AAKP Healthline will host a free November 9, 2017 webinar on Holiday Eating Dos and Don’ts for All Stages of Kidney Disease. For more information and to register, see https://aakp.org/aakp-healthline/ . You’ll also find a link to recordings of all past AAKP Healthline webinars there.
NKF and PKG will sponsor their annual holiday party on November 5, 2017 in Portland. A dietitian will speak on kidney friendly holiday cooking. RSVP at 888-427-5653 (voice), 415-543-3331 (fax), or email@example.com by November 1, 2017 so they’ll know how much food to bring. For details see below:
AKF will sponsor an October 26, 2017 webinar on Kidney-friendly holidays, presenting healthy meal ideas for people with kidney disease. For details and registration, see http://www.kidneyfund.org/training/webinars/kidney-friendly-holidays.html .
NKF and the Portland Kidney Group will hold their Annual Holiday Party for patients, family, and friends November 5, 2017 in Portland. For details, see below:
The Westside Kidney Support Group will hold an August 10, 2017 talk on What About Nutrition? in Playa Vista CA. See below for details:
The NIH’s National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) is depleting their stock of hard copy publications on diabetes, digestive diseases, nutrition, and kidney disease, in English and Spanish. Up to 25 copies of most titles are available to order free of charge if shipped to addresses within the United States, until August 15, 2017. See NIDDK’s Online Catalog at https://catalog.niddk.nih.gov/Catalog/ .
AKF will present a June 16, 2017 webinar on Protein: Who Needs It Anyway? You Do! Find details and register at http://www.kidneyfund.org/training/webinars/ .
At the same web page you can find recordings of their past webinars, including:
- Humanizing Dialysis; Choosing the best type of treatment for kidney failure can be difficult for patients, especially when they receive little guidance
- Saying no to dialysis: choosing conservative care for end-stage kidney disease
- A patient’s perspective: Be your own advocate; Navigating the health care system as a patient can be challenging
- Heart disease and kidney disease – what’s the connection? – Heart disease can cause kidney disease, and kidney disease can cause heart disease
- Unique strategies for improving the effectiveness of exercise training in patients with kidney failure
- Paired kidney exchanges and opportunities for kidney transplant in minority patients
- Living with diabetic kidney disease; Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney disease, and many people suffer from both conditions
- Enfermedad de los riñones crónica: prevención y tratamiento; Con motivo de la celebración del Mes de la Herencia Hispana, ¡brindaremos nuestro primer seminario web en español!
- Emergency preparedness and kidney disease – using KCER as a resource
- Organ transplant among minorities: How we can reduce the need and improve access
- I need a kidney transplant. Am I covered now? What about in the future?
- Staying employed with kidney disease; A diagnosis of kidney failure doesn’t have to mean quitting your job
- What CAN I eat? Nutrition for dialysis patients
- Living with chronic kidney disease: The ups, downs, and all arounds
- Chronic Kidney Disease: A General Overview and Keys for Successful Management