Clinically extremely vulnerable people in England will receive new guidance to help them reduce their risk from coronavirus, tailored to where they live. Updated guidance from the department of Health and Social Care can be found here.Read More
Here is a round-up of the latest news from KQuIP and our partners interested in quality improvement.
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Acute Kidney Injury in COVID-19
Caring for Patients Requiring Alternative Renal Replacement Therapy in Critical Care UnitsRead More
Review of London kidney teams’ response to COVID-19, March-June 2020
The ‘Kidney Care in London – Reflections on Managing COVID-19’ virtual webinar took place on July 1st. It was a collaboration with the North London Kidney Advisory Group and the South London Renal Clinical Alliance. It was a huge success with over 180 people participating via MS Teams, reviewing the response of renal teams across London to the first surge of COVID-19 pandemic in the UK. Read the summary report here. The…Read More
National Kidney Patient Experience Measure 2020: Online survey goes live from 1st October 2020
The annual, national Kidney Patient Reported Experience Measure (Kidney PREM) is open to NHS kidney patients in the United Kingdom for six weeks from 1st October – 12th November. 2020 is the fourth year of the validated Kidney PREM and for the first time, it has gone fully digital. You can take part in the National Kidney Patient Experience survey from the 1st October by following the link…Read More
Peer Phone Buddies for Black Kidney Patients
Gift of Living Donation (GOLD) is launching Peer Phone Buddies, a new scheme during Organ Donation Week in response to Covid 19 to support black kidney patients and their loved ones who wish to know more about living kidney donation. The scheme will help AKCC, Low Clearance Nurses and Living Donor Co-ordinators to support black patients with CKD. GOLD advocates for Transplant First and early conversations…Read More