Great care for little kidneys. Everywhere.

Additional Educational Resources

Partner organizations produce high value educational material and help achieve IPNA’s mission of improving care for children with kidney disease.

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ISN resources

ISN Academy

ISN Academy is the official eLearning portal of the ISN. Users can access more than 8,000 educational and interactive resources by topic, speaker, event, and content type, including video presentations, cases, articles, webinars, guidelines and more.

Through the extended collaboration with IPNA, the ISN opens its Academy portal to all IPNA members to access the educational resources with selected content in 7 languages.

Please see Your memberhsip dashboard page for more information on how to access the ISN Academy:

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The SCOPE QI videos

The Standardizing Care to Improve Outcomes in Pediatric End stage Kidney Disease (SCOPE) collaborative prevents infections in children and adolescents on peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis using large-scale collaboration to identify and spread effective interventions across pediatric care settings. Video tutorials addressing these goals are available on the SCOPE website.

Videos from the 3rd International Symposium on AKI in Children held in 2018 in Cincinnati

The 3rd International Symposium on AKI in Children was organized by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Oct 12 – 14, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio. This conference provided a comprehensive course reviewing state of the art treatment in pediatric and neonatal acute kidney injury including AKI epidemiology and treatment as well as the other organ dysfunctions associated with AKI.

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HUS: Prevention of Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS) and other food – transmitted diseases (FTD)

A community education based manual for pediatricians and all health personnel in contact with children under six (kindergartens, sport clubs, public swimming pools, fast food restaurants, butchers, etc.) containing knowledges and guidelines for preventing food – transmitted diseases, including Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome.

This Manual is written in Spanish, but is currently in the process of being translated into English.

Prevención del Síndrome Urémico Hemolítico (SUH) y otras enfermedades transmitidas por alimentos. Programa Basado en Educación Comunitaria.

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About the Listerve

The following are Listerve resources that allow you to post questions to an international community of kidney health practitioners, including physicians, nurses, dieticians and social workers.

Listerves publish email conversations to your emailbox, and allow individuals to respond without being present in the conversation simultaneously.

Conversations on the listerv are public and broadcast to all subscribers. These systems are particularly helpful when two people are conversing across distant time zones. Patient information with specific names or other identifying information are not allowed. All listserves have a respectful conduct policy, and failing to uphold the policy will have your access revoked.

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Discussion groups with an asterisk (*) beside their name exist in digest format as well.  The content of each digest is the same as the corresponding group but arrives as one message a day.

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Discussions of individual clinical nephrology cases

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General nephrology, all subjects including renal pathology and transplantation

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Nephrology basic science discussion

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Discussion of humanitarian projects and ISN Sister Centres Program

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Discussion of renal disease in indigenous peoples

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A stripped down version of NEPHROL-DIGEST with all repetition and North American specific content removed, designed for subscribers in developing countries

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Discussions of individual renal biopsy cases

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Spanish – English discussion of nephrology subjects

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History of renal medicine, ISN Video Legacy Project interview transcripts

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International list for individuals interested in the practice of anatomic pathology and laboratory medicine

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Peritoneal dialysis

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Pediatric nephrology (for renal healthcare professionals)

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Pediatric CRRT PEDCRRT Professional discussion about continuous renal replacement therapy email

(In the body type: subscribe PEDCRRT) and your identification in the body of the message (name, address, email address, telephone number & institution).

E-mail list for nephrology professionals – nurses, technicians, dieticians, social workers, administrators, physicians, engineers, etc.

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A listserv primarily for those in renal nutrition.
An unmoderated on-line discussion group for those with an interest in renal pediatric nutrition and related issues.

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