The ASN is stimulating innovation in nephrology by sponsoring a contest. In 2016 there were 3 winners:
- OPEN Pediatrics Hemodialysis Simulator
- Hyponatremia Illustrated Interactive Powerpoint
- Renal Pathology Web Episodes
On Tuesday June 27 at 9pm EDT we will be discussing them as part of an #AskASN chat.
It should be great, we will have all three winners participating in the chat:
Deborah Stein (@DeborahRStein) led the team that did the hemodialysis simulator.
Tamim Hamdi from the hyponatremia simulator team (@tamim_hamdi).
NSMC faculty member and AJKD social media editor Timothy Yau (@Maximal_Change) of the Washington University Renal Pathology Web Episodes.
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Storify, analytics and archives of a great chat.
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Using powerpoint not to teach about hyponatremia, but as a platform for an interactive hyponatremia simulator. Cool.
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Dr. Reisinger goes off on the state of nephrology fellow education and the state is strong!
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