Emerging leaders program

Calling early-career professionals in integrated kidney care.
Acquire and develop the skills and knowledge to become the leaders of tomorrow.

As part of its vision to work toward equitable access to kidney health globally, the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) is proud to launch the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP).

ISN-ELP is designed to provide selected early-career professionals in integrated kidney care the opportunity to partake in ISN’s global programs and work with international experts in the field to gain invaluable experience toward leadership in implementation science and research, health policy research, and health systems development and management.

With the aim of building a global talent pool of future leaders, the ELP welcomes ISN members interested in shaping the direction of kidney health through professional development and improved understanding of health policy and implementation to ensure health promotion and access to prevention, control and management of kidney diseases.

supported by an unrestricted educational grant by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly Alliance.  

Emerging leaders program

Calling early-career professionals in integrated kidney care.
Acquire and develop the skills and knowledge to become the leaders of tomorrow.

As part of its vision to work toward equitable access to kidney health globally, the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) is proud to launch the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP).

ISN-ELP is designed to provide selected early-career professionals in integrated kidney care the opportunity to partake in ISN’s global programs and work with international experts in the field to gain invaluable experience toward leadership in implementation science and research, health policy research, and health systems development and management.

With the aim of building a global talent pool of future leaders, the ELP welcomes ISN members interested in shaping the direction of kidney health through professional development and improved understanding of health policy and implementation to ensure health promotion and access to prevention, control and management of kidney diseases.

supported by an unrestricted educational grant by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly Alliance.  

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To participants, the ELP offers

  1. a global network that positively impacts the kidney health agenda around the world through collaboration and multidisciplinary research;
  2. innovative ways to let their voices be heard for change at the local and international level, and
  3. access to continuous professional development to take on leadership roles locally and globally

Opportunity

The Program will provide participants worldwide with the opportunity to work closely with international experts in order to develop leadership and advanced capabilities in:

  • implementation science and research;
  • developing and implementing evidence-informed policy;
  • evaluation, development and management of health systems;
  • principles of entrepreneurship, advocacy and communications;
  • influencing stakeholders including policymakers, funders, implementers and media.

Eligibility criteria include:

  • Early career academic (MD and/or PhD) as defined by being at the Fellow/Instructor/Assistant Professor level or equivalent for other countries
  • Non-academics at comparable career levels who are interested in improving the global kidney health agenda
  • Talented and motivated early-career professional (less than 10 years out of residency or training)
  • Be able to demonstrate commitment to the improvement of global kidney health using a collaborative approach.
  • ISN member 

Applications: May 4 – June 15 2020

Watch the Webinar

Meet the ELP Steering Committee and Learn more about the program including scope, opportunities, eligibility criteria, applications, and program timeline: https://youtu.be/jpTGTlhpGhA

For more information: Download ELP brochure

 Apply here

 

Steering Committee

Vivekanand Jha
(India), Chair

ISN President

Agnes Fogo
(USA)

ISN President Elect

Rumeyza Kazancioglu
(Turkey)

ISN Council

Adrian Liew
(Singapore)

ISN Executive Committee and Council

Saraladevi Naicker
(South Africa)

ISN Executive Committee

Walter Douthat
(Argentina)

ISN Council

Rolando Claure-Del Granado
(Bolivia)

Young Nephrologists Committee

Mirna Alečković–Halilović
(Bosnia & Herzegovina)

Young Nephrologists Committee

Gavin Dreyer
(United Kingdom)

Young Nephrologists Committee

Partners

Program Supporters

supported by an unrestricted educational grant by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly Alliance.

Invitation to Partner

ISN invites organizations to partner on this global initiative aimed at recognizing excellence and developing leaders.

As a partner, you will:

  • Be seen as a supporter of global leadership development in kidney care
  • Have the opportunity to support a “named” fellow
  • Be recognized as a supporter by the next generation of leaders in kidney care and grow your own network with this vanguard group
  • Help ISN in advancing its vision of a future where all people have equitable access to sustainable kidney health

Support

program support plus named fellow: $35,000/year

program support: $20,000/year

Contact us

If you have any questions, please contact Marie-Pierre Smal: mpsmal@theisn.org.

Watch the Webinar

Meet the ELP Steering Committee and Learn more about the program including scope, opportunities, eligibility criteria, applications, and program timeline: https://youtu.be/jpTGTlhpGhA

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