Training_Chronic Kidney Disease for non-renal health professionals #patientjourney #renal #ltc


 Chronic Kidney Disease for non-renal health professionals

(Course code:  190 BB774)

Date:             Thursday 22nd June 2017

Time:                  9.00am – 4.00pm

Venue:              The Source, 300 Meadowhall Way, Sheffield S9 1EA

Facilitators:  Andrea Fox

Aim of the day

This study day will provide an overview of chronic kidney disease (CKD) using a patient journey to illustrate the effects of this long term condition. The day will explore the physical, psychosocial and emotional effects of CKD and will include information on early stage CKD through to end stage renal disease, treatments and end of life care. National guidelines and policies relating to kidney disease will inform the study day content.


  • A basic understanding of what CKD is, stages and the main causes
  • Knowledge of the renal system and the physical effects of CKD.
  • A clear idea of the progression of CKD and key interventions to preserve and enhance kidney function in the early stages of the disease.
  • A greater understanding of the psychosocial, emotional and financial effects of CKD on the individual

A basic understanding of treatments and symptom management for end stage renal disease

This study day is suitable for:

All staff involved with delivering care to people with renal disease in an acute hospital, a care home or in the community.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided

How to apply for this FREE study day


Please enrol onto PALMS

 For external delegates please see the application form within the link below

For enquiries regarding place availability, please telephone 0114 2715334

All SYEC & LTC events are funded by York and Humber Local Education and Training Board (YHLETA)


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