The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) condemns the Administration’s proposal to drastically cut funding for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) by $5.8 billion, nearly 20% below current levels. Funding cuts of this magnitude would slow research for treatments of kidney diseases and delay innovative therapies for the next generation.
ASN has joined with Women in Nephrology (WIN) to develop a series of educational programs based on identified knowledge gaps related to career paths within the field of nephrology.
ASN publishes the latest GW report on the 2016 Nephrology Fellows Survey. The analysis examines fellows’ perceptions of the job market and the specialty of nephrology.
The latest NephSAP issue, Electolytes and Acid-Base Disorders is now available online to all ASN members and NephSAP subscribers. All active NephSAP issues are eligible for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit and are included free as a benefit of ASN membership.
ASN's Board Review Course & Update helps fellows and practicing physicians prepare for certification or recertification in
nephrology. Lectures, interactive
case discussions, and panel Q&A sessions provide an unparalleled and efficient learning experience.
Kidney Week On-Demand™ is now available and provides online access to nearly 200 hours of educational content presented during Kidney Week 2016, including plenary sessions, basic and clinical science sessions, clinical practice sessions, and special and translational sessions.
The ASN Foundation for Kidney Research invites individuals, foundations, corporations, and other organizations to join us in supporting the Career Development Grants Program. Through the Securing the Future Campaign, we will ensure much-needed research funding in the field of nephrology.
Renew your membership for 2017 and continue to help lead the fight against kidney disease. ASN member benefits include publication subscriptions, educational event registration discounts, and more.
Prepare for the new payment system under MACRA (the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act) by utilizing the resources available to you on the MACRA resource page. ASN will update this webpage frequently and use every tool of communication available to guide you to available information as MACRA is implemented.
Registration is now open for Board Review Course & Update, the most effecient and comprehensive nephrology board certification preparation course available.
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Renew your membership for 2017 and continue to help lead the fight against kidney disease. ASN member benefits include publications, event registration discounts, and more.
Kidney Week On-Demand is now available and provides online access to nearly 200 hours of educational content presented during Kidney Week 2016, held in Chicago, IL.
The new ASN Communities site allows you to connect with peers, join discussions, and share knowledge and resources with nephrology professionals around the world.
Team develops online “calculator” to predict risk of early hospital readmission https://t.co/eSxwTy75nE– @ASNKidney on Twitter
#Diabetes drug could be the first to reverse the disease | @NewScientist https://t.co/Wjgp7snmr0– @ASNKidney on Twitter
ASN Data Bytes: Academics Offer Diverging Opinions on #Nephrology Procedures | Kidney News Online https://t.co/TSSjy2xGCG– @ASNKidney on Twitter
Thanks to everyone who helped pull off our Communities Journal Chat with @CJASN catch up on the discussion here https://t.co/qICeZWbnIq– @ASNKidney on Twitter
RT @NephRodby: Check out excellent ASN chat discussion of case of of severe hypocalcemia by Dr. Mitch Rosner https://t.co/bYJ0qstUyH #ASNCo…– @ASNKidney on Twitter
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