Membership

Nominations for Bywaters Award open until October 17, 2016

ISN members can now put forward their nominations for the Bywaters Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions to help understand acute kidney injury. Deadline for nominations is October 17, 2016. The awardees are selected from candidates nominated by ISN members. The 2017 Bywaters Award and Certificate will be presented at the World Congress of Nephrology in Mexico...

Top tips to apply for the ISN Programs

There are less than two weeks left to apply for the ISN Programs before the deadline closes on October 1st, 2016. So, if you have been thinking about joining our ISN Programs, now is the time to send us your application. ISN Programs give you access to the latest nephrology training and open doors to building...

ISN survey 2016 – what you told us

We are proud to share with you the outcome of the membership survey 2016. Your responses have helped us understand what you enjoy most about ISN and how you wish to contribute to our activities in the future. Thank you to all who completed the ISN membership survey. You have helped us donate $5,000 to the World...

Winners of membership survey prize draw

Thank you to all who completed the ISN membership survey. You have helped us donate $5,000 to the World Kidney Fund. While we are busy analyzing the results, congratulations to Elgun Haziyev (Azerbaijan), Luis Hortells (Spain), Srinivas Kosuru (India), Davlyn Dewar (Jamaica), Hui Liao Xiao (China) and Werner Keenswijk (Suriname), who each get a free...

Are you interested in clinical trials? ISN-ACT is calling for members

The ISN Advancing Clinical Trials (ISN-ACT) group is a new ISN Initiative to leverage existing infrastructures within ISN to improve how the global nephrology community conducts and participates in clinical trial research, through a series of activities and initiatives. The aim of ISN-ACT is to increase the number of international high-quality clinical trials in nephrology,...

ISN offers free membership to all health professionals from low-resource countries* involved in kidney care

ISN is taking extra steps to increase its impact on kidney care in low-resource countries and is delighted to announce that doctors, scientists, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, social workers, and technicians from countries categorized by the World Bank as low income can now join ISN as free members and receive ISN member benefits.  ISN and its...

ISN Voices: The Caribbean

Some Caribbean states still have no nephrologists or nephrology services. Meeting and collaborating with colleagues in scientific research and enhancing training programs is why Everard Barton joined ISN.  "In Jamaica, there are only nine adult and two pediatric nephrologists. To help more patients, the Caribbean Institute of Nephrology, through the Department of Medicine at the University...

ISN Affiliated & Collective Societies

In November 2015, during ASN Kidney Week, we organized our regular Affiliated Society meeting to gather all representatives so they could learn more about ISN and strengthen partnerships or create valuable training opportunities for nephrologists. Celebrating collective membership It is now over 10 years ago since the ISN Collective Membership was first launched. This type of...