ASN proudly announces the winners of the first Innovations in Kidney Education Contest. Medical students, graduate students, post-doctoral trainees, nephrologists and PhD faculty provided exciting and creative submissions. The winners represents the best of these innovative approaches to teaching about kidney health and disease.
In his address at Kidney Week 2015, ASN President Jonathan Himmelfarb discusses the current state of ASN, the nephrology workforce, current treatment options, and his vision for the future.
Renew your membership for 2016 and continue to help lead the fight against kidney disease. ASN member benefits include publication subscriptions, educational event registration discounts, and more.
The ASN Foundation for Kidney Research has fully endowed the Ben J. Lipps Research Fellowship Program. The program funds 10 new and 10 continuing fellowships annually, and recipients receive $100,000 over two years.
KSAP reviews the essentials of nephrology for fellows preparing for initial certification, practicing nephrologists preparing for recertification, and practitioners who want to refresh their understanding of the core elements of nephrology.
ASN publishes The US Nephrology Workforce 2015: Developments and Trends, latest in a series of GWU workforce analyses.
The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) will bestow the President's Medal to the award-winning actor and comedian George Lopez for his dedication to raising awareness of kidney health issues and his efforts to improve the lives of individuals with kidney disease through the George Lopez Foundation.
ASN seeks candidates for the position of editor-in-chief of the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN). The editor's primary responsibility is to continue to enhance the journal's quality, reputation and scholarship, and continue CJASN's contribution to ASN continuing its mission of leading the fight against kidney disease.
The Kidney Week 2015 abstracts are now available online. View abstracts, download to your mobile device, and build your custom itinerary with the Program Builder or download the Abstract Supplement PDF (42.8 MB).
Board Review Course & Update 2015 Online is now available in the ASN Learning Center. Featuring over 60 hours of content from the live course held in July, this distance learning product is a great way to prepare for the upcoming boards.
The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) has been awarded Accreditation with Commendation by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) for six years as a provider of continuing medical education (CME) for physicians.
Print On-Demand allows users to purchase printed copies of NephSAP active issues from January 2014 forward. This service is available to all users and is a convenient way to obtain á la carte offline study materials.
Renew your ASN membership for 2016 and continue to enjoy many member benefits including news and publication subscriptions, educational event discounts, and more.
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The Kidney Week 2015 abstracts are now available. View abstracts, download to your mobile device, and build your custom itinerary with the Program Builder.
KSAP is an online self-assessment program that offers Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Part 2 Maintenance of Certification (MOC) and is available for purchase.
Print On-Demand allows users to purchase printed copies of select NephSAP issues and is an easy and convenient way to obtain á la carte offline study materials.
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