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Increasing CKD Awareness and Early Detection in Adult Patients

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Increasing CKD Awareness and Early Detection in Adult Patients

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    If left untreated, chronic kidney disease (CKD) can progress to end-stage renal disease, requiring dialysis or kidney transplant as the only treatment options. So communicating this to patients, along with chronic conditions that could contribute to this are key. To learn more about raising awareness of the causes of CKD and to help slow the progression, join Dr. Mary Katherine Cheeley who’s speaking with Dr. Iroegbu, Co-Author of the article published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, titled “An Integrative Review: Chronic Kidney Disease Awareness and the Social Determinants of Health Equity,” and T32 Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.

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    If left untreated, chronic kidney disease (CKD) can progress to end-stage renal disease, requiring dialysis or kidney transplant as the only treatment options. So communicating this to patients, along with chronic conditions that could contribute to this are key. To learn more about raising awareness of the causes of CKD and to help slow the progression, join Dr. Mary Katherine Cheeley who’s speaking with Dr. Iroegbu, Co-Author of the article published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, titled “An Integrative Review: Chronic Kidney Disease Awareness and the Social Determinants of Health Equity,” and T32 Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.

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Schedule30 May 2024