- NOD announces integration with the East Carolina University Nephrology Fellowship Program
Continuing our 5th anniversary celebration, NOD is proud to announce an fully-integrated partnership with the ECU Nephrology Fellowship program.
In the coming months, NOD content will be merged with the teaching initiatives of the ECU Nephrology Fellowship program to produce a unified complementary and integrated teaching instrument. Stay tuned for detailed information as we begin this exciting educational merger.
- NOD launches the East Carolina University Internal Medicine iOS App
Our 5th year anniversary continues with another new feature, the ECU IM Residency iOS App. The app integrates online education with logistical information. The app brings resident education to the point-of-care.
Version 1.0 is available for all residents for free. [click here]
- 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.
Annual International Pediatric Nephrology Fellows Conference
Blog from the 6th Annual International Pediatric Nephrology Fellows Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada
Angiotensin II blockade and soluble klotho
A review of a small clinical trial looking at the effect of an ARB on klotho levels.
Amyloidosis and the Kidney
A review of the latest in diagnosis and treatment of primary renal amyloidosis.
Renal Denervation in Resistant Hypertension: SYMPLICITY-1 and -2 Trials
A review of the first 2 clinical trials involving renal denervation in resistant hypertensive patients.
None for this issue
- New Question on Discussion Board: Use of Chitosan to control serum phosphorous in dialysis patients
See more questions on the Discussion Board [click here]
- Internal Medicine Grand Rounds: Inpatient Management of Patients with Diabetes and Hyperglycemia: 2014
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See more Internal Medicine Grand Rounds [click here]