The Renal Society of Australasia (RSA) is a not-for-profit professional association which aims to advance the care of people with kidney disease. Governed by an elected Board, the RSA has active branches in all states and territories of Australia as well as New Zealand and the Nephrology Educators' Network sub-group.

Presently the RSA has around 1,300 members - nurses, social workers, dietitians, other allied health professionals and the like who share our objectives.  These members have access to a range of benefits including education resources, grants and scholarships.

We welcome your feedback and enquiries - please feel free to contact us via email.

Coming Events

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WA Branch Education Day

28 April 2015

NSW/ACT Branch meeting

06 May 2015

QLD Branch meeting

19 May 2015

RSA 2015 annual conference

15 June 2015 - 17 June 2015

Digging deeper: Golden opportunities to advance renal care

NSW/ACT Branch meeting

05 August 2015

SA/NT Branch Education Day

11 August 2015

Vasculitis, diabetic nephropathy & snake venom study

QLD Branch meeting

18 August 2015

Latest News

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NMBA position statement on specialist recognition and the nursing profession

27 March 2015

The Nursing and Midwifery Board recently released a statement regarding specialist recognition

World Kidney Day

26 March 2015

Today is World Kidney Day.

Sensipar (cinacalcet) - access from 1.8.2015

16 February 2015

Important information for nephrology units regarding access to Sensipar (available to members only)

Our website has had a facelift!

10 February 2015

To celebrate our new look, our website has had a facelift to improve the functionality for members and committees, including access to resources.

Welcome to the new look Renal Society of Australasia

10 February 2015

Based on the overwhelming feedback of members in late 2014, the RSA is pleased to introduce our refreshed logo which will better support the Society’s important ongoing role in advancing the care of people with kidney disease while ensuring we retain our long and proud history.