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Educational Ambassador Fogazzi AfricaSeveral emerging centers will be welcoming ISN Educational Ambassadors to their institutions as of next year following the recent call for applications session.
 
ISN has now released the latest list of institutions who have been awarded funding to welcome an ISN Educational Ambassador to their institution. Also included in this list are the relevant training topics. To access the information, CLICK HERE.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012 10:49

ISN GO South Asia Regional Workshop Featured

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The Gujarat University Convention Centre was the location for the first ISN GO Regional Workshop in South Asia, held on December 8, 2012 during the third day of the 43rd annual meeting of the Indian Society of Nephrology. This Regional Workshop in South Asia completes the first pilot cycle of regional workshops planned in each of the ISN developing regions from 2011 to next year. Plans are now in progress to begin the second cycle of these new events to be held from 2013 to 2015.

Nanjing Forum 2012.In August 2012, the Nanjing Forum achieved its usual high level of success. Today, the event is widely acknowledged as a top-level academic meeting for nephrologists in China.

This September, South East Asia was the destination for several educational events in Malaysia, Laos and Vietnam, including the region’s first ISN Global Outreach (GO) Regional Workshop and several Continuous Medical Education (CME) courses.

ISN and AMGEN have agreed to develop a partnership to express their mutual commitment to the global advancement of nephrology. This Fellowship scheme is designed to support young physicians from Egypt, Turkey, Russia or South Africa who wish to apply to train abroad in clinical care, research or educational methods. CLICK HERE to read the full announcement.

There are only a few weeks left to apply for the upcoming call for the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Fellowship Program. The deadline has been set for December 15, 2012.

The ISN GO Fellowship program provides relevant and contemporary nephrological training to physicians from emerging countries, with the ultimate goal of improving the standards for fellows in their home country upon their return and help them become leaders in their field.

A Continuing Medical Education (CME) course was organized from October 23 to 27, 2012 in Douala, Cameroon. This was a joint initiative between ISN and the European Renal Association - European Dialysis and Transplant Association (ERA-EDTA). It was also organized with the assistance of local nephrologist Gloria Ashuntantang.

Wednesday, 14 November 2012 17:30

ISN is looking for a new GO CME Program Chair

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Norbert Lameire will be standing down from his role as Chair of the GO CME Program in June 2013. He has done a superb job for ISN in this role over the last 6  years.

We anticipate a strong slate of nominations to replace Norbert in this very important role in the Global Outreach programs. The ISN leadership has already received a number of recommendations of excellent candidates, but we are keen to evaluate a very broad field. We would therefore be very pleased to receive from any ISN member a recommendation about an individual who you think we should be considering for this role.

Wednesday, 14 November 2012 14:33

Mark your calendar: ISN GO Regional Workshop in India Featured

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Following the growing success of the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Regional Workshops, ISN is now planning a workshop in India. This first ISN regional workshop in South Asia will be held in conjunction with the Indian Society of Nephrology's meeting in Ahmedabad on December 8, 2012. Whether you are a member of ISN or not, come and join the discussion and find out everything there is to know about these great programs.

ISN delegation Asia workshop webChengdu, China was the location for the seventh ISN Regional Workshop, this time around the event was held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Chinese Society of Nephrology (CSN) from October 7 to 11, 2012. ISN would like to express its sincere gratitude to the CSN and particularly its current president and ISN Councilor, Zhi-Hong Liu, for their hospitality and assistance with organizing, hosting and advertising the workshop.

Sunday, 23 September 2012 11:45

ISN-ANIO Indukaka Ipcowala Apprenticeship 2014 Featured

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The ISN-ANIO Indukaka Ipcowala Apprenticeship Program gives an opportunity to physicians or allied healthcare personnel to train and gain by practical experience specific skills in any field of nephrology, including but not limited to renal pathology, chronic kidney disease, transplantation, or dialysis.

Tuesday, 18 September 2012 14:57

ISN GO Fellowship Program: results session 2012-2 Featured

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ISN is happy to announce the outcome of the last call for applications for the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Fellowship Program. To get the full list of ISN Fellows who will start training abroad as of next year, CLICK HERE.

Audience at the Nanjing Forum August 2012 ISN delegates have just returned from the annual Continuous Medical Education (CME) course on "Forefronts in Glomerular Disease" (August 23 to 25, 2012). Also known as the Nanjing Forum, this meeting has become a regular feature on the ISN event calendar.

 

Dr. gouda and Dr. Ghada measuring impliminting EGIPT CKD Program in a rural area webFollowing the call for proposals in April, the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Research and Prevention (R&P) Program recently awarded funding to two applicants.

Teerayut Jiamjariyaporn (Thailand) and Kwazi Celani Zwakele Ndlovu (South Africa) will receive a grant to fund a research and prevention program in their region.

 

WGC KazakhstanFollowing the growing success of the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Regional Workshops, ISN is now planning a workshop for the East Asia region.

This will take place on October 11, 2012 during the Chinese Society of Nephrology's (CSN) Annual Congress. Whether you are a member of ISN or not, come and join the discussion and find out everything there is to know about these great programs.

 

Bishnu Pahari with colleaguesIn a recent study, ISN Fellowship and Publication Committee Chair David Harris commented on the impact of training nephrologists from developing countries. The report is now available online in Kidney International Supplements, CLICK HERE.

Couser-CME-ZambiaISN is happy to announce that the next ISN Global Outreach (GO) Regional Workshop is taking place during the 14th Annual Conference of the International Society of Peritoneal Dialysis (ISPD). This first OSEA GO Regional Workshop is organized in Kuala Lumpur on September 11, 2012 from 12.30 until 14.00 (Room 306, Level 3 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center).

Educational Ambassador Fogazzi AfricaSeveral emerging centers will be welcoming ISN Educational Ambassadors to their institutions as of September 2012 following the recent call for applications session.


The ISN Global Outreach (GO) Programs are one of ISN's most exciting initiatives focusing on bringing together nephrologists by offering interesting educational opportunities in developing and developed countries. To stand with the best chance of taking part in these programs, mark the following application deadline dates in your calendar.

 

The ISN GO Eastern and Central Europe Regional Committee held its first regional workshop on May 26, 2012 during the ERA-EDTA Congress in Paris. Some 35 people attended the meeting, including leaders from Eastern and Central Europe. Participants came from Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine.

conference center indiaThe Department of Nephrology at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences recently organized a kidney disease awareness program aimed at children. The program was endorsed and supported by the Kidney Foundation Institute of Delhi, the Indian Academy of Nephrology and the Indian Society of Nephrology. Nearly 800 school children from 20 schools in Delhi, both public and private, and thirty teachers took part in this half day education program.

Monday, 14 May 2012 09:19

Apply for the ISN GO Fellowship Program Featured

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Bishnu Pahari with colleaguesThe next deadline to apply for the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Fellowship Program is 15 June 2012. To find out more about this ISN GO Program CLICK HERE. You can apply online HERE now. You can also consult the Fellowship booklet HERE to get practical details on the program and the application process.


Ayo Shonibare webThe deadline for the ISN Global Outreach Educational Ambassador Program has now been extended. Applications will be accepted until May 31st, 2012.

Monday, 07 May 2012 09:47

First ISN GO CME in Kazakhstan Featured

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WGC KazakhstanAn ISN Global Outreach (GO) Continuous Medical Educational (CME) course was held from April 25 to 27 in Almaty, Kazakhstan as part of the 2nd Congress of Nephrologists of the New Independent States. The congress was organized by the ISN Regional Committee in Russia, the Central Independent States chaired by Helena Zakarova and Professor A.B. Kanatbayeva, president of the Kazakhstan Nephrology Association and Chief of Nephrology at the National Medical University in Kazakhstan.

Dr. Remuzzi and DrISN is happy to welcome Marcello Tonelli as the new chair of the ISN Global Outreach Research and Prevention (R&P) Program. He will now take over from ISN President Elect Giuseppe Remuzzi, who has headed the committee since its foundation. Remuzzi says that "being appointed to chair the first ISN GO Research and Prevention Committee was a real honor. It was an intense and engaging experience to start this new venture of cooperation with colleagues who often work in challenging, diverse, and sometimes unbelievably difficult circumstances."


ISN is taking part in this year's European Renal Association - European Dialysis and Transplant Association (ERA-EDTA) Congress at the Palais des Congrès in Paris, France from May 24 to 27, 2012.

Fellowship group photoISN is happy to announce the results of the latest round of applications for the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Fellowship program.

KHDC in WKD2010Mark your calendar for the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Research and Prevention Program application deadline on April 1st, 2012. If you are interested in applying for this ISN GO Program, make sure to send your application online before this date. CLICK HERE to find out more.

Training of nurses in the Diabetes outpatient clinic how to test urine by dipstick webThe Damanhour Medical National Institute in Egypt and the Sheffield Kidney Institute in the UK have now been officially recognized a level B pair in the ISN Global OUtreach (GO) Sister Renal Center (SRC)Program. This status was awarded to the pair following the successful activities they were involved in last year.

Wednesday, 15 February 2012 15:12

CME in Ghana focuses on pediatric nephrology Featured

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Little girl ghana webISN in collaboration with the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the Ghana Kidney Association recently organized two Continuous Medical Education (CME) courses on kidney disease in children. The CME session in Cape Coast was the first renal event in the Central Region of Ghana where hemodialys is available but there are as yet no nephrologists.

Some 700 participants gathered in Dubai recently for the 5th ISN Update Course in Nephrology 2011, held at the Intercontinental Dubai Festival City, Dubai from December 9 to 12, 2011. This international conference was developed and organized by the Emirates Medical Association of Nephrology (EMAN) in collaboration with ISN, the Arab Society of Nephrology and Renal Transplantation (ASNRT) and the Saudi Society of Nephrology and Transplantation (SSN).

Pediatric nephrology is challenging in Africa. However, there are several individuals who are dedicated to building links in the community, improving kidney care for young patients in the region. In Ghana, Mignon McCulloch has developed working relationships with Sampson Antwi from Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi and Victoria Adabayeri from Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra. They plan to develop a pediatric nephrology team and set up a five-year plan for Ghana.

The ISN Global Outreach (GO) Sister Renal Center partnership between London’s St. George’s Hospital and the Postgraduate Medical Education and Research Institute (PGI) in Chandigarh, India was awarded Level C status in 2011. One year later, the centers have been active with site visits, conferences and a successful Continuous Medical Education course. The UK team also visited the Urban Health Training Centre in Manimajra and the Rural Health Training Centre in Kheri, both located in deprived urban areas.

Wednesday, 18 January 2012 09:30

Letter from ISN to New England Journal of Medicine

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ISN leaders recently submitted a letter to the NEJM to highlight the role of GO programs in developing kidney medicine in Tanzania. Although the letter was not accepted for publication, we thought it would be of interest to ISN members, to reinforce the leading role that GO plays in building capacity in developing countries, through its Fellowship Program and other initiatives.

The ISN GO SRC link between Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Nigeria and Lister Hospital in Stevenage, UK has now reached level B status and is showing signs of increased success. This was particularly made possible through the great efforts of the Sister Center nephrologists Ken Farrington and Paul Warwicker as well as Wale Oke, Medical Director at LASUTH.

The Health Sciences University of Mongolia (HSUM) and the Scarborough General Hospital (SGH) Renal Division in Canada have been working together via ISN’s Global Outreach Sister Renal Center (SRC) Program since January 2012. The partnership has opened doors for local nephrologists like Baigalmaa Evsanaa.

The Health Sciences University of Mongolia (HSUM) and the Scarborough General Hospital (SGH) Renal Division in Canada have been working together via ISN’s Global Outreach Sister Renal Center (SRC) Program since January 2012. The partnership has opened doors for local nephrologists like Baigalmaa Evsanaa.

Sunday, 15 January 2012 10:12

Sustainable care for AKI patients

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Ethiopia calls on ISN EAP to begin long-lasting peritoneal dialysis program.

ISN Educational Ambassadors volunteer to share their knowledge with those who have not benefitted from the same opportunities. Our Educational Ambassadors reveal how learning really goes both ways.

Sunday, 15 January 2012 09:52

Caring for younger generations

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ISN/IPNA collaboration helps pediatric nephrology grow worldwide,
provide better care for children with kidney disease.

ISN CME Program Chair Norbert Lameire kicked off the tour when he spoke at the Hypertension Teaching Seminar in Maputo, Mozambique. The country’s Health Minister, Alexandre Manguele opened the Seminar and welcomed physicians, nurses and postgraduate students.

Group-including-ISN-webproofIncreasing transplantation opportunities in the developing world is a strong priority for the ISN Global Outreach Sister Renal Center (SRC) Program. Success in carrying out this life-saving procedure, is due to the dynamism of the program’s trio and traditional partnerships as well as the dedication and humanitarian enthusiasm of the clinical teams involved.

Saturday, 07 January 2012 15:00

Raising the profile of nephropathology

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The relationship between a nephropathologist and a nephrologist is crucial to achieve a more precise diagnosis for kidney disease patients. Anila Abraham knew this when she joined the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Fellowship Program to specialize in nephropathology.

Bishnu Pahari with colleaguesISN Fellowships offer renal training and a chance to get involved in clinical research and prevention. Bishnu Pahari found out about the great benefits of being an ISN Fellow when he spent a year at the Mario Negri Institute in Italy.

Monday, 28 November 2011 14:30

Fellowship application deadline: December 15, 2011 Featured

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The countdown has begun to apply for the ISN Global Outreach Fellowship Program. The deadline to send in your application is Thursday December 15, 2011. If you are interested in joining this initiave, don't hesitate to visit the Fellowship page to find out more. 

Since 2006, The ISN Global Outreach (GO) Research and Prevention (R&P) Committee has been dedicated to promoting research and educational programs in these poorer regions.

Tuesday, 15 November 2011 00:00

A doctor across borders and cultures

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In Benin, communicable diseases are still predominant but the incidence of noncommunicable diseases is steadily increasing. With only one nephrologist for about 15,000 inhabitants, patients with renal failure have to travel to a major town for dialysis treatment.

This June saw another Nanjing Forum end on a positive note. Today, the event is widely acknowledged as a top level academic meeting for nephrologists in China. Providing the latest educational opportunities for Chinese nephrologists, “Forefronts in Glomerular Disease - Nanjing Forum”, has been part of ISN’s Global Outreach (GO) Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program since 2006.

Tuesday, 18 October 2011 10:37

ISN Educational Ambassadors Program results Featured

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Several emerging centers will be welcoming ISN Educational Ambassadors to their institutions next year following a successful application session last May.

Tuesday, 18 October 2011 10:01

Outcome ISN GO Fellowship application session Featured

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ISN is happy to announce the results of the ISN Global Outreach (GO) Fellowship Program application session 2011-2.  This time around applications were much higher with 36 candidates applying for the program. 25 of these have now been accepted as ISN Fellows and will begin their fellowship as of next year. To find out who the new ISN Fellows are, CLICK HERE.

This year, high interest came from Africa followed by Latin America and Oceania and South-East Asia. There were also some applications from Southern and Eastern Asia, Eastern and Central Europe as well as Russia.

ISN would like to thank IPNA, APSN, the British Renal Association, CREED, KRUK and ERA-EDTA for sponsoring this ISN GO Fellowship Program application session. Two ISN Fellows have been named after Otsuka and the Salmasi Family for their contribution to nephrology over the years.

The next application deadline for the ISN GO Fellowship Program is December 15, 2011.

To find out more, visit the ISN GO Fellowship Program page.

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