The Renal Society of Australasia (RSA) is a not-for-profit professional association which aims to advance the care of people with kidney disease. Governed by an elected Board, the RSA has active branches in all states and territories of Australia as well as New Zealand and the Nephrology Educators' Network sub-group.

Presently the RSA has around 1,300 members - nurses, social workers, dietitians, other allied health professionals and the like who share our objectives.  These members have access to a range of benefits including education resources, grants and scholarships.

We welcome your feedback and enquiries - please feel free to contact us via email.

Coming Events

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SA/NT Branch Education Half Day

07 October 2015

Chronic Kidney Disease: Prevention including dietetics


WA Branch Anaemia Education Day

22 October 2015

Anaemia Education Day


NSW/ACT Branch Annual Workshop 2015

06 November 2015

Nephrology Nursing - Fitting the Pieces Together


RSA NZ Branch Annual Conference

06 November 2015 - 07 November 2015

Facing the future


VIC Branch meeting

13 November 2015

TBA - More details shortly


SA/NT Branch Education Day

26 November 2015

New technology, environmental considerations and water treatment

Latest News

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BloodSafe eLearning online courses now available

26 August 2015

BloodSafe eLearning Australia have free online courses available for health professionals on the national Patient Blood Management Guidelines: Module 3 –Medical, with 5 specialty courses available, including chronic kidney disease.


DonateLife Week 2-9 August 2015

03 August 2015

DonateLife Week is the national awareness week to promote family discussion and registration of organ and tissue donation decisions. The theme for DonateLife Week 2015 is to ‘have the chat’ that saves lives, with Australians being urged to register their organ and tissue donation decision on the Australian Organ Donor Register, and to share that decision with their loved ones.


Commonwealth funding announcement for Central Australia Renal Patients

31 July 2015

The Commonwealth government has pledged $10 million over three years, to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Central Australia to access dialysis services.


Celebrating 50 years of kidney transplantation: 1965 - 2015

01 July 2015

Prince of Wales and Sydney Children's Hospitals' Golden Jubilee of Kidney Transplantation.


International Nurses Day

12 May 2015

Today is International Nurses Day.


Simulation Week

07 May 2015

This week is simulation week.

 

 

 

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