The ISN welcomes expressions of interest and nominations for the leadership position of
ISN Renal Disaster Preparedness Working Group Deputy Chair

Open to all ISN members in good standing

Deadline to apply is 30 September 2022

The International Society of Nephrology (ISN) welcomes expressions of interest for the position of ISN Renal Disaster Preparedness Working Group (RDPWG) Deputy Chair.

The purpose of the RDPWG is to formulate preparedness plans for situations where there is disruption in the delivery of kidney-related services in a region and to guide ISN in its advisory role in such situations.

The RDPWG aims to:

  • Develop the definition of “disaster” or any other appropriate term referring to situations where there is disruption of kidney-related services in a region.
  • Formulate a disaster preparedness guidance plan to respond to and manage such situations.
  • Develop a strategy for disseminating and implementing such a disaster preparedness guidance plan.
  • Assess and then advise ISN on its role during the occurrence of such situations.

ISN staff provide operational support to the RDPWG, and the Chair and Deputy Chair are supported by a group with regional representation.

This is a volunteer leadership position for a period of approximately 2 years, commencing at the ISN World Congress of Nephrology 2023 (WCN’23). The Deputy Chair is expected to take the role of Chair after approximately 2 years (commencing at WCN’25). The position attracts no remuneration.

This call for expressions of interest and nominations is open to all ISN members in good standing.

Apply

To apply for the applicable position, please email your expression of interest or nomination by email to Monica Moorthy by Friday, September 30, 2022. Your expression of interest/nomination should consist of:

  1. a short CV (maximum 4 pages) with a list of publications, and
  2. a statement (maximum 500 words) explaining your relevant skills and experience, and why you wish to be considered for the position.

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