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Virtual Education Symposium on Neonatal Nephrology - 2024

Join us on 24th October from 12.30pm to 3.15pm pacific time; 3.30pm to 6.15pm eastern time for a free, virtual symposium designed to help support neonatal and nephrology fellows and junior faculty! Educational topics include kidney development, acute kidney injury, neonatal dialysis, and neonatal conditions that affect kidney function. The symposium is open to all fellows and faculty, will be held via zoom, and will require registration by 14th October. We look forward to as many trainees and junior faculty attending as possible.

See Virtual Education Symposium Flyer.

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June Article of the Month

Check out this review of "Post-natal steroid exposure in very low birthweight neonates and associations with acute kidney injury"

For more information, read the complete summary or the article.

 

Board Nominations are now open!

The NKC is excited to announce the opening call for nominations to our Board! This is a unique opportunity for passionate and dedicated individuals to help shape the future of neonatal nephrology. We invite you to nominate outstanding colleagues from the NKC or self-nominate to join our leadership team. Board members play a crucial role in guiding our mission, advancing research, and advocating for the best outcomes in neonatal kidney care. To submit a nomination please follow the link below and fill out the form. Nominees will be reviewed by the current Board and put forth for vote by membership in July.

Submit the Board Nominations Form!

 

2024 International Neonatal Nephrology Symposium 

INNS

September 11-15, 2024
Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Hilton Birmingham Downtown at UAB

See more informtion: 
https://www.childrensal.org/2024-international-neonatal-nephrology-symposium

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Professional Development Webinar Series

Giving Campaign

The purpose of the Professional Development Subcommittee is to provide career development resources for NKC members. The subcommittee does so by planning and organizing a series of career development webinars general yet specific to Neonatology and Nephrology.

Career development webinars are intended for faculty, trainees, and other professionals involved in neonatal nephrology care and/or research. Covered in the webinars are topics such as publishing your work, funding, academic career paths, converting educational and clinical work into scholarly products, time management and mentoring, among others.

Webinars are held live via Zoom and are also available in recordings via the NKC website.

Register for the Professional Development: Funding Your Research. (June 4th, 12-1pm Eastern)

 

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