FOAMed

NephJC is an online Twitter based journal club. NephJC regularly has nephrologists, residents, fellows, cardiologists, internists, urologists, radiologists, pharmacologists, and patients contribute to the discussion. NephJC has a static webpage, a newsletter, a Twitter feed, and a Facebook page.

 

Neph Sim is a mobile-friendly teaching tool website designed for anyone who wants to learn or teach nephrology! It can be used to learn or teach how to establish a differential diagnosis, understand pathophysiology, and review urinalysis, ultrasound, kidney pathology, vascular access, kidney transplantation, acid-base physiology, electrolyte disturbances, and more.

 

 

GlomCon is a new project with the goal to create enabling platforms for clinicians and scientists to exchange ideas, participate in online conferences, and collaborate on basic science and clinical research projects.

 

 

 

Landmark Nephrology is a website covering important landmark articles in the field of nephrology.

 

 

 

Ukidney is a nice repository of landmark articles and reviews in the field of nephrology at UKidney. Visual Abstracts are also included.

 

 

WashU Nephrology Web Episodes are monthly videos produced by Tim Yau. They cover a wide variety of topics including pathology, history, short takes on physiology.

 

Nephron Power is an academic blog created by Dr. Kenar Jhaveri. Covers a wide range of nephrology-related topics.

 

AJKD Blog is the official blog of the American Journal of Kidney Diseases and hosts a wide variety of educational material including the yearly NephMadness.

 

RFN is a founding member of the Nephrology Social Media Collective (NSMC). The NSMC is a consortium of  several websites and individuals dedicated to providing FOAMed.  The NSMC also features a year long internship designed to give interested individuals the skills and tools to create online content.

 

 

An updated list of US-based nephrology fellowship programs, divisions is available here. Stay on top of updates for all of the nephrology programs around the country.

 

 

John Roberts, Assistant Professor at Duke University has a nice collection of pencasts covering various topics in nephrology.