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In Case You Missed It: Top 20 Ways ASN is Increasing Interest in Nephrology Careers

March is National Kidney Month and to celebrate, Kidney News Online and In The Loop are highlighting the top 20 ways the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and the ASN Foundation for Kidney Research are increasing interest in nephrology careers.

Together, ASN and the ASN Foundation for Kidney Research:

Patrick Pun, MD, MHS, speaks about recent JASN study on CPR and sudden cardiac arrest for hemodialysis patients

A recent JASN study was published in the March 2019 issue of Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (JASN) entitled, “Outcomes for Hemodialysis Patients Given Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Cardiac Arrest at Outpatient Dialysis Clinics”.

Please access the abstract and full report on the JASN website.

CEBM: What if the sensitivity or specificity is also not reported in for data extraction in meta-analysis

An article from the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) was recently published entitled: “Tip for data extraction in meta-analysis – What if the sensitivity or specificity is also not reported”.

Author Kathy Taylor explains “how to deal with the less common case when a sensitivity or specificity is not reported” during data extraction for diagnostic accuracy studies.

IDs of March: Support students, fellows, educators, and investigators with the ASN Foundation

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The ASN Foundation for Kidney Research (ASN Foundation) is introducing a campaign that asks supporters to celebrate their pasts while directly supporting students, fellows, educators, and early-career investigators who are changing the future of kidney care.

ASN’s In The Loop Celebrates National Kidney Month in March

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In The Loop (ITL), the American Society of Nephrology’s daily e-news briefing for members that highlights exciting announcements and current research in the world of nephrology, will focus on nephrology careers throughout the month of March, which is also National Kidney Month.

ASN and NIDDK initiatives to foster kidney research and investigators

Several initiatives have been implemented by NIDDK and ASN in order to foster kidney research and encourage research investigators as the NIH Division of Kidney, Urologic, & Hematologic Diseases (KUH) saw a 2% decrease in funding from the 2019 NIH budget.

This article includes a list of initiatives taken from an upcoming article in Kidney News March issue.

Due March 11: Nephrology Fellowship Opportunities for International Research Scholars Form

We need your assistance.

If you have an international research scholar opportunity and would like to have it posted on the ASN website, please complete the Nephrology Fellowship Opportunities for Research Scholars Form no later than Monday, March 11.

CNBC Report: New FDA-cleared, kidney disease early detection smartphone app

Outlined in a recent report from CNBC by Lori Ioannous (@Loriloannou1), chronic kidney disease is a “modern-day plague in the United States, driven in large part by the nation’s obesity epidemic”. 30 million Americans, or 1 in 9 adults, have chronic kidney disease, with diabetes and hypertension being major causes. “More than 510,000 kidney patients are now on dialysis, and over 100,000 are on the kidney transplant list”.

Failure is a stepping stone to success in scientific publishing

Jente Ottenburghs, a postdoc at Uppsala University in Sweden, recently wrote up a piece outlining the rejections from multiple journals it took until he was able to be published. Though he focuses on ornithology, his experience is similar to that shared by many authors submitting manuscripts to publications.

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