Results are out: call for applications for Indukaka Ipcowala Advanced Apprenticeship Programiclaron
The ISN-ANIO India Committee is happy to announce the names of those who have won entry to the Indukaka Ipcowala Advanced Apprenticeship Program. This apprenticeship gives physicians or allied healthcare personnel the chance to gain practical experience and specific skills in renal pathology, transplantation, chronic kidney disease, acute kidney injury or dialysis.
The following applicants have been awarded entry into the program:
- Anutha Mary Augustin
- Sonia Mehrotra
- Monica Jain
- P. Mathur
- Priyanka Koshy
The ISN-ANIO India Committee has also established a Clinical Nephropathology Certificate program. Now in its second year, this blended learning program uses online lectures to provide training on the principles and practice of nephropathology. Following success in 2013, when the training was provided to nephrologists and pathologists from India, this year 130 individuals have been selected from all around the world, giving priority to those from low- and middle-income countries. The 2015 program will be announced in the last quarter of 2014.
The ISN-ANIO India Committee builds on the expertise of ISN to bridge gaps in healthcare provision for kidney disease across India. The Committee represents a partnership between ISN, American Nephrologists of Indian Origin (ANIO), other nephrologists of the Indian diaspora, and nephrologists in India. It develops innovative, transformative projects with the aim of sustainable capacity building to improve kidney health care in India while raising the funds to support these projects.
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