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'What do we know about how well vaccines are working for kidney patients?’ ‘What would an antibody test tell me?’ ‘What should I be doing to keep myself safe after I’ve had the vaccine?’ ‘Are there alternatives being developed for people who do not respond to the vaccine?’
Kidney Care UK, in partnership with Kidney Research UK, the PKD Charity, the National Kidney Federation (NKF) and the UK Kidney Association (1) would like to invite you to join this free Zoom webinar for patients, carers and healthcare professionals as the vaccine rollout continues and restrictions ease. A panel of experts from renal medicine, including Dr Michelle Willicombe, Dr Andrew Frankel, and Dr Rebecca Suckling, will be online to answer your questions about coronavirus and chronic kidney disease.
The Webinar will last for approximately 90 minutes. It will be recorded and the video, along with a summary report, will be shared afterwards on our website.
Please submit questions in advance by sending them to [email protected] by Friday 25 June and put 'Webinar questions' as the subject.
Please note that we will not be able to cover individual treatment issues, but will be able to cover broader topics through the session. We’re really looking forward to hearing from you.
(1) Following a merger of the British Renal Society and the Renal Association – the UK Kidney Association (UKKA) is a trading name of the Renal Association.
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