Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology


Get Involved 

The work of the Society depends upon the commitment of its Members, who contribute freely their time, skills and expertise to the Society. 

There are lots of ways you can make a difference to kidney health through your involvement with the ANZSN:

If your time is limited, there are other ways you can be involved:

If you would like any information or assistance, please contact the ANZSN Office on

Join one of our committees 

Finance and Audit Committee

If you are an Ordinary or Life Member and would like to join our Finance and Audit Committee, you can find the EOI here. Please send your application to Associate Professor Kamal Sud, Honorary Executive Officer, at email: by COB 9 December 2020.

All Expressions of Interest will be treated as confidential. 

ANZSN Committee on Interventional Nephrology - Advanced Trainee or Recently Qualified Nephrologist

The ANZSN Council invites Expressions of Interest from ANZSN Affiliate, Ordinary and Life Members who would like to join the new ANZSN Committee on Interventional Nephrology (ANZSNCIN) in the position of Advanced Trainee or recently qualified Nephrologist (up to 4 years post Fellowship). The EOI can be found here.

Please send your application to Associate Professor Kamal Sud, Honorary Executive Officer, at email: by 5pm AEDT 3 December 2020.
All Expressions of Interest will be treated as confidential.

Call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) – Nephrologists with an interest and expertise in Hypophosphatemic Management

On behalf of Dr Richard Prince, University of Western Australia, we are seeking Expressions of Interest from Nephrologists with the relevant expertise who are interested in joining a Hypophosphatemic Management Working Party. The EOI can be found here.

If you would like to join the Working Party, please send a brief email indicating your interest and expertise, to Assoc Professor Kamal Sud, Honorary Executive Officer, ANZSN at by 5pm AEDT 2 December 2020

All Expressions of Interest will be treated as confidential.

Please note that if you are selected, you will join the Working Party as a Nephrologist with expertise in hypohosphatemic bone disorders, not a representative of the ANZSN.

Nominate to participate


Residual funding is available to support the development of female leaders across Australia’s health care and research sector.

The initiative is providing women with grants of between $1,000 and $5,000 to enable participation in one of three programs that cover such things as elements of a successful team, communication, presence and influence, driving performance, problem solving and decision making, and progressing diversity and inclusion.

The scholarship funding is provided with the specific intent of providing powerful and effective development opportunities for health care and research sector women but has to be allocated by the end of 2020.

Expressions of Interest
Find out more and register your interest by completing the Expression of Interest form here prior to 4th December:


CARI Guidelines produces kidney guidelines primarily for use by nephrologists, renal nurses, general practitioners and allied health Australia staff located in and New Zealand. The Steering Committee serves as the advisory body for CARI Guidelines, sets policy and priorities, provides assistance to the editorial office as needed, assists with the appointment of Guideline Group Convenors and Members, reviews completed guideline drafts to ensure quality and accuracy, and reviews and approves the annual budget. Members also promote the CARI Guidelines at various forums and within their units.    
The Steering Committee usually meets four times each year, with two of these meetings being face to face. The face to face meetings are held in near Sydney or Melbourne Airports, with the other meetings held by video/teleconference. Additional work outside of meetings is sometimes required, reviewing documents and coordinating the assistance of people who can aid with guideline development. Members of the Steering Committee are expected to assume responsibility for the work involved and serve a 3-year term. There is no remuneration for the role, but CARI Guidelines covers expenses involved in attending meetings. All Steering Committee Members must sign a Conflict of Interest document. 
There are currently 12 Steering Committee Members, including the Chair. The Steering Committee includes representatives from Australia and New Zealand with backgrounds in nephrology and renal nursing.
Steering Committee Members should have an interest in evidence-based medicine, be supportive of guideline development and ideally, bring skills to the Committee that will assist in CARI Guidelines achieving its goals. CARI Guidelines is committed to geographical representation and gender inclusiveness.
Please direct enquiries about these positions, or expressions of interest, in the form of a cover letter and an abbreviated CV (no more than 2-pages) to Dr David Tunnicliffe, Scientific Director, CARI Guidelines, at email:

Participate in a survey

Gender, Equity and Diversity Survey
The Gender, Equity and Diversity Working group (soon to become the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee)  are seeking your feedback through the 2020 GED Survey.
The survey aims to examine the opinions of ANZSN members on matters relating to diversity & equity. Your insights will help us assess current issues in equity, diversity and inclusivity and identify initiatives to improve The Society for everyone.
This survey has ethical approval through the University of Queensland and has been reviewed and approved for distribution to ANZSN Members by the ANZSN Honorary Executive.
Please follow this link to the survey which will take you approximately 10 minutes to complete.