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Nephkids 2020

  Dear Colleagues, We invite you to attend our annual Pediatric Nephrology CME “NEPHKIDS 2020”. This year it has been planned as a Live Webinar on “Case Based Solutions for Electrolyte Disorders” on November 19, 20, 26 & 27 between 7-9 pm IST. The key...

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2nd Joint ISN-IPNA Webinar on CAKUT

We would like to invite you to the 2nd joint ISN-IPNA Webinar on CAKUT: Consequences throughout the affected child´s life" When: October 28 at 3pm CET Speakers: Indra Gupta, Alberto Ortiz Moderator: Arpana Iyengar Register here

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2020 IPNA Call for Nominations: President and Treasurer

2020 IPNA Call for Nominations: President and Treasurer

2020 IPNA CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: PRESIDENT AND TREASURER The International Pediatric Nephrology Association (IPNA) is seeking nominations for the following key leadership positions (terms are in parentheses): President-Elect (2022 - 2025) Treasurer (2022 – 2025)...

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Survey: Pediatric Nephrology  in Low-Resource Countries

Survey: Pediatric Nephrology in Low-Resource Countries

Dear Colleagues: We recently performed a survey amongst all IPNA members working in under-resourced regions, to assess the limitations and needs in these areas, with respect to providing optimal pediatric nephrology services and to consider ways in which IPNA can...

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Our hearts stand with children and families in Lebanon

Dear IPNA Members, We are deeply shocked and saddened by the devastating occurrences in Beirut harbour. Our hearts are with children and families who have been impacted, especially those who lost their loved ones. We wish a speedy recovery to the injured. “Optimal...

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Invitation to 1st ISN-IPNA Webinar

Invitation to 1st ISN-IPNA Webinar

    Dear IPNA Colleagues, It is our pleasure to invite you to the first joint ISN-IPNA Webinar. Given the current situation we have decided to start with the topic of COVID-19 and its impact on both children and adults with kidney disease, presented by...

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Our Heartfelt Condolences

Laurence Adonis-Koffy died together with her husband and younger son on May 23rd, while they were jogging in Cocody (suburb of Abidjan, Ivory Coast). The driver was a young drunk man without a license. Laurence Adonis-Koffy died together with her husband and younger...

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