa. This partnership with ISN and SNDTF will support the organization of joint ISN Continuing Medical Education (CMEs) and Clinical Research Programs, focusing on francophone Africa and starting in 2018. These CMEs...

Five worthwhile reasons to become an ISN Affiliated Society

As a growing national society, it is a challenge to generate new members and retain them, promote activities and build a voice while raising awareness about the cause of patients with kidney disease. Bringing in some support by joining a global nephrology community will effectively strengthen your position as a Society. Our community is already...

ISN welcomes 99th Affiliated Society

A warm welcome to the Congolese Society of Nephrology, our 99th Affiliated Society! As a relatively young Society, it plans to extend its membership to nephrologists in the northern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, where there are currently no nephrologists. By creating a Congolese Association of Kidney Patients, the Society also wants to...

Join the ISN endorsed Infectious and Global Nephrology Course 2017 at a reduced rate

ISN Members can register, at a reduced rate, for the upcoming ISN endorsed Infectious and Global Nephrology Course 2017, taking place at the Royal Free Hospital in London on March 22 and 23, 2017. This two-day course will cover renal disease secondary to infectious agents and the management of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) and Chronic...