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Registration today for Kidney Week 2014, the world's premier nephrology meeting. Join ASN and more than 13,000 other kidney professionals from across the globe at Kidney Week 2014 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Attend the ASN Career Fair at this year’s Kidney Week to connect with top employers looking to hire ASN members and Kidney Week participants. Meet face-to-face with employers to discuss career opportunities in their organizations. Register online to schedule interviews in advance.
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Board Review Course & Update 2014 Online is now available in the ASN Learning Center. Featuring over 60 hours of content from the live course held in August, this distance learning product is a great way to prepare for the upcoming boards.
Join ASN and more than 13,000 other kidney professionals from across the globe in Philadelphia, PA for Kidney Week 2014, the world's premier nephrology meeting.
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ASN will be holding a career fair at Kidney Week 2014, which will provide an opportunity for meeting participants and top employers to discuss career opportunities.
Continue to help lead the fight against kidney disease and enjoy the many benefits available to members by renewing your membership online for 2014 today.
The new NephSAP format focuses on easier access, personalization options, and integration features, and represents the next step in nephrology distance learning.
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