Great care for little kidneys. Everywhere.

Strategic Plan

IPNA has an ambitious strategic plan for improving the kidney health of children internationally.

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Strategic plan

IPNA Strategic Plan

Our Vision – IPNA members disseminate knowledge about kidney disease in children in the areas where care is needed most. “Optimal care for all children with kidney disease” is IPNA’s vision.

Our Mission is to lead the global efforts to successfully address the care for all children with Kidney disease through advocacy, education, and training.

Our Strategy has four pillars, illustrated below.

Update (October 2020)

In the past year, IPNA Council has improved our communications through the website, newsletters, and increased use of social media. We have increased our educational and teaching programs, converting to virtual formats, promoting guidelines, increasing interactions with local societies and providing more master classes. We continue to promote philanthropy and partnerships with other stakeholders to support educational activities. We had a call for members to join committees and had a robust response, adding 38 members to IPNA Committees.

Our Strategy

Strengthen IPNA’s infrastructure
  • Increase transparency and improve efficacy
  • Augment IPNA operations
  • Enhance functionality of IPNA’s technology and resources
Enhance capacity of providers to care for children with kidney disease
  • Improve educational and teaching programs
  • Facilitate IPNA member access to clinical and educational resources
  • Support local efforts for establishment and expansion of clinical infrastructure – Increase interaction with related societies
Expand and diversify funding to support IPNA initiatives
  • Promote philanthropy, grow investments, and optimize business partnerships to support educational activities
Increase engagement of the Pediatric Nephrology Community
  • Broaden involvement and create opportunities for IPNA members and pediatric nephrologists in IPNA activities
  • Expand the IPNA community to include patients/parents

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