The latest news and information about COVID-19 for kidney patients
Kidney Care UK Dialysis Freedom is a free service that arranges access to dialysis treatment when spending time away from home or your hospital unit within the UK.
The chance to travel for a holiday or for work is important for people with kidney disease, just like everyone else. But people with kidney disease need to make sure that the travel medicines are right for them. Read on for more information about your travel medicines.
New guidance issued this week that affects kidney patients
A lack of clarity and issues with communication has put peoples’ health at risk, according to the findings in our recent report, ‘Worried sick – the impact of COVID-19 on people living with kidney disease’.
It is likely that people will be advised that they no longer need to shield from August onwards.
The Renal Arts Group (RAG) is a collaboration between patients, carers, clinicians, academics and artists to develop a programme of research with the ultimate aim of improving the physical and psychological quality of life of those living with kidney disease.
Watch the recording of our 16 June 2021 Kidney Care in Scotland Your Q&A’s About Living Donation webinar and find links to the information and advice offered by our speakers.
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Two years ago, on 20 May 2020, the law on organ donation changed in England. This change in the law means that people in England are considered as willing to donate, unless they have opted out.