The Renal Association and the British Renal Society believe that Black Lives Matter.

The Renal Association and the British Renal Society believe that Black Lives Matter. Kidney disease is more common in people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities. People from BAME communities are more likely to need a kidney transplant, but less likely to receive one. 1,2 NHS staff are drawn from …

NICE Guidance: Tests to help assess risk of acute kidney injury for people being considered for critical care admission

The final diagnostics guidance on ‘Tests to help assess risk of acute kidney injury for people being considered for critical care admission’ has been published today. You can find the final guidance here: https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/dg39

Expressions of interest sought for renal patients unshielding working group – deadline 12pm 8 June 2020

The Renal Association and British Renal Society are seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for a small working group to develop expert advice and guidance for patients and staff as we begin the process of unshielding for renal patients. We would especially seek those who have expertise in data collection, epidemiology and …