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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Feel free to download and use the PDF version of this poster. 
Heath Lane Surgery is very pleased to announce the official launch of our Haemodialysis Unit taking place on 11th May 2017 following a successful pilot scheme. 
The next stage report for the Scaling Up Shared Haemodialysis Care programme was submitted to the Health Foundation at the end of March 2017 and we are pleased to announce that we have been given the green light to continue with the programme. 
Orlando speaks below about his experience as a patient doing Shared Care and then moving onto Home Haemodialysis.
28th February, Novotel was the time and place for the 2nd SHAREHD Learning Event. 
On the 3rd of February 2017 we had the pleasure of meeting Anne Perkins and the staff of the Heeley Heamodialysis unit in Sheffield - this is her story.
The first Learning Event for the SHAREHD programme took place at the CIRCLE in Sheffield on Wednesday 18th January. 
The Shared Haemodialysis Care Course has received a 2-year funding grant from the British Kidney Patient Association, which will allow the course to continue as free for participants.
Central Manchester Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is the first in the country to hit haemodialysis study recruitment target. 
‚ÄčThis is the very first SHAREHD programme newsletter, for December 2016.
The SHAREHD programme issued its first 6 month report to the Health Foundation on 17th October.
Hear David's story about the impact shared haemodialysis care at the Northern General Hospital had on his life. 
UK's most successful Annual Dialysis meeting is being hosted at The Lowry in Manchester on the 29th and 30th of September 2016 
A health care worker tells their story of first encountering Shared Care. 
A project designed to help patients on haemodialysis (HD) has been selected to be part of The Health Foundation's ¬£3.5 million Scaling Up Improvement programme. 
Talks from the 4th Shared Haemodialysis Care Learning Event are now available to watch online. 
Home dialysis patient Michael discusses how Shared Care has helped give him a better quality of life 
Paul Swift, a home haemodialysis patient from Australia, discusses his experiences of home haemodialysis. 
As it should be and as it really is. 
My name is Pauline, dialysis access nurse in York Hospital, UK. In this short video I will show you how to buttonhole a fistula.