28 June 2012
Dear ISN Affiliated Societies,
ISN is proud to announce the release of our new initiative : ISN Education. Since last year the ISN Education Committee has been developing a comprehensive collection of educational resources for the ISN website. Have a look at the initial offering:
You have probably received the first “Education Flash” that we have sent out recently and that will be sent out on a monthly basis featuring the latest resources and new features: http://p0.vresp.com/dXHo2C
Indeed, in the course of the coming months, various features and resources will be added, including a comprehensive collection of pathology images, and videos of nephrological interventions. And all of the existing features will be expanded progressively.
We would like to give you the opportunity to engage in this important initiative. Here are some suggestions:
- We would be very appreciative if you could advertise ISN Education to your members via your own communication channels.
- We would value the addition of new pieces of content in your country’s language: translation of existing content or submission of high value educational content in your native language would be much appreciated.
ISN Education is and should always be a “work in progress”. Your feedback about ways to improve the website is crucial to its success. I encourage you to contact us with suggestions and comments and perhaps new ideas on how your organization could contribute to ISN Education. You can do this by contacting our Education Project Manager Ariane Brusselmans: email@example.com
We sincerely hope that this will be of great value to you and your members and that it provides not only an excellent resource for your professional growth, but also an effective channel to access experts and exchange your experiences with fellow nephrologists.
ISN GO Fellowship Program Chair