The latest news and information about COVID-19 for kidney patients
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.
Kidney Care UK is working with the independent and impartial UK Covid-19 Inquiry to encourage everyone in the kidney community to share their unique experiences of the pandemic. Share your story as part of the Every Story Matters campaign.
The latest news and information for people living with kidney disease.
Kidney transplant recipient Helen Rambaut shares some of her thoughts on where we are now, three years on from the Covid-19 lockdown.
NHS staff will begin vaccinating people aged 65 to 69 and those who are clinically vulnerable against Covid in England from today
The Government has announced its plans for ‘living with Coronavirus’ in England.
Government in England to remove Covid-19 protections introduced to deal with the omicron variant – new plan for ‘living with Covid’ to be published soon
Have your voice heard as restrictions ease and services restart - your Covid-19 experiences really matter
Kidney Care UK is launching the third of our national surveys to learn how the pandemic is affecting you.
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
The Government needs to improve how they communicate Covid-19 guidance