- NOD launches Kidney Konnection
Continuing the celebration of our 5th year anniversary, Nephrology On-Demand is proud to launch Kidney Konnection, a newsletter designed specifically for medical students and residents in Internal Medicine. Kidney Konnection will discuss interesting and current topics in nephrology in a sophisticated yet germane manner for students and residents.
Kidney Konnection is free for all users of the NOD Plus App (visit Education –> Special Features to access all issues).
- Nephrology On-Demand Plus: Now available on the App Store
Continuing our 5th anniversary celebration, NOD is proud to launch Nephrology On-Demand Plus, our full-featured iOS 7 app for the iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad Mini, and iPad.
Available as a free download, Nephrology On-Demand Plus is intended to integrate kidney education, training, and recruitment.
Explore Nephrology On-Demand Plus today: link to the App Store
- NOD revitalizes academic partnership with F1000 Research
To celebrate our 5th year anniversary, NOD has revitalized its academic partnership with F1000 Research. Young investigators, registered with NOD, will continue to receive 50% off all article processing charges for submissions (including retrospective and original investigations, large or small). Take advantage of NOD Peer Reviews and 50% off APCs with an increasingly visible open access biomedical journal.
If you are already a registered NOD user, stay tuned for emails providing the discount code.
If you’d like to become a registered NOD user, click here.
The Fundamentals of Diuretics
A classic review of the fundamental mechanisms of action of diuretics.
Genetic Disorders and Kidney Disease
A detailed review of common genetic disorders and their nephrologic (renal) manifestations.
Kidney Konnection Issue Two
The second issue is now available
- None for this issue.