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Program Overview
Learning Objectives
Target Audience

Nephrology Today e-Learning Program: 

 

Activity overview/background

This e-learning program gives an introduction to the basics of nephrology observed today. The program covers tools and concepts of renal screening, patient care and introduces basic aspects of kidney disease treatment. This learning program involves powerpoint presentations, videos, lab slides, case studies and interactive quizzes to ensure the learner fully integrates the main concepts of the program. 

 

Estimated time to complete activity 

5 hours (6 modules of approximately 30 minutes each, and one module of 2 hours (Atlas on Urine Microscopy).

 

Target Audience 

The primary intended audiences for this learning program are physicians, medical students, residents, nurses, clinical officers.     

Learning Objectives 

1. Understand how nephrologists screen and detect kidney diseases

2. Understand how to develop a prognosis and care plan around the renal patient

3. Understand the treatment options for kidney disease patients, how to interpret guidelines and how to prevent progression of disease

 

Disclosures

None

Components of the activity and Method of Participation

The accredited activity contains the following modules to be completed:
- Powerpoint presentations

- Video Presentations

- Case studies
- Post quizzes

- Post-test
 
If you choose to complete this session in accredited mode, you will be prompted to complete all the components of the module before completing a final post-test. You can complete each component in several sittings.


You must obtain a minimum score of 70% in the post-test in order to complete the activity and claim a certificate of completion.

 

Any inquiries, contact education@theisn.org.

 

1. Understand how nephrologists screen and detect kidney diseases

2. Understand how to develop a prognosis and care plan around the renal patient

3. Understand the treatment options for kidney disease patients, how to interpret guidelines and how to prevent progression of disease

The primary intended audiences for this learning program are physicians, medical students, residents, nurses, clinical officers.

Renal Screening: Part 1 | Proteinuria: classification, detection as a risk factor treatment
Renal Screening: Part 1 | Estimated vs Measured GFR for Disease Progression
Renal Screening: Part 1 (optional reading) | Renal Stress testing in the assessment of kidney disease
Renal Screening: Part 2 | Atlas on Urine Microscopy
Patient Care | Supportive care for the renal patient: Prognosis and care plan
Treatment | Getting the right patient on the right treatment
Treatment | Clinical application of KDIGO guidelines
Treatment | What have we learned on prevention of progression?
Assessment & Certificate
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