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NephJC Team
Freely Filtered, a NephJC Podcast
Twice monthly (aspirational) recap of the NephJC journal club. NephJC reviews the most important manuscripts which are driving nephrology forward and improving our understanding of the kidney.
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4.9 stars from 182 ratings
Good discussion-could have brought in the complement inhibitors. ListenedTo a grand Rounds recently that gave the message, “if you have an IGA patient they need to be enrolled in a clinical trial”. What do you think of that?
Rdswinford via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/02/22
Interesting Idea...
I don't like journal clubs. So the idea of listening to one voluntarily does not come naturally. A member of my nephrology group recommended Freely Filtered so I have given it a try. I don't like the jolly repartee. I am looking for information about specific clinical problems that...Read full review »
AnotherListener3 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/14/22
Go Filtrate!
Keeps me up to date on the most important recent publications, and keeps me entertained! Should be mandatory for up and coming nephrologists.
Marius Altern Øvrehus via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 07/10/22
Recent Episodes
TESTING is the latest IgA nephropathy trial and it is the comeback kid of nephrology trials. From a trial that was halted because of excess adverse events to a safe and effective therapy with just a few tweeks. Amazing turn around. Join the Filtrate as we put TESTING to the test with study author...
Published 08/01/22
The Filtrate: Joel Topf Nayan Arora Sophia Ambruso Swapnil Hiremath Josh Waitzman Special Guest: Natalie Bello Director of Hypertension Research at Cedars Sinai Editor: Nayan Arora Show Notes: NephJC summary of CHAP CHiPS TV show CHIPS study: Less-Tight versus Tight Control of Hypertension in...
Published 06/29/22
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