There are four different types of CJASN Subject Collections: Special Collection, Special Series, Original Research, and Invited Materials. Each of the collection types are explained below. Links are provided to each collection.
These collections contain articles from all three ASN journals.
COVID-19: contains original research articles related to COVID-19
COVID-19: In Context: contains contextual articles such as Global and Patient Perspectives, Feature Articles, Reviews, and Editorials
Best of ASN Journals 2021: CJASN, JASN & Kidney360 Collection: presents the high-impact articles that were discussed by the respective journal editorial teams during the "Best of ASN Journals: CJASN, JASN & Kidney360" session at Kidney Week 2021. These articles delve into pharmacoepidemiology, effects of public policy on patient care, the move from genome-wide association studies locus to disease understanding, social determinants of diseases, and new insights in the management of hereditary kidney diseases and AKI.
Disparities and Workforce Diversity Collection: includes research addressing societal inequities in the care and treatment of patients with kidney diseases -
Kidney Disease and Diabetes Collection: reflects the rich contributions to new knowledge on this disease published in CJASN and JASN
Pediatric Nephrology Collection: includes articles on severe AKI in children, prognostic factors with ANCA-associated kidney vasculitis in children, pediatric kidney transplants and more
SGLT-2: discusses the benefits, risks, mechanisms of action, and clinical applications of SGLT2 inhibitors
Annually, the CJASN editors create a series of articles on a specified topic. The complete series, or collection, is built over time. When the series is complete, all the articles are brought together in one single PDF that can be downloaded and used as a reference.
There are over a dozen categories of Original Research covered by CJASN. For complete descriptions of each, consult the Original Research and Invited Materials descriptions.
The goal of CJASN Invited Materials are to put findings reported in an original research article published in CJASN in context of our current knowledge and/or clinical practice and how the findings from the research paper moves the field forward to inform future research and/or influence clinical practice.