Nephron Power is an academic blog that focuses on one main objective- Nephrology Education.
It showcases several features:- In the news( new articles and interesting renal data)
Consult rounds( interesting hypothetical cases for discussion), topic discussions( a topic review but short 200-300 words for practical purposes), concept maps( novel teaching tool), clinical quizzes( for board review type purposes) and announcements of conferences and new blog and teaching sites.

Contributors are welcomed.

Please provide feedback or address questions to:

Dr. Kenar D. Jhaveri
Division of Kidney Diseases and Hypertension
Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell (or @Hofstrakidney)
100 Community Drive
Great Neck, NY
516 465 8200
email: longislandnephron@gmail.com

Nephronpower is strictly an educational website. This is not medical advice. All opinions expressed on the website are those of the respective authors and not of their employer. If you are a patient, please see your doctor for evaluation. The appearance of external hyperlinks to other websites does not constitute endorsement. We do not verify, endorse or take responsibility for the accuracy, currency, completeness or quality of the content contained in these sites. There is no real life patient data on this website.  No funding has been provided for this website and no organization is sponsoring this website. Do not post any commercial/advertising comment. Posts will be deleted if commercial or advertising comments are made. As a moderator, I reserve the right to erase, without notification, any comment they would judge inappropriate.

1 comment:

  1. Hello I am seeking opportunities to train 2 medical doctors from Suriname in Nephrology. We have an increasing number of diabetes patients, renal complications etc. and desperately need the expertise. Also we are interested in online courses and would like to hear what you have to offer here in the US.

    Dr. Ludmilla Wikkeling-Scott


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