Welcome to the Sharing Haemodialysis Care Website

The aim of this site is to draw together information and resources about the various areas of Shared Haemodialysis Care. 

The Shared Haemodialysis Care vision is for people who receive dialysis at centres to have the opportunity and information to participate in aspects of their treatment and thereby improve their experience and their outcomes. 


SHAREHD

The Yorkshire & Humber Health Foundation funded programme currently working closely with dialysis units at 12 NHS Trusts to scale up Shared Haemodialysis Care.

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Micks Story

Read Micks Story here.    Download PDF File Here
If you are a patient and want to get involved in research, service or quality improvement projects then join KPIN. KPIN is a network of like-minded patients, charities and organisations who are committed to improve standards and develop patient leaders.   Read the information sheet below and log onto their website...
Be inspired by this article published in Kidney Life Autumn 2018 where Andy Henwood explains how he was involved in the SHAREHD programme    Download PDF File Here
  Download PDF File Here read this article by Sonia lee (Oct 2018) 
 Read this article produced by Andy Henwood on the benefits of shared haemodialysis care and the SHAREHD programme   Download PDF File Here
On the 17th June 2019 a team of 4 patients partners presented their co-production journeys to delegates at  the microsystems coaching academy 2019 exposition.   We had been asked to present " the art of Co-production" as a breakout session and had a full room of attendees from all over the country r...
 The 2019 All Hands Event was held in Leeds on the 22nd January 2019.
From Patient-Centered to Person-Centered Care for kidney Diseases.. Rachael L.Morton and Marcus Sellars... https://cjasn.asnjournals.org/content/clinjasn/early/2019/02/26/CJN.10380818.full.pdf ‚ÄčIt sounds very similar and often the words are interchanged but there is a world of different between patient centered care and PERSON centered care.  ...
David Pargeter started on the dialysis unit at Peter Moorhead unit in Sheffield and was introduced to Shared Haemodialysis Care in its pilot phase. His journey included peritoneal dialysis and home haemodialysis. He was transplanted about 4 years ago. He has been a fantastic support to the Shared Haemodialysis Care programme, attending interviews w...
  Download PDF File Here This handbook revision has been a project over many months and is welcomed by many wishing to move forwards with Shared care. Our aim was to provide a generic record of competence that was simple and easy to use for patients and staff on any dialysis unit. The changes were made following extensive review by the many un...
Thanks to everyone who attended, presented and help to make the 'All Hands event' on Tuesday 22nd January 2019 a fantastic day of sharing and collaborating.  We had over 175 people attend from 25 different UK NHS Trusts, Canada, 5 charities or foundations and 12 other organisations .  What a great s...
The realist evaluation team have presented 2 oral and 2 poster presentations at the European Evaluation Society and Health Service Research UK conferences. See the abstracts and posters below.  For more information contact Dr Steven M Ariss or Dr Joanna Blackburn on  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it....
A new scheme at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals has launched with the intention of empowering patients in their own care and independence.
Hi, my name is Daniel and I am a volunteer trainer support for dialysis patients at Salford Royal Hospital. I was first diagnosed with Alport's syndrome at the age of 12 so I knew at some point in my life my kidneys would fail. By the age of 24, I was on regular dialysis. Despite knowing this day would come, I can still say it came as a bit of a su...
People being treated with dialysis after kidney failure should be offered a choice over where and what type of treatment they have, according to new recommendations from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) published on 3 October 2018. The new guidance on renal replacement therapy and conservative management, recommends that...
Well done to the Belfast team form WAVE 3 who launched their SHAREHD care program on Monday 3rd  September
The research, published in   BMJ Quality and Safety and summarised in the briefing,    Reducing emergency Adminssion: unlocking the potential of people to better manage their long term conditions looked at Patient Activation Measures scores, which assess four levels of knowledge, skill and confidence in self-management, for over...
Please find and read the July SHAREHD Newsletter     Download PDF File Here
In this fabulous episode of Matron, Medicine and Me Dr Ranjan Chatterjee reunites with the renal team who cared for his father. It is  covered in such personal yet comprehensible way.  W e are s o pleased that it  inclu des  shared heamodialysis care via the  interview with 'M onica' who shares her experience in a totally n...
The documents below are the key tools that any team or unit needs to get started with Shared Haemodialysis Care, as identified on the Shared Care Course run by Tania Barnes. Read the Road-map to identify the key stages and gain hints and tips as you progress. The Staff Questionnaire will help you identify staff understanding of Shared Care and esta...
In June 2018 the following article was published in the British Journal of Renal Medicine.  Read the specific article here or the read  the whole of the June BJRM edition by logging onto  http://www.bjrm.co.uk/.      Download PDF File Here British Journal of Renal Medicine | home The British Journal of R...