June 19, 2023

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ISN Executive Committee Meets in Brussels
The ISN executive committee spent two days in the European capital last week to discuss the ISN's strategic plan. This was the committee's first in-person meeting since the official start of its term at WCN'23.
“A Unique, Life-changing Experience”: Hear From Past ELP Cohort Members and Apply Today to Become Tomorrow's Leaders!
The first Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) cohort members share their enthusiasm for the program and explain why others should apply.
Watch the video here.
Apply here by September 30, 2023.
 ISN News 
 New Initiatives 
New! Access the Toolkit on the Optimization of RAASi Therapy
Access the RAASi Therapy Toolkit here.
Joint initiative of the ISN, the ASPC, the HFA, KDIGO, and the RPA.
Celebrate Excellence in and Commitment to Kidney Care: Nominate a Candidate for the ISN 2024 Awards!
ISN Patient Liaison Advisory Group Members Report on Recent Activities Highlighting the Importance of the Voices of People Living with Kidney Disease to Improve Kidney Care
ISN Members - Enjoy or Relive WCN'23 Spotlight Sessions on ISN Grants, the YNC Quiz, CKD in Primary Care Settings, and Successful Clinical Trials
“Hemodialysis” and “Conservative Management” - Watch and Share Modules 19 and 20 in the Open-access Online Kidney Education for Primary Care Physicians Curriculum
Watch the Latest Renal Pathology Case Study on a 70-Year-Old Male With Cadaveric Renal Transplant and Progressive Reduction of GFR and Proteinuria
“Get Involved - It's Incredibly Rewarding!”: Meg Jardine Discusses Clinical Trials Alongside Adeera Levine in the Latest ISN Global Kidney Care Podcast
Catch Up Now! Watch a Recording of the ISN Webinar on the First Consensus Guidance for Pre-clinical Animal Studies in Translational Nephrology (TRANSFORM)
Explore the ISN Global Trials Focus Selection for May Featuring 'Trial of the Month' on Ertugliflozin Use In Elderly Patients
ISN Mentee Investigates Effectiveness of Retraining Patients on Peritoneal Dialysis Procedures
Helping Improve Kidney Disease Diagnosis Around the World: The ISN Supports Renal Pathologists From Eleven Different Countries to Attend Key Renal Pathology Events
 ISN Participates  
ISN President Masaomi Nangaku to Deliver Talks at the Regional Congress in Brazil and the Annual Shanghai Nephrology Conference
Read more about ISN participation at the Brazilian Congress here.
Read more about ISN participation at the Shanghai Annual Conference here.
June 20, 2023  I  3 p.m. CEST
@ISNeducation Nuances in Nephrology Webinar:
Extracorporeal Kidney Replacement Therapy for Acute Kidney Injury
June 22, 2023  I  2 p.m. CEST
Grand Rounds in Pediatric Nephrology - an ISN-IPNA Sister Centers Initiative:
Diagnosis and Management of the Child with Atypical Peritonitis
June 27, 2023  I  4 p.m. CEST
Industry Webinar:
Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment of IgA Nephropathy in 2023 and Beyond
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ISN Webinar: ISN-GKHA (Atlas) - Findings and Policy Implications for Europe and for the Americas
GlomCon-ISN Webinar: What is Behind Granulomatous TIN?
ISN-ISE Webinar: Obesity and Weight Management in Chronic Kidney Disease
The ASCEND-NHQ Randomized Trial Found Positive Effects of Daprodustat on Hemoglobin and Quality of Life in Patients With Non-Dialysis Chronic Kidney Disease
This clinical trial administered a daily daprodustat or a placebo pill to 614 patients with CKD and anemia for 28 weeks.
People treated with daprodustat had a larger increase in hemoglobin and less fatigue than those who received the placebo and compared with their hemoglobin and fatigue levels at the outset.
Patient Self-testing of Kidney Function at Home, a Prospective Clinical Feasibility Study in Kidney Transplant Recipients
A small feasibility study investigated agreement between home self-test and standard clinic test results. Self-test creatinine results showed good analytical and clinical agreement with standard clinic test results, demonstrating that training selected patients to competently use hand-held devices to self-test kidney function at home is possible.