Links

 

Members are welcome to submit links that they feel will be useful to others. Please email us with your suggestions or if you find any of these links to be broken!

General Renal Resources
Journals
Renal Practice Guidelines
Renal Associations and Foundations
Education
Reference Sites
Patients' Resources
Evidence-based Nursing
New Zealand and Australia Society of Renal Dialysis Practice Inc (NZASRDT)
 

General Renal Resources

Rare Humans
10 stories of ADPKD in Australia.

Nephron Information Center
News headlines, basic renal anatomy, basic renal disease information, "professional" links (for doctors, nurses, social workers, technicians, dietitians) to jobs and conferences. Dialysis Patient's Health Guide.

RenalWEB
"RenalWEB is a neutral, nonaffiliated web site for the dialysis industry. With hundreds of web sites containing dialysis product information, RenalWEB is intended to function as an "announcement board" for news, useful information, new products, services, and educational resources. Instead of searching through hundreds of web sites looking for new information, RenalWEB can be accessed to find links and information about new products and services available in the dialysis industry." - RenalWEB

Medscape Transplantation
A comprehensive resource page for those working in the area of transplantation. News, conferences, articles, treatment updates, links and more.

Iron Therapy
Resource for articles, news, reviews and trends related to iron therapy and the field of Nephrology.

 

Journals

Advances in Renal Replacement Therapy
American Journal of Kidney Disease
American Society for Artificial Internal Organs
Blood Purification
Hypertension, Dialysis and Clinical Nephrology (HDCN)
Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
Journal of Renal Nutrition
Kidney International
The Lancet
Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation
Nephrology Nursing Journal
Nephron
New England Journal of Medicine
Peritoneal Dialysis International


 

Renal Practice Guidelines

The CARI Guidelines (Caring for Australians with Renal Impairment)

DOQI (Dialysis Outcomes Quality Initiative)
The Clinical Practice Guidelines of the National Kidney Foundation (US).

ISPD (International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis) Guidelines
The New ISPD guidelines are now available for your education. These will form the basis of those being developed by the statewide renal networks and CHRISP.

 

Renal Associations and Foundations

The HOME Network
KHA (Kidney Health Australia)
Kidney Health New Zealand
ANZSN (Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology)
ANNALink (American Nephrology Nurses' Association)
Legislative News, Upcoming Events (in US only), Career Opportunities, Education, Publications, Resources.
European Dialysis & Transplant Nurses Association & European Renal Care Association
International Society of Nephrology
International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis
National Kidney Foundation, Singapore
Transplant Nurses Association

 

Education

Nephrology Educators Network
Renal Stream, School of Nursing, The University of Melbourne

 

Reference Sites

ANZDATA Registry
The Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry (ANZDATA) collects a wide range of statistics that relate to the outcomes of treatment of those with end stage renal failure. The Australia and New Zealand Organ Donation Registry (ANZOD) collects statistics that relate to organ donation.

Atlas of Diseases of the Kidney
Online version of the Schrier Atlas of Diseases of the Kidney
Robert W. Schrier
Professor and Chairman
Department of Medicine
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Denver, Colorado

Cochrane Kidney & Transplant Group
Podcasts
Systematic Reviews

 

Patients' Resources

Australian Holiday Dialysis Konnections
Kidney Health Australia's initiative to connect individuals on dialysis in different locations in Australia.

The Renal Resource Centre website. Many useful fact sheets available to download.

Recipes for kidney patients.
 

Evidence-based Nursing

At the RSA 2002 30th National Conference, A/Prof Linda Johnston presented a lecture on "Evidence Based Nursing". In her presentation, she suggested some databases which nurses may access free of charge. Thanks to Assumpta Lee for providing this list.

http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/crd/welcome.htm
http://www.ahcpr.gov/
http://www.tripdatabase.com/
http://www.discern.org.uk