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Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Educational Resources from the American Society of Nephrology
uKidney.com, @UKidney: The world's leading Nephrology community. Founded by Dr. Jordan Weinstein, St. Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto, Canada.
IPNA Journal club -(#IPNAJJC): The international Twitter journal club for pediatric nephrologists.
#ASNCommunities: The Twitter feed for teh ASN - sometimes has educational content, or postings for ASN business.
@GlomCon: The GlomCon project is resource for kidney community to exchange ideas, participate in online conferences, and collaborate on project. Run by Dr. Poyan Mehr
#NephPearls: So much knowledge, so little time - a collaboration of useful renal information
#AskRenal: Got a renal question? Ask your renal question on Twitter and add the #askrenal hashtag. Answers appear. Magically.
#NephMadness: What happens when nephrologists go head to head in a kidney topic faceoff? Nephmaddness of course! Starts every March, just like it was basketball, but only kidneys. There is swag to be won, and bragging rights too.
@AJKDonline: Cool stuff from the Americal Journal of Kidey Disease  
Precious Body Fluids: Musings of a salt whisperer. A blog run by Dr. Joel Topf, F+E guru from the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
Nephronpower: Nephron Power is an academic blog that focuses on one main objective- Nephrology Education. Run by Dr. Kenar D. Jhaveri.
NephJC: The Twitter journal club for nephrologists (monthly)
IPNA library of pediatric articles from the Journal of Pediatric Nephrology (requires membership, attainable with ASPN membership)
The ISN Academy: Lectures videocaptured from courses and meetings around the world on nephrology topics (paediatric and adult). Also available as an app for iPhone and Android.
 
Advocacy workshop (Baltimore May 2016)
 
Resources for Job Search Workshop (Parekh 2014)
 
Resources fro Competency by Design in Canadian Medical Education
Introduction to competency-based medical education (CBME) and Competence by Design (CBD) Video (7:33)
Understanding Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs): Video (5:11)
CBD Cheat Sheet – brief summary of all key CBD concepts
EPA Fast Facts – provides a brief overview of EPAs and how will be used within CBD
Answering your CBD Questions: Part 1 - The Rationale
Answering your CBD Questions: Part 2 – CBD Implementation
Answering your CBD Questions: Part 3 – Glossary of CBD and CBME Terms
 

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