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.

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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 ...
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 Hea...
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 ...
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 a...
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 l...
Bulletin Spring 2018 Leeds Teaching Hospital Bulletin . http://octagon.org.uk/ebooks/lth/bulletin/spring/2018 The Leeds Shared Care team have an article in the Bulletin Newsletter ...
​ David Pargeter patient partner, received an award on the Shared Care Course for his fantastic dedication and support Thanks David from us all - you are an inspiration   Download PDF File Here
Hugh congratulations go to the Nottingham Dialysis Shared Care Team who at the   2017 Nottingham University Hospital Honours Awards were the  Winners of the Educatio...
We are really excited that the "Rationale and design for SHAREHD: a quality improvement collaborative to scale up Shared Haemodialysis Care for patients on centre based haemodialysis" has now bee...
On the 13 th of December 2017, the formal opening of the shared care unit at York hospital took place.The unit has been open and working as a shared care unit since July.We now have three shifts with ...
​What a wonderful 2017 the SHARE HD programme has had wishing you all a very merry Christmas season and best wishes and luck with SHAREHD in 2018.  Read the latest Newsletter  for all t...
Once again thank-you all for attending the learning event last week .It was a fascinating day with lots of input and learning from all the teams . In particular we should thank Kat from Nottingham and...
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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.