- NOD Announces academic partnership with F1000 Research
The editors of Nephrology On-Demand announce a creative academic partnership with F1000 Research. F1000 Research is an open access science journal for life scientists, offering limited publication delays and an innovative post-publication open peer review process. Best of all, F1000 Research subscribes to the NOD vision of free, open access medical education.
If you’d like more information about F1000 Research or its publication process, click here.
- Editors of NOD publish latest manuscript
In our continuing efforts to scientifically analyze Internet and social media use in healthcare, the editors are proud to have published Using Social Media to Create a Professional Network between Physician-trainees and the American Society of Nephrology.
The full manuscript, along with tables and figures, will be available beginning July 2013.
Tolvaptan in the Treatment of Adult Polycystic Kidney Disease: Tempo 3:4 Trial
A look at a promising drug to control cyst size, growth, and progression to ESRD in ADKPD patients.
140 Characters Can Accomplish A Lot: How Twitter and Social Media can help Internal Medicine Programs Educate, Recruit and Promote Inter-Resident Collegiality
This interactive workshop, presented by the editors of Nephrology On-Demand at the 2013 Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine (APDIM) Spring Meetings, is now available.
Getting Ready for JNC 8: Review of Antecedent Hypertension Trials
A comprehensive review of hypertensive trials leading up to the development of the JNC 8 Criteria for management of hypertension.
Tuberous Sclerosis Complex — Updates in Therapy
An evidence-based review of the use of sirolimus in the management of tuberous sclerosis complex.
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- Discussion Board Question: Amyloidosis and Proteinuria
- Discussion Board Question: Probenacid and Uric Acid Kidney Stones
- Discussion Board Question: Lead Toxicity in Chronic Kidney Disease – Therapeutic Dilemna