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This online European Specialty Exam in Nephrology (ESENeph) revision resource is the most extensive resource of its kind and allows you to study via categorised revision. The resource mirrors the MRCPUK's exam blueprint and is divided into the following topics:
Glomerulonephritis, tubulointerstitial nephritis
Chronic kidney disease, haematuria, proteinuria
Renal bone disease, renal anaemia
Cardiovascular disease, hypertension, renovascular disease and diabetes
Acute kidney injury, acute renal replacement therapy, disorders of fluid, electrolytes and acid base
Urological presentations including renal stone disease, urinary tract infection and obstruction
Inherited and rarer diseases
Editor | Nephrology ESENeph
Dr Naushad Ali Junglee
"This resource has been especially developed for those intending to sit the MRCP SCE Nephrology / ESENeph diploma. The question authors are experienced clinicians who have pooled their experience to bring you questions that will assess your experience, knowledge, latest research findings and clinical guidelines."
I have worked in the field of Nephrology since 2000, when I was awarded my fellowship degree in
internal medicine, and then throughout my nephrology fellowship training.
I worked as a Specialist (then consultant) Internist/Nephrologist in Iraq, Jordan, and Oman from 2005 - 2018. In Iraq, I worked in The Kidney Disease
and Transplant Center, which is the main governmental renal transplant center in the country. Here I was involved in teaching, training and evaluating medical and nephrology candidates during their practice, and supervising their diagnostic
and therapeutic procedures and interventions.
Currently, I work in King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as a specialty doctor in renal medicine, mainly in the haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis units. Additionally,
I am involved in teaching medical SHOs and year 2 and year 5 medical students in King’s College Hospital.
After completing my MBChB (Hons) from the University of Manchester in 2004, I achieved a Postgraduate Certificate
in Workplace Based Medical Education with a Distinction (2012) and completed my PhD from the University of Manchester in 2016. My research interests include sudden cardiac death, haemodialysis, electrolyte disorders and cardiovascular disease.
Additionally, I have a particular interest and am actively involved in the promotion of renal research to the public.
I am a member of numerous medical organisations including the Renal Association, British Transplantation
Society and the American Society of Nephrology to name a few. I am also a member of Royal College of Physicians (London), having passed Parts I, II and PACES of the MRCP(UK) exam, and the MRCP Nephrology Specialty Examination in my first
I am passionate about education and regularly partake in teaching alongside my current clinical work as an ST6 Nephrologist. I have teaching experience with the whole multidisciplinary team, including medical
students, junior doctors, nurses and ancillary staff.
I am a Consultant Nephrologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and an Honorary
Senior Lecturer in the School of Medicine at King’s College London.
My PhD work focused on the role of glucose transporters in diabetic nephropathy. I have completed a post CCT fellowship in kidney transplantation at
Imperial College London. My special interests include cardiovascular disease pre and post-transplantation, and new-onset diabetes after transplantation.
I graduated from UCL Medical School in 2011 with a distinction in clinical sciences and a merit in clinical
practice. I am currently a final year Renal Registrar (ST7) at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. I have previously worked as a Renal Registrar at The Royal London Hospital, Broomfield Hospital Chelmsford and The Norfolk and Norwich University
Throughout my career I have been involved in medical education and recently I was a resource author and tutor for Diploma MSc (Renal Medicine PgDip Course). StudyPRN is an excellent online revision resource that I
used to revise for the European Specialty Examination in Nephrology, and I passed the exam on my first attempt in March 2020.
Since 2018, I have been working as a Specialist Trainee in Renal and General Medicine within the Northern Ireland Deanery. Prior to this appointment, I worked within various medical specialties, including Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Respiratory and Stroke Medicine. Currently, I am completing my Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education, and am an instructor at IMPACT courses.
In 2021, I passed the European Specialty Exam in Nephrology. I found StudyPRN’s questions to be an incredibly valuable resource in my preparation, and so I am pleased to be able to contribute to this resource for future exam candidates.
After successfully passing my Nephrology Specialty Certificate Examination, I completed a PhD Project on the
‘Analysis of the relationship between infections with fimbriated bacteria and ANCA-associated vasculitis’ at the Medical University Vienna, and achieved a Certificate of Completion of Training in Nephrology and General Internal Medicine in
2018. I’m now working as a consultant nephrologist at East and North Hertfordshire NHS trust and I am particularly interested in immune-mediated renal diseases.
I frequently teach junior doctors, medical students and a
broad range of other healthcare professionals in formal teaching sessions and on-the-job on topics relating to renal and general internal medicine.
Outside of work, music is a source of enjoyment and creativity for me.
Spending time in nature allows me to relax and renews my energy.
I qualified as a Renal Consultant with a special interest in diabetes and renal
replacement therapies. I am honoured to hold fellowships in Renal Medicine from both Pakistan (FCPS) and the United Kingdom (MRCP).
I currently work as the Medical Director and Head of Nephrology Services at Bahria Town
International Hospitals, Lahore. I have held these posts since December 2014 when I moved back to Pakistan after working at the Royal London Hospital as a Kidney Research and Clinical Scholar.
I am honoured to serve as a
Senior Lecturer with Learna and the University of South Wales, wherein I facilitate the Postgraduate Diploma and MSc courses in Acute Medicine.
I am a Consultant Nephrologist at Khyber Medical College and teaching Hospital, Peshawar,
Pakistan. I achieved my MBBS in 2005 and later completed a post-graduate fellowship (FCPS) in Nephrology in 2013. I passed the MRCP SCE (Neph) and ECNeph in subsequent years. These international exams were both a challenge and an opportunity for
me to match the international benchmarks while working in local setup.
I have had the privilege to work in many challenging positions in all the major teaching hospitals in Peshawar, Pakistan. My current interest is in
developing advanced protocols and standards of Nephrology at my institute. I am striving to develop the interventional side of Nephrology in my unit.
Authoring for StudyPRN provides a unique opportunity to acquire, perfect
and propagate knowledge. I have thoroughly enjoyed this work. I am sure the candidates will find this to be the best resource for learning advanced level nephrology that no other textbook can provide.
I am a Consultant in Nephrology and Acute General Medicine and perform my clinical duties at several
locations within South East Wales.
Following my qualification in 2004, I received training in numerous medical specialties in South Wales and Cambridge, before entering the All Wales Nephrology Higher Training Scheme in
2008. I completed my specialist training in 2016 in both nephrology and acute general medicine.
I have a particular interest in kidney disorders related to exercise and exertional heat injury, being the subject of my PhD
research. My work is internationally recognised and I have published and presented my findings in the USA, Far East and Europe. I continue to actively develop research interests and contribute regularly to undergraduate and postgraduate
teaching programmes at Cardiff University. In 2018, I was made examiner for the Royal College of Physicians and in 2019 I was elected as a Fellow.
I graduated in Mathematics B.Sc (Hons) from Utkal University, followed by my MBBS from Berhampur University.
I then completed my MRCP(UK) during my medical rotation in Glan Clwyd Hospital, Rhyl, North Wales; followed by renal medicine training in the South London Deanery. My training period in Nephrology helped me gain experience and skills from the following renal units - Sussex Kidney Unit, Brighton; Epsom’s and St Helier Hospitals, Surrey; Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London.
I now work as a Consultant Nephrologist at the South West Thames Renal and
Transplantation Unit (SWTRT) in the St Helier Hospital. I am the Clinical Lead for dialysis vascular access, as well as representing the trust renal training programme for the South London deanery. My clinical interests are in glomerulonephritis, renal transplantation, CKD, AKI, HD, PD, vascular access and role of Ras-GTPases in mediated renal fibrosis.
I enjoy working within academia and have contributed to writing questions of SCE
Nephrology exam for StudyPRN on various subspecialist topics within nephrology. I am a member of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom; Renal Association UK and International Society of Nephrology.
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