2020 Summer Virtual Sessions

ASPN is excited to offer a portion of the content from the 2020 PAS Meeting in a virtual four session series in July combining pre-recorded talks and a live question and answer section.

CME and MOC credit will be available for ASPN members.

Please note that registration for each session is separate: registration links are member-restricted and are listed below. Log in to view the registration links.


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ASPN Summer Webinar Series #1 – July 10, 2020 – 2-4pm Eastern
Urine the Know – Advocacy: Past, Present and Future Perspectives
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ASPN Summer Webinar Series #2 – July 17, 2020 – 2-4pm Eastern
Using TOD2AY to Improve Tomorrow’s Renal Outcomes in Childhood Diabetes
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ASPN Summer Webinar Series #3 – July 24, 2020 – 2-4pm Eastern
Is it Something I Ate? Exploring the Relationship Between Gastrointestinal and Kidney Health
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ASPN Summer Webinar Series #4 – July 31, 2020 – 2-4pm Eastern
Are the Kids Really Alright? A Life-Course Evaluation of the Long-Term Kidney Effects of Childhood-Onset Diseases
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ASPN Summer Webinar Series #1 - Urine the Know Session Details

ASPN Summer Webinar Series #1 - July 10, 2020 - 2-4pm Eastern
Urine in the Know - Advocacy: Past, Present and Future Perspectives

Brief Description of Overall Session:   The “Urine the Know” workshop has become a popular staple of the ASPN Program to promote recent research highlights from early career investigators and feature lectures from established faculty. This year’s session will dedicate the first hour to celebrate cutting-edge research published over the past year by junior faculty and trainees. In the second hour, we will focus on ASPN advocacy, celebrating 10 years of JELF scholars. This will focus on the history, current status, and future directions of advocacy in pediatric renal disease. Following the lectures, we will end with a Q&A of current and past JELF scholars.

  1. Highlight recently published, cutting-edge research from junior faculty and trainees.
  2. Review the history ASPN advocacy.
  3. Explore the current issues in advocating for pediatric nephrology patients.
  4. Discuss the future directions of advocacy in pediatric renal disease.

Moderators:

Kimberly Reidy, MD
Children's Hospital at Montefiore
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Michelle Starr, MD
Riley Hospital for Children
Indiana University

Speakers:

  1. Best articles of 2019
    1. Modi ZJ et al. Risk of Cardiovascular Disease and Mortality in Young Adults with End-Stage Renal Disease: An Analysis of theUS Renal Data System. JAMA Cardiology
      Zubin Modi, MD
      University of Michigan Health Systems
    2. Mann, N. et al. Whole-Exome Sequencing Enables a Precision Medicine Approach for Kidney Transplant Recipients. JASN.
      Nina Mann, MD
      Children's Hospital Boston - Harvard Medical School
    3. Kizilbash SJ, et al. Kidney transplant outcomes associated with the use of increased risk donors in children. American Journal of Transplantation
      Sarah Kizilbash, MD
      Department of Pediatrics, Division of Nephrology
      University of Minnesota
    4. Menon S, et al. Kidney Support in Children using an Ultrafiltration Device: A Multicenter, Retrospective Study. CJASN.
      Shina Menon, MD
      Pediatric Nephrology
      Seattle Children's Hospital
  2. A historical perspective of ASPN advocacy and development of the JELF scholarship program
    David Hains, MD
    Riley Hospital for Children
  3. Clear and present danger: what are the advocacy issues that pediatric nephrologist face today?
    Veronique Phan, MD, MSc
    CHU Ste-Justine
  4. Shaping the future: opportunities for advocacy in pediatric nephrology
    Kiri Bagley
    University of NC at Chapel Hill
  5. Q&A of current and past JELF scholars 
    1. Patty Seo-Mayer, MD, FAAP, FASN
      Pediatric Specialists of Virginia and Inova Children’s Hospital
    2. Kimberly Reidy, MD
      Children's Hospital at Montefiore
      Albert Einstein College of Medicine
    3. David Hains, MD
      Riley Hospital for Children
    4. Kiri Bagley, MD
      University of North Carolina
    5. Michelle Starr, MD
      Riley Hospital for Children
      Indiana University