ISN Webinar: Spotlight on Research: How we bridge gaps, build capacity and connect communities

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ISN Webinar: Spotlight on Research: How we bridge gaps, build capacity and connect communities

research spotlight webinar

The ISN has long recognized the importance of research initiatives in advancing its mission for global kidney health and improving outcomes of patients living with kidney disease. This session highlights the activities of the different ISN Research groups: ISN-ACT (Advancing Clinical Trials), iNET-CKD (International Network of Chronic Kidney Disease cohort studies), i3C (International Consortium CKDu Collaborators), ISN GKHA (Global Kidney Health Atlas), meetings and webinars. We apply a collaborative approach to research, education, and advocacy to advance global clinical care more effectively.

 

Learning objectives:

1. To increase understanding of ISN research activities and working group initiatives
2. To increase understanding of challenges and successes of specific initiatives
3. To stimulate interest and participation in research activities worldwide

 

Further reading:

1. Levin A et al. International consensus definitions of clinical trial outcomes for kidney failure: 2020. Kidney Int 98, 849-859, 2020
2. Evans RDR et al. The International Society of Nephrology Advancing Clinical Trials (ISN-ACT) Network: current activities and future goals. Kidney Int [Online ahead of print]
3. Alencar de Pinho N et al. Considerable international variation exists in blood pressure control and antihypertensive prescription patterns in chronic kidney disease. Kidney Int 96, 983-994, 2019
4. Orlandi PF et al. A collaborative, individual-level analysis compared longitudinal outcomes across the International Network of Chronic Kidney Disease (iNETCKD) cohorts. Kidney Int 96, 1217-1233, 2019
5. Anand S et al. Epidemiology, molecular, and genetic methodologies to evaluate causes of CKDu around the world: report of the Working Group from the ISN International Consortium of Collaborators on CKDu. Kidney Int 96, 1254-1260, 2019
6. Levin A et al. The current state of global kidney care. Kidney Int Suppl 2018 Feb
7. Bello AK et al. Global Kidney Health Atlas (GKHA): design and methods. Kidney Int Suppl 7, 145-153, 2017

ISN Webinar: Spotlight on Research: How we bridge gaps, build capacity and connect communities

2/3/20213:00pm CET1 hour

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