Kidney Week 2022: Meeting Overview
Kidney Week 2022 is comprised of:
- Four fully virtual Early Programs: Critical Care Nephrology, Glomerular Diseases, Maintenance Dialysis, and Kidney Pathophysiology (NEW). Each includes on-demand and live-streamed content, as well as access to all recorded presentations for up to three years. On-demand content will be available on Wednesday, October 19 and virtual live streams will take place on Wednesday, October 26 and Thursday, October 27 and will be available on-demand afterwards. Each has a separate registration fee and offers continuing education credits.
- Three in-person Early Programs: Advances in Research Conference: Regenerative Medicine and Bioartificial Kidneys, Fundamentals of Renal Pathology, Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Nephrology (NEW). Each includes on-demand content available on Wednesday, October 19 and in-person sessions in Orlando on Wednesday, November 2, as well as access to all recorded presentations for up to three years. You must participate in-person in Orlando, Florida on Wednesday, November 2. Each has a separate registration fee and offers continuing education credits.
- Annual Meeting (November 3-6): All sessions, posters, and exhibits will take place in-person in Orlando. Select sessions (e.g., plenaries, high-impact clinical trials) will be live-streamed for remote participants. All sessions will be recorded and made available on the virtual meeting platform through Wednesday, December 21, 2022. In mid-January 2023, this content will move to the ASN eLearning Center for up to three years and continue to be complimentary to meeting participants who obtain an access code. Access code information will be available in late October 2022.