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Media release - Compensation for live donors

4th of December, 2017

KHNZ thrilled with Compensation for Live Donors 

Ministry of Health Press Release

 

Compensation for Live Donors

4th of December, 2017

http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/345355/organ-donor-i-will-receive-100-percent-of-my-loss-of-earnings

 

New Zealanders at increased risk of kidney failure due to medicine triple whammy - see link below

6th of November, 2017

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/98571754/new-zealanders-at-risk-of-kidney-failure-with-medicinal-triple-whammy

 

Medication survey

6th of November, 2017

 

“Living with Medicines” in New Zealand

As part of her Honours degree, Charlotte Brenkley, a final-year Pharmacy student at the University of Otago wants to explore New Zealander’s experiences of taking their daily, long-term medicines.

She is looking for people 18 years of age and over who have been taking at least one prescription medicine regularly for at least 3 months for their health conditions.

She would love you to complete the Living with Medicines Questionnaire, a tick-box questionnaire which can be completed in about 10 minutes.

Please click here http://tinyurl.com/LWMwebfor links to information on the project and the questionnaire.

 

31st of October, 2017

Annual Report

 

30th of October, 2017

New Health Minister - Media release

 

Invitation

2nd of October, 2017

 

 

 

INVITATION TO JOIN THE SONG-PD DELPHI PANEL!

The Standardized Outcomes in Nephrology – Peritoneal Dialysis (SONG-PD) is an international initiative that aims to identify which outcomes in peritoneal dialysis are important to patients, caregivers, clinicians and other health professionals. This will inform the development of a core outcome set to be reported in all clinical trials (and other research) in peritoneal dialysis.

Establishing a core outcome set can help to ensure that trials report outcomes that are important and relevant to you.

You are invited to participate in the SONG-PD Delphi panel to achieve consensus (agreement) on the most important outcomes that should be included in the core outcome set for peritoneal dialysis. This involves completing a Delphi survey, which includes three rounds from August to December 2017 and each survey should take approximately 10 - 15 minutes to complete.

 Round 1 is now open until 31st October 2017. All participants will receive a copy of the results.

 To join the SONG-PD Delphi Panel, please register your email at:

 http://songinitiative.org/projects/song-pd/

 Feel free to forward this invitation to anyone else who may be interested.

 Thank you!

 SONG-PD Steering Group


SONG-PD Steering Group| David Johnson (Chair), Angela Wang, Edwina Brown, Gillian Brunier, Jeffrey Perl, Jie Dong, Martin Wilkie, Rajnish Mehrotra, Roberto Pecoits-Filho, Sarala Naicker, Sue-Ann Dunning, Tony Dunning, Karine Manera (Project Coordinator)

SONG Executive Committee | Jonathan Craig (Chair), Angela Wang, Braden Manns, Brenda Hemmelgarn, David Wheeler, John Gill, Peter Tugwell, Roberto Pecoits-Filho, Sally Crowe, Tess Harris, Wim Van Biesen, Wolfgang Winkelmayer, Allison Tong

Please see the website for members of the Steering Groups (SONG-HD, SONG-Tx, SONG-PKD, SONG-Kids), Expert Working Groups, and Investigators.

w: www.songinitiative.org | e: contactus@songinitiative.org | p: +612 9845 1467 | t: @song_initiative

 

Spring Newsletter

18th of September, 2017

Spring Newsletter

 

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12th of September, 2017

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2017 KHNZ Manifesto

21st of August, 2017

2017 Kidney Health New Zealand Manifesto