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Yorkshire and Humber Resources

A number of resources designed to run the Yorkshire and Humber programme of Shared Haemodialysis Care can be found on this site. They have been extensively reviewed by patients and staff and are a result of  rigorous trials.  All our resources are free to download, share and adapt with the conditions as follows:

The resources below have been designed for use in Yorkshire and Humber. If you wish to make any adaptations to the Training Handbook or the Course Journal, please ensure that you acknowledge the Yorkshire and Humber programme and make it clear that your trust has adapted it for own use.

Please note that the current Patient Training Handbook is being revised in 2017. If you are interested in piloting sections of the revised version, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Patient Training Handbook

    PDF - English

    Download

  • Patient Information Leaflet

    PDF - English

    Download

  • Patient Handbook Poster

    A3 PDF - English

    Download

  • 4 Patient Information Posters

    A3 PDF - English

    Download

  • Shared Care Course Journal

    PDF - English

    Download

Audit Tools

Measuring the change you are making in your units through Shared Haemodialysis Care helps you to quantify your success as well as helping you to identify where improvements can be made and assess how  you are doing compared with other similar units. The Renal Registry is collecting patient participation data  in line with the Shared Haemodialsyis CQUIN.  Within this section you will find the resources to inform, collect and understand this process.

  • Patient Task List

    What I am doing already & what I would like to do

    DOC - English

    Download

  • Collation of

    Census Results

    DOCX - English

    Download

     

Patient and staff information for audit

Audit spreadsheet and graph

Staff survey

 

 

 

The What, Why & How of Shared Haemodialysis Care - the one day overview for Managers.
Orlando speaks below about his experience as a patient doing Shared Care and then moving onto Home Haemodialysis.
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 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.
Hear David's story about the impact shared haemodialysis care at the Northern General Hospital had on his life. 
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 
My name is Pauline, dialysis access nurse in York Hospital, UK. In this short video I will show you how to buttonhole a fistula. 

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