Seraina von Moos (USZ)
I love nephrology! A specialty that requires humanity in long term patient care, curiosity to solve the electrolyte problems and perseverance when treating refractory glomerulonephritis.
Emmanuelle Landmann (King's College London/USB)
Nephrology is fascinating due to the complexity of the organ, the interplay with the immune system in numerous clinical pictures as well as the comprehensive care of patients.
Manuel Anderegg (Inselspital)
Nephrology is internal medicine «plus». It allows the satisfaction of treating patients for a long time and building relationships with patients, while working in a complex, diverse and often challenging specialty. This makes Nephrology a perfect specialty for the curious, yet empathic minds interested in a broad spectrum of disease.
Nora Schwotzer (CHUV)
Three good reasons why I love nephrology: 1) Never boring: wide range of clinical problems that need good understanding of physiopathology and scientific evidence; 2) rewarding patient care: we follow our patients all the way through their kidney pathway, from CKD to dialysis to transplantation and sometimes even end of life. 3) Working together: nephrologists collaborate with lots of disciplines, from ICU to surgery to internal medicine and many more.
Dusan Harmacek (St. Gallen/UNIL)
Nephrology is complex. You get a bit of everything - complicated clinical cases, technical challenge with dialysis machines, everyday work with transplant patients. It is not easy, but rewarding.
Lena Berchtold (HUG)
Nephrology provides an intellectually stimulating and challenging working environment. I love taking care of male, female, young and old patients who I will care for over very long periods of time. There are also a lot of teaching and research opportunities.
Jennifer Scotti Gerber (EOC)
I love nephrology because it confronts me with a broad spectrum of clinical situations, from the fit patient after kidney transplantation to the sickest patient on the ICU. In nephrology, you take care of your patients from A to Z, including clinical, pathophysiological, relational and ethical aspects. It never gets boring!