KDIGO and the International Society of Nephrology will present a June 22, 2020 webinar on KDIGO Diabetes Guideline: Looking at the Latest Evidence and Beyond. The webinar will include segments on Living with Diabetes and CKD, Management of Diabetes in CKD, and Management of CKD in Diabetes. For more information and registration, see https://kdigo.org/register-today-for-the-kdigo-diabetes-guideline-webinar/.
KDIGO has released a series of recorded webinars and other presentations from their collaboration with the International Society of Nephrology, including videos of:
- Update on CKD Mineral Bone Disorder KDIGO Guidelines 2017
- Diagnosis and Management of Atrial Fibrillation and Heart Failure in Patients with CKD
- The Kidney and HIV: Implications for Treatment and Prevention
- Hepatitis C Guideline Update
- Dialysis Initiation, Modality Choice, & Prescription
- Coronary Artery & Valvular Diseases
- Blood Pressure in CKD
- Glomerular Disease
- AKI in 2019: What Has Changed since the KDIGO Guidelines in 2012?
- Blood Pressure and Volume Management in Dialysis
- Potassium Controversies
- Kidney Problems in Oncology
- Clinical Practice Guideline on the Management of Blood Pressure in CKD
- Kidney Transplantation and Cardiac Disease
- Clinical Practice Guideline: Diabetes Management in CKD
They plan to add at least four more this year. Find them all on the KDIGO-ISN YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm7zHM_wBaPbQxRDJwyvqMg/videos.
KDIGO seeks volunteers and nominations for membership in their new Methods Comittee, which will be a small group providing oversight and guidance to future guideline work groups and evidence review teams. It will also help to codify KDIGO’s processes in a Methods Manual. It will report to the Executive Committee through its chair, who holds an ex officio Executive Committee seat. Qualified candidates should have experience with guideline methodology, the GRADE System, and the appraisal and rating of evidence in guidelines. The focus will be on scientific rigor and the needs of clinicians caring for kidney patients around the world. The Committee will meet once each year and have conference calls to conduct its work. If you’re interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org by May 1, 2019. KDIGO will choose five to seven experts who will be invited to join its Methods Committee. For details see https://kdigo.org/call-for-methods-committee-nominations/.
Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) has released a draft of their new Transplant Candidate Guidelines for public comment until November 26, 2018. They will publish a final version after they have reviewed the comments. See https://kdigo.org/guidelines/transplant-candidate/ for details.