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Matthew Wysocki, Natalie McCall, and Anna Burgner

Popularized by cutting-edge research, on the wards, and even on social media, point-of-care ultrasound, or “POCUS,” has the potential to change the way we practice medicine. Widely implemented in numerous clinical settings, current ultrasound devices are made to be compact and affordable, and an argument could be made that POCUS should be incorporated into the routine physical exam. Although many specialties of medicine have adopted this tool for everyday practice, it remains absent, underused, or undertaught in many nephrology training programs and practices. In addition, per the 2017 ASN workforce fellow data, 44% of respondents felt their programs lacked ultrasound

Joel Topf, Anna Burgner, Timothy Yau, Pascale Khairallah, Samira S. Farouk, and Matthew A. Sparks

The 9th annual NephMadness is a social media and medical education campaign focused on all things kidney. You can participate in NephMadness during the entire month of March, National Kidney Month. NephMadness adopts the single elimination brackets that are a hallmark of the popular March Madness (the college basketball tournament held yearly in the United States), but with a nephrology twist. Instead of basketball teams, the bracket is populated with 32 nephrology concepts from eight different regions. This year’s regions are: Liquid Biopsy, the return of Animal House, COVID-19, ICU Nephrology, Workforce, Anemia, Primary Care, and Artificial Kidney. Each region