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We will be accepting applications for FASDIN class of 2019
November 1, 2018 through January 31, 2019.


  •  $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