July 03, 2023

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New Global Initiative on Environmentally Sustainable Kidney Care
The Global Environmental Evolution in Nephrology and Kidney Care - GREEN-K initiative is an international, joint activity of leading national and regional kidney societies on environmentally sustainable kidney care through advocating for and educating in green nephrology to reduce the specialty's carbon footprint.
International Diabetes Federation (IDF) - ISN Joint Policy Brief on Living With Diabetes and Kidney Disease to Launch at Webinar on July 13
The joint IDF-ISN policy brief “Renewing the Fight: A Call to Action for Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease” will be launched at a webinar on July 13, 2023, from 2-3.15 p.m. CEST. It provides recommendations on action required to prevent, manage and treat diabetes and kidney disease, with testimonies from people living with both conditions.
Register for the webinar here.
2022 Impact Factors Released: Congratulations to the Contributing Authors, and the Editors and Reviewers of ISN Journals
Kidney International® (KI) remains the top-ranked journal publishing original research, and Kidney International Reports® (KIR) is the top-ranked open-access journal in Clarivate's Journal Citation Reports urology and nephrology category.
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The ISN Presents the ISN Latin America Pioneer Award to Juan Abraham Bermúdez at the IMIN Nephrology Update Course in Mexico
ISN Emerging Leaders Members and Kidney International® Collaborate to Promote Green Nephrology
“It Deals With Most Things We Never Learned In School”: Hear How the ISN Emerging Leaders Program Benefited Cohort Member Robert Kalyesubula and Get Inspired to Apply
The ISN Supports Member's Training Program for Pediatric Nephrologists to Help Advance Kidney Care in Africa - Read a Recently Published Paper on Its Impact
Become an ISN Interventional Nephrology Training Center! Apply by September 1
The ISN and SLANH Sign a New Memorandum
of Understanding
Helping to Advance AKI Care in Malaysia and the Philippines Through Your Donations to the Ravi Mehta AKI Fellowship
ISN North American and Caribbean Regional Board Members Contribute Expertise at SIDS Ministerial Conference on NCDs
and Mental Health
Kidney International® Publishes ISN First Consensus Guidance for Pre-clinical Animal Studies in Translational Nephrology 
Discuss the SWIFT Trial Live With ISN and Key Experts During the Upcoming #NephTrials on
July 18
“It's an Extraordinary Global Effort”: Liz Lightstone Introduces the 2023 ISN-Global Kidney Health Atlas; Speakers David Johnson and Ikechi Okpechi Comment on Findings - Watch the Webinar Recording Now!
July 13, 2023  I  2 p.m. CEST
IDF-ISN Webinar: Renewing the Fight - A Call to Action for Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease
July 13, 2023  I  2 p.m. CEST
Grand Rounds in Pediatric Nephrology - an ISN-IPNA Sister Centers Initiative: Renal Tubular Acidosis - Let T(r)ooth Be Told…
July 25, 2023  I  4 p.m. CEST
ISN-AFRAN Webinar: AKI in Limited-resource Settings
Open-access: ISN-SLANH Webinar: Actualización Práctica en 0nconefrología
(in Spanish)
Open-access: ISN-SLANH Webinar: Compartiendo Experiencias de Economía de la Salud (in Spanish)
Join or renew your membership here to access these webinars
Industry Webinar: Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment of IgA Nephropathy in 2023
and Beyond
Grand Rounds in Pediatric Nephrology - an ISN-IPNA Sister Centers Initiative:
Diagnosis and Management of the Child with Atypical Peritonitis
@ISNeducation Nuances in Nephrology Webinar: Extracorporeal Kidney Replacement Therapy for Acute Kidney Injury
ISN-IPNA Across-the-Lifespan Joint Webinar: Pediatric Perspectives in the Diagnosis and Management of Lupus Nephritis
Water Implications in Dialysis Therapy, Threats and Opportunities to Reduce Water Consumption:
A Call for the Planet
This review summarizes the significant environmental impact of dialysis and provides some suggestions on priorities and potential action.
Seeking to support policymakers in making informed decisions about water use, the authors highlight the importance of circular water management and propose that it comply with the "3R" concept: reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Introducing the International Home Dialysis Consortium
The International Home Dialysis Consortium is led by the International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis and the ISN in conjunction with the International Pediatric Nephrology Association.
The consortium's objective is to bring the benefits of home dialysis to more patients in need by leveraging existing programs within the societies and engaging with other kidney care societies, patient organizations, researchers, advocates, policymakers, and commercial partners involved in peritoneal dialysis and home hemodialysis.