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SHAREHD

SHAREHD is a Health Foundation-funded programme that aims to support patients receiving haemodialysis (HD) treatment in hospital to be more independent and confident in participating in aspects of their own haemodialysis care. 

There is considerable evidence that greater patient engagement and helping people to manage their own health, is associated with better outcomes across a range of medical conditions. Together with our partners, including Kidney Research UK, and a collaborative of 12 dialysis centres in England, we plan to extend the learning from local initiatives and the Yorkshire and Humber Shared Haemodialysis Care programme to build a body of evidence that can support a nationwide change towards better patient choice.

For more information, refer to our booklet and the SHAREHD Study Protocol.

If you are a participating centre, the relevant resources and forms are available via the Research section.

One of the SHAREHD teams had a  brand new dialysis unit open on the 19th September in SIDCUP.  What an opportunity to instill #sharedcare into normal practices for more inform...
This is the second newsletter for the SHAREHD programme. 
Feel free to download and use the PDF version of this poster. 
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. 
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.

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