November 15, 2022

Submit Your Abstract Before Tomorrow's Deadline and Present Your Work at WCN'23
Submit your abstract before midnight, November 16, 2022.
What Are the Prerequisites for Early Identification of CKD? Find Out in Case Studies From ISN Members
Discover how different countries implement early chronic kidney disease (CKD) detection programs and the conditions favoring early identification of CKD.
Read more here.
Thrive Professionally With ISN Membership Benefits -
Join or Renew by January 1, 2023
Discover new and established ISN membership benefits to keep pace with best practices in kidney care.
ISN-KI Editorial Fellowship: Call for Expressions of Interest
As ISN-KI Editorial Fellow, learn how to critically assess manuscripts and manage editorial responsibilities within the context of a highly cited, top-ranked, reputable nephrology journal.
 ISN News 
From the Spectrum of Uremic Toxicity to the Genetics of Glomerular Disease - Discover the WCN'23 Scientific Program
Connect With the International Nephrology Community at WCN'23 - Register at the Early Bird Rate Until January 18, 2023
What Is the Kidney Function of Workers Exposed to Heat Stress After a Two-year Follow-up?
Take Part in the ISN GTF Twitter Space to Discuss the TESTING Randomized Clinical Trial on Oral Methylprednisolone
 Upcoming WEBINARS 
Thursday, November 17  I  6 p.m. CET
ISN-KDIGO Webinar:
Conclusions from the KDIGO Conference on Home Dialysis
Tuesday, November 22  I  2 p.m. CET
ISN Webinar:
Developments in Managing DKD - Perspectives of a Nephrologist, Cardiologist and Diabetologist - a Discussion on the Main Messages of the Post-hoc Analysis of FIGARO, FIDELIO and FIDELITY
Webinar supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Bayer AG.
Thursday, November 24  I  11 a.m. CET
ISN Webinar:
The Role of Nurses in Kidney Care
Announcing the 2022 Grantees From the ISN Clinical Research Program
ISN Members - Access the New ISN Course on Qualitative Research
Postuler en Français pour l'ISN Clinical Research Program (article in French)
ISN members can now submit a research project in French to the ISN Clinical Research Program
Download World Kidney Day Logo, Visuals, and Call-to-Action; Multiple Languages Available!
Provide Valuable Data: Take the DICG-ISN-TTS Anonymous Survey for Health Professionals on Providing Care to Patients Who Travel Internationally for Organ Donation or Transplantation
Access Two New Primary Care Modules on Kidney and Glomerular Diseases at the ISN Academy
 ISN Participates 
Hear From the ISN President at the Sri Lanka Society of Nephrology Academic Sessions 2022
 Recorded Webinars 
Join or renew your membership here to access these webinars
Grand Rounds in Pediatric Nephrology - an ISN-IPNA Sister Centers Initiative:
A Challenging Case of Nephrotic Syndrome
ISN-ISE Webinar:
Endocrine and Metabolic Complications After Kidney Transplant - Part 1
@ISNEducation Nuances in Nephrology Webinar:
Parenthood with Advanced Kidney Disease or Transplantation
Access the Latest ISN Journal Articles on Covid-19
Watch the latest ISN video abstracts from the @ISNeducation Social Media Team on diagnosing acute kidney injury with urine neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin and treating infection-related glomerulonephritis with steroids.
Watch the videos here.
The videos are based on papers from Kidney International and Kidney International Reports:
Neutrophil Gelatinase-Associated Lipocalin is Elevated in Children With Acute Kidney Injury and Sickle Cell Anemia, and Predicts Mortality
Efficacy of Corticosteroids in Infection-related Glomerulonephritis – a Randomized Controlled Trial
Kidney Outcomes in Patients With Diabetes Mellitus Did Not Differ Between Individual Sodium-Glucose Cotransporter-2 Inhibitors
This study compares the subsequent risk of developing kidney outcomes between individual sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors, including patients with diabetes mellitus newly treated with individual SGLT2 inhibitors.
The researchers found no significant difference in the annual eGFR decline slopes between patients taking different SGLT2 inhibitors.
Autosomal Dominant Tubulointerstitial Kidney Disease (ADTKD): An Emerging Cause of Genetic Chronic Kidney Disease
Autosomal dominant tubulointerstitial kidney disease (ADTKD) is now considered the third most significant cause of genetic renal disease worldwide. This review discusses how our understanding of ADTKD has evolved over the last decades, with an emphasis on clinical features, molecular diagnosis, and pathology.