To promote excellence in the prevention and treatment of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) by building a foundational program that transforms the delivery of AKI care, reduces morbidity and Mortality and improves long-term outcomes.
Latest Past Events
Location: WF2 Tangerine, Orange County Convention Center, West Building Session Description Data science has the potential to drive medical innovation and improve the quality of care for patients with AKI....
Location: W320 Chapin, Orange County Convention Center, West Building Session Description This session explores the processes and opportunities to innovate in the development of new therapeutic agents for AKI. Particular...
DESCRIPTION The Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Now Recovery Workgroup was developed by the American Society of Nephrology to determine gaps in care for survivors of AKI and propose solutions that...
This webinar, offered by the ASN AKINOW, discusses potential areas in AKI clinical management where artificial intelligence can reduce costs while saving lives. Anyone interested in learning about or implementing AI into their clinical practice will find great value in this webinar.
Recorded: May 3, 2022
This focus group session, offered by the ASN AKINow Recovery Workgroup, provided an opportunity for attendees to discuss early discharge planning, interventions to impact post-AKI care, and challenges and opportunities in the care of AKI survivors.
This webinar, offered by the ASN AKI!Now Program will provide an introduction to using artificial intelligence and machine learning in diagnosing, preventing, and treating AKI. A great webinar for anyone interested in learning about or implementing AI into their clinical practice.
This webinar, offered by the ASN AKI!Now Artificial Intelligence Workgroup, describes how to reduce bias in AI algorithms that are tailored to improve AKI care. This is particularly relevant for anyone interested in learning about or implementing AI into their clinical practice.
AKINow Resource Library Highlights
In 2020, the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) convened AKINow as a longitudinal initiative to promote excellence in the prevention and treatment of acute kidney injury (AKI). AKINow’s interests span fundamental research, provider education, and patient advocacy. Here we describe current efforts of AKINow’s Basic Science Workgroup to foster innovation in AKI research.