Watch the recording of our December 2022 Covid-19 and CKD – protections and treatments webinar about preventative and antibody treatments and the current level of risk from Covid-19 for people with kidney disease.
Keep up to date with the latest Kidney Care UK news; including information on our latest campaigns and kidney related research.
Kidney Care UK’s new Cost of Staying Alive report issues a stark warning to the Government that thousands of kidney patients’ mental, physical, and financial health is at risk without urgent action.
Our office opening hours and other ways to get support during the break
Kidney Care UK hosted a National Peer Support Symposium on Thursday 17 November 2022.
Kidney Care UK will be working with clinical colleagues to respond to NICE’s consultation, to make sure the views of people living with kidney disease are heard when deciding the final guidance.
Patient groups, charities and clinicians have united to raise awareness of half a million vulnerable people, many of whose lives have never returned to normal after the Covid-19 lockdown.
The MyRenalCare app for chronic kidney disease is a global first and was created collaboratively with Portsmouth Hospital and its patients, with the support of Kidney Care UK and Portsmouth University.
New antibody treatments are being developed to reduce the risk of people becoming seriously ill from Covid-19. We answer kidney patients' questions about Evusheld, a treatment developed for pre-exposure prevention
As the National Grid warns of possible power outages this winter, Kidney Care UK calls on the Government and energy companies to understand and prioritise the needs of clinically vulnerable customers.
We need kidney care to always be improving. To have your say about your experiences, take part in the annual survey of UK kidney patients, Patient Reported Experience Measure (PREM) for 2022.
Watch the recording of our 21 September 2022 Cost of Living webinar and find links to the information and advice about benefits offered by our speakers.