NICE are have issued new guidance for managing the treatment of hyperkalaemia
Keep up to date with the latest Kidney Care UK news; including information on our latest campaigns and kidney related research.
Kidney Care UK is campaigning for patients who have in-centre haemodialysis to be moved up from priority group four to priority group one for COVID-19 vaccination
NHS England are asking for your views on non-emergency patient transport
The results of the 2019 Kidney Patient Reported Experience Measure (PREM) are now available.
We need your views to help improve how we support kidney patients and their families.
Can you join us to discuss the change in organ donation law with MPs?
Kidney Care UK Lead Counsellor, Jackie Pilcher talks about the power of our minds and how to turn negative thinking into positive.
Kidney patient Keith Bucknall describes the emotional impact of dialysis
New television advert launched to raise awareness of the change in organ donation law which will take place in 2020
Kidney disease is indiscriminate in approach. It can affect all ages, all races, and all social classes. Sometimes it appears abruptly, almost overnight. For others, in a family with a genetic disease, there is an inevitability about its onset.
A New Kidney Offering Scheme in the UK has been developed to reflect the changing donor pool.