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Alex Hamilton Jun 20
We are being treated to a seminar by here at on advance care planning and care in
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Gary Singer Jun 22
How do you define patients at high risk of progression to ?
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Gary Singer 21h
Interested in how we can avoid ‘crash’ starts in and comparing current model looking at delta of albuminuria and GFR vs formula
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Rihan Shahab May 13
Dr Susan Crail reports a disturbing statistic. 60.7% of patients regretted their decision to start with 51.9% starting it because it was their doctor’s wish. We need to get better at discussing treatment options for
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Gary Singer Jun 23
Powerful story of Colorado experience caring for undocumented immigrants with - impact on patients and providers and innovative solutions from and Dr. Andrew Brookens
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World Kidney Day 14 Jun 18
In people have to work harder, filtering above the normal level, which increases the risk of developing and in the long-term. Learn how to prevent it here:
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World Kidney Day 3 Apr 18
1 in 10 people worldwide have Chronic Kidney Disease . If not managed and/or treated properly it can progress to End Stage Kidney Disease . Read more about CKD here:
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AJKD Jun 20
Explore some of the social and cultural challenges in delivering effective care to refugees in this Policy Forum:
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Jeremy Levy 7 Sep 17
Prof Edwina Brown successfully arguing potential for acute peritoneal for late presentation underused
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Shannon Jun 21
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Kalinda Griffiths 9 May 17
Charles Darwin University, Professorial Lecture presented by Menzies Alan Cass.
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Shilpa Jesudason 🇦🇺 Apr 13
Dr Sara Davison articulates the disconnect between the concerns and priorities of patients and renal teams in - World Congress Patient and Consumer Session
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Steve Williamson May 1
Excited to announce is a finalist for the 2019 Medical Device Excellence Awards! We strive to bring the best technologies to our physician partners in our shared effort to treat patients! Proud of our combined BD/TVA team's hard work!
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Juan Carlos Q Velez Mar 23
“I measure out 32 oz of water every morning and I drink from that supply”. Never ceases to amaze me the resilience, bravery and determination of some of our patients 👏👏
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Jennifer Wise Jun 2
Words I use alot lately I'm Fine... What Ever... My face says it all😖😔🤯🤨😒 Medical Bills overwhelming/gofundme.com
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Richard Fish Sep 5
Really interesting discussion at work today about pros/cons of live between twins when one has due to disease. Case report below prompted the debate! Any experience out there?
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Vanessa Grubbs MD Oct 23
Primary care doc told me our 80yo mutual patient with end-stage heart failure AND miserable on not “ready” for hospice even tho eligible to have both Medicare hospice and dialysis benefits. Wonder what patient told about hospice. 😒
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Deakin Health Ethics Apr 23
Replying to @DeakinHealthEth
Qu 1.2 Why don't we talk about end of life care from the start w/ patients w/ ? Regardless of treatment modality, we ALL die, so all our patients will face this.
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Karen Dwyer Apr 27
Replying to @JaneEOpie
Interesting perspective. I like “shared care”. Alternating visits with GP and specialist. Each brings a different perspective. Am always amazed that some with “don’t have” a GP 😳
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Jaqui Hughes Apr 11
Replying to @JaqHughes
Moral distress occurs and amplified when the systems of care don’t meet the clinical need-integrated care, resourcing, specifically supporting effective discussions abt care and timing to withdraw care.
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