Kidney Health Australia is the peak body for kidney health in Australia and strives to create healthier communities through increased awareness and early detection of kidney disease. For over 50 years, it has connected kidney patients to vital resources and services to help them manage their condition and achieve a better quality of life. Kidney Health Australia works with the clinical and research community to support treatment and research improvements and innovations so that one day, every Australian can enjoy good kidney health.
Kidney Health Australia has been providing evidence-based resources for health professionals on the detection and management of kidney disease for the past 20 years.
Their highly regarded resources provide the information you need to implement best-practice kidney health care in your practice, and support your patients with their diagnosis, treatment decisions and care.
The new 4th edition of the popular handbook 'Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Management in Primary Care' is now available. This handbook is a highly regarded, evidence-based source of information, providing guidance and clinical tips to help you detect, manage and refer patients in your practice with CKD.
Kidney Health Australia has been providing accredited education to primary care health professionals since 2001. Their education program is focused on the detection and management of kidney disease.
Primary care education is offered in the following formats:
The Kidney Health Red Socks Appeal kicked off on 2nd November 2020 and aims to raise support and funds for people with kidney disease. We’d love our kidney community and renal units to get behind the event to show others why it’s so important to support people with kidney disease.
The RSA is proud to support Kidney Health Australia