October 03, 2022

New: Professional Accolade for the ISN Kidney Care Community - Apply Now to Become a 'Fellow of the ISN' (FISN)
Introducing internationally recognizable seal of fellowship for ISN members to raise the profile of professionals in kidney health and increase visibility for our valuable specialty.
Find out more about this exciting new distinction for ISN members.
Pandemic Preparedness and Systems Genetics: Preview Hot Topics in Kidney Health From Distinguished Speakers at WCN'23
Discover two renowned plenary speakers presenting on trending issues at the ISN World Congress of Nephrology 2023 in Bangkok, Thailand, from March 30 - April 2.
ISN Members: Follow the New Course, "Introduction to Qualitative Health Research: Study Design, Data Collection, and Analysis," at the ISN Academy With a Live Workshop on October 10 - Register Now, Places Are Limited
Improve your research skills - discover the five-session course available exclusively to ISN members at the ISN Academy. Sign up for the workshop 'Analysis and Critical Appraisal,' limited to 30 participants.
Read more here.
 ISN News 
Watch Interviews With the Winners of the ISN Frontiers-New Delhi Young Nephrologists Awards and Download Visual Abstracts of Their Research
ISN CME Program Supports Vietnamese Urology and Nephrology Association Congress
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
The ISN Joins the Discussion on Improving Quality of Life During Dialysis at European Roundtable
How Do You Measure Community Engagement in Kidney Research? Find Out From an ISN Hydration and Kidney Health Investigator
 ISN Participates 
Join the ISN at the 63rd Annual Congress of the Italian Society of Nephrology in Italy, October 5-8, and Hear From ISN Western Europe Regional Board Chair, Rosanna Coppo
How to Answer the Most-Asked Questions From Kidney Patients Planning for Parenthood: ISN Visual Abstract, Twitter Space Discussion, and Tweetorial
Video Abstract on APPEAR C3 Trial - Watch Now!
A short video on the benefits of alternative pathway inhibition with iptacopan in C3 glomerulopathy.
This video abstract is supported by Novartis.
Tuesday, October 4  I  3:30 p.m. CEST
ISN-ISPD Webinar:
Urgent-start Peritoneal Dialysis
Thursday, October 6  I  5 p.m. CEST
ISN-IPNA - “Across the Lifespan” Joint Webinar:
Ethics in Pediatric Nephrology - a Global Perspective
Tuesday, October 11  I  1 p.m. CEST
Grand Rounds in Pediatric Nephrology - an ISN-IPNA Sister Centers Initiative:
Immunosuppression vs. Post-transplant Viral Infections: Walking a Fine Line
Thursday, October 13  I  1 p.m. CEST
ISN Series on Transplantation - Part 1:
COVID-19, Vaccinations and Transplantations
Friday, October 21  I  11 a.m. CEST
ISN Series on Transplantation - Part 2: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (TDM) and Kidney Transplantation
Grand Rounds in Pediatric Nephrology - an ISN-IPNA Sister Centers Initiative:
C3 Glomerulonephritis and Dense Deposit Disease - a Tale of Two Twins
This webinar is open-access.
Access the Latest ISN Journal Articles on Covid-19
Indigenous Peoples' Perspectives of Living With Chronic Kidney Disease: Systematic Review of Qualitative Studies
The high burden of chronic disease among Indigenous Peoples is widely recognized. Many Indigenous Peoples with chronic kidney disease (CKD) experience similar challenges to the general population but may also encounter inequitable access to responsive, culturally safe health information and services.
This study describes Indigenous Peoples' experience of living with CKD to help broaden our understanding of additional barriers to kidney care across different First Nations groups and settings.
Socioeconomic Determinants, Regional Differences, and Quality of Nephrology Research in Africa
The first ISN Global Kidney Health Atlas (GKHA) reported that Africa was consistently lagging behind other world regions in its capacity to participate in clinical trials or observational studies in nephrology. This descriptive study provides a brief report on the quantity and quality of published research in nephrology from Africa over five decades.