ASN created the Nephrology Match Task Force to evaluate and improve the selection process for fellowship candidates and training programs. Read the task force’s recommendations to remain in the nephrology match and adopt a new all-in policy.
ASN is now accepting abstracts for Kidney Week 2015, the world's premier nephrology meeting, to be held November 3-8 in San Diego, CA. The deadline to submit an abstract is Wednesday, June 3, 2015, 2:00 p.m. EDT.
KSAP is an online self-assessment program that offers Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Part 2 Maintenance of Certification (MOC). This program 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.
Learn how NHLBI’s Community Health Workers Health Disparities Initiative seeks to improve health for underserved populations.
ASN’s Board Review Course & Update helps fellows and practicing physicians prepare for certification or recertification in
nephrology. Each topic and its time allocation are patterned after the ABIM nephrology examination. Lectures, interactive
case discussions, and panel Q&A sessions provide an unparalleled and efficient learning experience.
The ASN-AMFDP Award will support a kidney research scholar from a historically disadvantaged background.
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.
The second ASN nephrology workforce report—Findings from the 2014 Survey of Nephrology Fellows—provides a detailed portrait of current fellows and their perceptions of the job market and nephrology careers.
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.
Kidney Week On-Demand™ is now available and provides online access to nearly 300 hours of educational content presented during Kidney Week 2014, including plenary sessions, basic and clinical science symposia, clinical nephrology conferences, special sessions, and select early programs.
The Kidney Transplantation Practice Improvement Module (KTPIM) provides personalized reports to help you develop and implement an individual or practice-wide improvement plan and enhance your patient care. Evaluate your practice and start earning MOC points today.
Board Review Course & Update 2014 Online is now available in the ASN Learning Center. Featuring over 60 hours of content from the live course held in August, this distance learning product is a great way to prepare for the upcoming boards.
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.
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The Board Review Course & Update is patterned after the ABIM nephrology blueprint and is intended to help both fellows and practicing physicians prepare for the examination.
Renew your membership for 2015 and continue to help lead the fight against kidney disease. ASN member benefits include publications, event registration discounts, and more.
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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