In Person KIDNEYcon 2023: 1 Full day of Critical Care Nephrology plus 2 Days of Workshops

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KIDNEYcon 2023 is back in person in 2023 in Little Rock, Arkansas, Thursday April 20th to Saturday April 22, 2023. This is a must attend for all nephrology fellows, and attendings. This years conference will be focusing on hands-on learning experiences to not only boost your knowledge, but your skills as well. After you attending KIDNEYcon you will be ready to take your career to the next level. Day 1, features a CRRT/Critical Care symposium and the next 2 days will be focused on hands on workshop ranging from Pathology to Home Dialysis, to POCUS. Registration begins early 2023.

Workshops:

  1. Kidney Pathology
  2. Home Dialysis
  3. Urine Microscopy
  4. Point-of-Care Ultrasound
  5. Professional Development
  6. Single Cell RNA Sequencing
  7. CRRT/Critical Care
  8. Evidence-Based Nephrology

Thursday, April 20

CRRT/Critical Care Symposium

Friday, April 21

Workshops

Keynote Address/Dinner/JEOPARDY!

Saturday, April 22

Workshops

Martinis, Meatballs & Mentoring Party

We look forward to seeing you at Virtual KIDNEYcon 2022. We have a great program that is sure to be exciting. See you online.

Director: John Arthur, MD, PhD
Professor and Chief of Nephrology
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Co-Director: Shree Sharma, MD
Nephropathologist
Arkana Laboratories, Little Rock, AR

Education Director: Matthew A. Sparks, MD
Associate Professor and Program Director
Duke University
Durham, NC

Director of Mentoring and Trainee Engagement: Samira Farouk, MD, MS
Associate Professor and Associate Program Director
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
New York, NY

COI-: Matt Sparks, Samira Farouk are on the executive leadership team for the Nephrology Social Media Collective (NSMC). Matt Sparks is a board member of NephJC/NSMC. These are all voluntary positions.

2 comments

  1. Is it in person only? No virtual attendance?
    Thanks

  2. Hi everyone
    How to revisions what is the workshop fee?

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