Kidney Week On-Demand™ is now available and provides online access to nearly 200 hours of educational content presented during Kidney Week 2015, including plenary sessions, basic and clinical science symposia, clinical nephrology conferences, special sessions, and select early programs.
ASN publishes the latest GWU report on the 2015 Nephrology Fellows Survey. The analysis examines fellows’ perceptions of the job market and the specialty of nephrology.
ASN publishes an overview of the NRMP SMS Nephrology Match for Appointment Year 2016.
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.
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.
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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