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How Shared Care was positive for Mr Matharu and his family

Anitta Thomas from Imperial College Hospital speaks about her experiences with a shared care patient.
Patients have played a consistent key role in training on the Shared Haemodialysis Care course since its inception in 2011. The patient presenter has influenced staff perceptions of care by providing a view of haemodialysis through an alternative lens.
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 organisa...
The recent NICE guidelines published 21st March 2020 recommend that units: 'Encourage and support shared care with patients in dialysis units and help them to carry out elements of their own care...
These videos have been created to give patients and nurses a generic view of dialysis tasks that can be shared or done fully by patients themselves. We believe that people who receive dialysis at cent...
Kidney failure, a condition many people are unaware of, a condition I have had to become very aware of the past few years. My mam was diagnosed with kidney reflux disease at age 5, which later on in life developed into kidney failure.
Read Micks Story here.    Download PDF File Here
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 ha...
  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 c...
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 fr...
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.