We will be accepting applications for FASDIN class of 2017
November 1, 2016 through January 31, 2017.
FELLOW OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF DIAGNOSTIC AND INTERVENTIONAL NEPHROLOGY (FASDIN)
ASDIN is proud to honor and recognize members of the society who have distinguished themselves by exceptional contributions in the field of interventional nephrology through the designation of Fellow of the American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology (FASDIN). The FASDIN status represents the individual’s commitment and dedication to the mission of the society and outstanding personal achievement in this specialized field.
FASDIN applications accepted November through January
- $300 Application fee
- New class of Fellows will be recognized at ASDIN Meeting each year
- Designation valid while ASDIN membership is current. If membership lapses, member must reapply for fellow status.
COMMON CRITERIA REQUIRED OF ALL “FELLOWS”:
- Board certified in your specialty (matches training)
- Active membership in ASDIN including continuously for at least previous 3 years
- Attendance at least 1 of previous 3 ASDIN annual meetings
CRITERIA DEMONSTRATING “EXCEPTIONAL” SKILLS
(Must have 3 of 10 during the previous 5 year period)
- Serve on ASDIN Council or Committee
- Active ASDIN certification in HVA, PD, or RUS
- Hold extramural grant for research related to dialysis access
- Publish at least 1 article in peer review journal related to dialysis access
- Publish at least 1 article in non-peer review journal or magazine
- Demonstrate active teaching activity of students, residents or fellows related to dialysis access
- Serve as Principal Investigator in at least 1 clinical trial related to dialysis access
- Lecture in a meeting related to dialysis access
- Serve on board or committee of another organization related to dialysis access (ASN, NKF,RPA, ESRD Network, etc.)
- Demonstration of exceptional skill and commitment to the dialysis access needs of patients must include letters from a patient and a physician or administrator also describing the applicant’s clinical activity and acumen