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

Debunking 5 Common Myths Around Peritoneal Dialysis

Join us for this informative webinar as renowned home dialysis experts Dr Ankur Shah and Dr Natasha Dave review and counter common perceived barriers to utilizing peritoneal dialysis in various populations.

Debunking 5 Common Myths Around Peritoneal Dialysis

Join us for this informative webinar as renowned home dialysis experts Dr Ankur Shah and Dr Natasha Dave review and counter common perceived barriers to utilizing peritoneal dialysis in various populations.

Hyponatremia: Association With Falls & Fractures

Join us for this webinar featuring Dr Joseph Verbalis, MD, Division Chief, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Director, Georgetown University Medical Center as we discuss the association between hyponatremia and falls and fractures.

Hyponatremia: Association With Falls & Fractures

Join us for this webinar featuring Dr Joseph Verbalis, MD, Division Chief, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Director, Georgetown University Medical Center as we discuss the association between hyponatremia and falls and fractures.

The Utility Of Clinical Genomics In Kidney Disease: International Perspectives

Join us for this informative international webinar where Professor Andrew Mallett, nephrologist and clinical researcher (Australia), and Dr Hila Rasouly, research scientist and genetic counselor (USA), discuss clinical genomics and its applications in kidney disease, including genetic testing for diagnosis and prognosis and the question of determining which patients to test, barriers to access, global differences across healthcare landscapes, and implications for the patient.

The Utility Of Clinical Genomics In Kidney Disease: International Perspectives

Join us for this informative international webinar where Professor Andrew Mallett, nephrologist and clinical researcher (Australia), and Dr Hila Rasouly, research scientist and genetic counselor (USA), discuss clinical genomics and its applications in kidney disease, including genetic testing for diagnosis and prognosis and the question of determining which patients to test, barriers to access, global differences across healthcare landscapes, and implications for the patient.