Your one-stop, open access platform for top-notch pediatric nephrology resources. Empowering healthcare professionals through diverse perspectives and collaborative knowledge sharing.
Launched on 2/19/21, kidney.wiki is a comprehensive, open access platform dedicated to pediatric nephrology. Our mission is to provide medical practitioners and learners of all levels with the highest quality educational material and clinical resources.
In today's fast-paced world, accessing essential information in pediatric nephrology can be a challenge. Valuable content is often locked away behind registration or paywalls, hidden within academic literature, or difficult to locate when time is of the essence. kidney.wiki aims to transform knowledge sharing by consolidating the best available information from various sources and presenting it in a user-friendly, easily accessible format – completely free of charge.
We believe in the power of diverse perspectives and open collaboration. While kidney.wiki maintains editorial review to ensure consistency and quality, we embrace the opportunity to present different viewpoints and approaches. In cases where consensus is lacking, we will clearly outline the controversy and offer multiple reasonable solutions. We actively encourage users to contribute their insights and feedback, helping us keep our platform up-to-date and of the highest quality.
Join us on our journey to reshape medical education and empower healthcare professionals in the field of pediatric nephrology.
Welcome to kidney.wiki.
All users are encouraged to submit article revisions - even minor tweaks are welcome! You can also submit slide decks, recorded presentations, Smart Phrases, board review questions, educational tools, calculators, links, or whatever else you find useful. Please email [email protected] or Tweet @kidneywiki.
Founder, site editor
I am a pediatric nephrologist in Denver, Colorado. I completed my pediatric nephrology fellowship at Stanford University in 2023. I have a passion for clinical informatics and medical education that ultimately gave rise to kidney.wiki. I hope this site will serve as a useful resource for learners and pediatric practitioners who want to deliver excellent care to children with kidney disease.
In addition to being Ryan's brother as well as an avid hiker and explorer, Drew is a web developer and systems engineer. He was instrumental in getting kidney.wiki off the ground, built many of the site's coolest features, and oversees ongoing site development.