Continuing Education

Additional Educational Opportunities

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

American Kidney Fund
The AKF provides continuing education through online courses which cover a wide range of topics related to advances in kidney disease and treatment, adherence issues, the ESRD payment system, and other topics.  Courses are free for most professionals.

American Nephrology Nurses' Association Education Opportunities
Includes information on upcoming national meetings, chapter/regional offerings, audio conferences, and recognition and awareness week events.

*FREE*FEMA Emergency Management Institute
Federal Emergency Management Agency's site for continuing education.


National Kidney Foundation Online CME/CE Activities
The NKF's Kidney Learning System provides online educational opportunities for professionals.

Nephrology Oral History Project
The Nephrology Oral History Project seeks to document renal-related healthcare from the 1950s to the present through recorded interviews with sentinel nephrologists and nephrology-related individuals. These oral histories focus on the development and innovations of early dialysis therapy and the impact dialysis has had on the care of patients and the practice of nephrology.

North American Center for Continuing Medical Education (NACCME)
NACCME develops and disseminates live, print and web-based CME/CE activities for healthcare practitioners, including physicians, physician assistants, nurses, dietitians, and other allied healthcare professionals.

*FREE*Nurse.com: It's Time to Start Stopping Diabetes - Education Series

A series of educational courses/webinars aimed to increase public awareness of diabetes and better educate patients about its complications with the tools provided in the free series.

Need additional CEUs for nurses or technicians? Earn them online!
Earn nearly 20 hours of continuing education credits on a variety of topics including infection control, sharps safety, fluid waste management, and much more online through Renal Business Today's sister publication EndoNurse.