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Kidney Health Survey

19th of February, 2019

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L86YCRD

We have been working on several projects with a particular focus on consumer engagement and ways we can improve the service we provide, what you would like to see from KHNZ, what we can do better and what are we doing well.

As part of the review we have a very brief survey we would like you to complete, to help us make a positive difference for people affected by kidney disease. Please click on the link above to complete the survey.

 

 

KHNZ Update

21st of December, 2018

https://mailchi.mp/7168bd21dd91/news-from-khnz-251513

Kidney Health New Zealand - Are your kidneys OK?

Welcome to our first e news.

 
As we head towards the Christmas break we bid farewell and thank Max Reid for his hard work during his four years at the helm, and welcome Carmel Gregan-Ford into the role of acting CEO for Kidney Health New Zealand.


As with any changes in an organisation it offers the opportunity to review our activities and we look forward to engaging with our stakeholders and supporters in doing this.

There are exciting times ahead as we continue to promote the KHNZ Vision of Better Kidney Health for all New Zealanders.
 
We are very excited to be planning an event for 40 years of Kidney health New Zealand (formerly the National Kidney Foundation of New Zealand and the New Zealand Kidney Foundation) was established in 1979 and planning is underway to celebrate the progress we have made.


Our consumer council meeting is planned for early next year, this is a great opportunity for usto hear about the issues affecting the kidney community, and helps inform our strategic planning.

We are continuing to support the work being undertaken by health professionals to ensure that patient priorities for research are recognised and these will be reflected in future research projects.
We continue to provide resources for General Practice to assist with the management of chronic kidney disease in primary care, as we work to reduce the number of people affected by kidney disease, and look forward to further engagement with this sector next year.


We are always happy to receive any feedback and are continually looking at ways we can support people affected by kidney disease, so your comments and suggestions are always welcome.
From the team at Kidney Health New Zealand we would like to wish you all a very happy, safe and healthy Christmas and New Year, we look forward to a busy and productive 2019.
Check out our Facebook Page for regular updates
 
One in ten people have kidney disease and don't know it.   Are your kidneys OK?
 

If you have any questions, or need information about kidney concerns over the Christmas holiday period, the free phone line (0800 543639) and email info@kidneys.co.nz will continue to be available.

 
Feel free to share this with your friends and family, the more we can raise awareness of kidney disease the better chance we have of achieving our vision.
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Raising awareness

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Awareness poster

 

Are your kidneys OK?

12th of March, 2018

https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/well-good/teach-me/102013130/one-in-10-new-zealanders-has-kidney-disease--are-your-kidneys-ok

 

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World Kidney Day 2018

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http://www.worldkidneyday.org/2018-campaign/

 

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Compensation for live donors

 

A Summary of 2015 ANZ Data

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Click here to view a Summary of Starting Kidney failure in New Zealand

Click here to view a Summary of Kidney Transplants in New Zealand

Click here to view a Summary of Dialysis in New Zealand