Welcome to NephJC, the Twitter Nephrology Journal Club.
NephJC is a nephrology journal club that uses Twitter to discuss the research, guidelines, and editorials that are driving nephrology. After the chat the conversations are archived by Symplur and in Storify. You can also follow our posts on Pubmed.
Join us this week as we discuss guidelines - with a difference. Hypertension, but in children - as the AAP unveiled them recently. The entire manuscript is over 70 pages, so make sure you read this succinct summary from Cathy Quinlan.
Protocol sepsis management has had a rough few years. Another failure trial, this time from Zambia.
CKD Staging: helping or hurting patients and nephrology. Tuesday Sept 26th. #AskASN.
We will be discussing a systematic review on treatment options for uremic pruritis. Such a simple symptom can be so bothersome, and is so common. Join us as we discuss the options on Sep 27
Final version of the visual abstract for this week's #NephJC
Official #VisualAbstract for tonight's (and today's) #NephJC.
TESTING the visual abstract
A visual abstract to help understand the Avacopan ANCA study
Simulated trips to Mars allow extended and careful metabolic studies. What we are finding is rewriting the textbooks.
Visual Abstract for this weeks NephJC chat. Now updated with NNH.
The Patient Voice
Posts about NephJC
The NephJC Book Club is an annual tradition. Every summer we blog our way through a book of medical interest and have a Twitter-based book club discussion.
This was the third year. We read Vanessa Grubb's, Hundreds of Interlaced Fingers.
In 2016 we read Eric Topol's, The Patient Will See You Now
In 2015 we started the book club with Atul Gawande's, Being Mortal
The winners of the inaugural NephJC Kidneys
Thanks for voting. On friday November 18th at the #KidneyWk TweetUp we announced the winners in all 5 categories.
Rookie of the year: Silvi Shah
Most Valuable Player: Kevin Fowler
Engaged Scientist of the Year: EXTRiP
Study of the Year: AKIKI