Attend live and virtual events that provide a platform for education and collaborative discussion about the management of kidney disease and strategies to improve kidney health. 

Any NephU member can request a presentation for their region or organization at no charge.

Featured Events

Events

Patient Empowerment Series | Empowering Patients Through Health Literacy

As part of our Patient Empowerment series, this presentation brings you concepts and resources to help improve health literacy among your patients, especially those with chronic kidney disease, as they manage the complexities of their care regimen. Health literacy is crucial for dialysis and transplant patients so they can be empowered to participate in shared decision-making. Effective communication strategies lead to better patient engagement, and engaged patients can better deal with the many challenges they face in living with kidney disease.

NANT Conference: Dialysis Tech ConneXion – 2021

Every year, National Association of Nephrology Technicians/Technologists (NANT) hosts Dialysis Tech ConneXion (DTX21). This year, DTX21 will continue to offer targeted continuing education for Clinical Nephrology Technicians (NCTs) and Biomedical Technology Technologists (NBTs), and will showcase key dialysis technology vendors and providers in a virtual exhibit hall. Between the live content and on-demand learning channels, a technician could earn more than 30 contact hours! And, best of all, you can do it from the comfort of your own home!

Addressing Healthcare Provider Burnout: A Conversation On Workplace Mental Health & Well-being

Join us for a conversation with Dr Gaurava Agarwal, Associate Professor in the Departments of Medical Education and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, and Lillian Pryor, President of the American Nephrology Nurses Association for a timely discussion on workplace mental health and well-being for healthcare workers.

Addressing Healthcare Provider Burnout: A Conversation On Workplace Mental Health & Well-being

Join us for a conversation with Dr Gaurava Agarwal, Associate Professor in the Departments of Medical Education and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, and Lillian Pryor, President of the American Nephrology Nurses Association for a timely discussion on workplace mental health and well-being for healthcare workers.

Patient Empowerment Series | Motivational Interviewing In Chronic Kidney Disease

Patient empowerment is an important concept in the care of patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). This presentation discusses the foundational aspects of motivational interviewing, basic counseling techniques, and the importance of this collaborative counseling method in this population. By communicating and empowering patients, many outcomes have been shown to improve in chronic kidney disease.

A Primer On The End-Stage Renal Diseases Treatment Choices (ETC) Model

Implementation of the End-Stage Renal Disease Treatment Choices (ETC) Model began on January 1, 2021. In this informative webinar, Mark Neumann and Amy Kozsuch discuss the details of this payment model and how it impacts providers across the End-Stage Renal Disease care spectrum.

A Primer On The End-Stage Renal Diseases Treatment Choices (ETC) Model

Implementation of the End-Stage Renal Disease Treatment Choices (ETC) Model began on January 1, 2021. In this informative webinar, Mark Neumann and Amy Kozsuch discuss the details of this payment model and how it impacts providers across the End-Stage Renal Disease care spectrum.

Racial Disparities In Access To Renal Transplantation

Significant racial disparities exist between Black and White Americans in need of kidney transplantation. This healthcare disparity is multifactorial including limited kidney donors for Black Americans, inconsistent care coordination, social determinants of health, reduced access to care, and mistrust of clinicians and the healthcare system.1 Join us for an informative panel discussion as we discuss these challenges and possible solutions to bridge these disparities.