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There are many reasons to become a member of KHI.

Connect with others in an open, collaborative environment.

Members are involved in accomplishing KHI's mission of fostering innovation and enhancing patient safety Membership provides the opportunity to expand your network to include a variety of stakeholders, including industry, research institutions and patient and healthcare organizations. KHI provides a forum for members to navigate the nephrology community, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other government agencies. Members can engage with patient advocates to enhance decision-making and stay current on new therapies and treatments for people living with kidney diseases.

Turn Ideas Into Action.

The project submission cycle takes place in the Fall and Spring of every year. Members can submit proposal ideas for project endorsement, view and provide comments on all member projects proposals at the time of submission, and potentially co-author white papers on project results.

Attend the Annual KHI Stakeholders Meeting.

Annual meeting attendees:

  • Connect in-person with our diverse membership from the kidney community.
  • Share ideas.
  • Collaborate on new projects.

Serve in a leadership role on the Board of Directors or as a Workgroup participant.

There are two primary channels for interested individuals to get involved in KHI. First, the Board of Directors holds an annual Call for Nominations. Second, projects on a variety of topics are launching throughout the year that require diverse workgroups to accomplish their goals. Information on these opportunities is announced on the Volunteer Opportunities page and in the KHI Weekly Communication. Please contact KHI to be added to our mailing list.

Become a Member

KHI Member Organizations

Members include:

  • Patient Organizations
  • Health Professional Organizations
  • Research Organizations
  • Foundations
  • Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Companies
  • Device Manufacturers
  • Dialysis Providers
  • US and International Government Agencies