Kidney Research UK Newcastle Bridges Walk

Kidney Research UK are looking for keen walkers to support them to raise money to improve the lives of kidney patients. To find out more, follow this link: https://www.kidneyresearchuk.org/get-involved/events/newcastlebridgeswalk

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Spring newsletter – available now

Today is World Kidney Day! We thought this was a good time to release the Spring edition of the newsletter from the Renal Association’s quality improvement team and remind everyone, everywhere to Think Kidneys.  Included in this issue – more information about World Kidney Day, a new strategic direction from the Renal Association’s President, Graham Lipkin, growing leadership skills across the multi-professional workforce with KQuIP, and work…

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Acute Kidney Injury – an update

The latest AKI data being received from labs for October 2018 is available on the Think Kidneys website here. We have 149 labs out of 162 (92%) submitting in total. We continue to receive backdated data from labs, and the data completeness for the majority of 2018 is over 90% of the labs submitting. 109 labs – almost 70% – have submitted October data at the…

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Acute Kidney Injury Toolkit for GP’s and healthcare professionals

The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) recently launched an Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Toolkit for GPs and healthcare professionals. The toolkit was developed in partnership with Think Kidneys; NIHR CLAHRC Greater Manchester; Kent, Surrey, Sussex Academic Health Science Network (KSS AHSN); and North East and North Cumbria Academic Health Science Network (AHSN NENC). NHS Education for Scotland, Healthcare Improvement Scotland and the NIHR Greater Manchester…

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