British Journal of Renal Medicine - 2017

Comment: See one, do one, teach one
John Bradley
pp 99-99
Spontaneous renal artery dissection: a cautionary tale of a young male with loin pain
Saras A Mane, Madava Djearaman and Husham Rasheed
pp 100-103
A novel patient safety initiative: interprofessional in situ simulation for the management of medical emergencies in hospital and community haemodialysis centres
Kathryn Watson, Oliver Keane, Thomas Sanctuary, Nithyakala Devaraj, Thomas Waring, Simon Calvert and Alexandra Rankin
pp 105-108
Caring to change
Donal J O’Donoghue
pp 110-111
Ducks not in in a row
National Kidney Federation
pp 112-112
The Renal Association

pp 112-112
Understanding human leukocyte antigen typing and crossmatch techniques in renal transplantation
Brian Mark Churchill, Mohsen El Kossi, Jon Kim Jin, Ajay Sharma and Ahmed Halawa
pp 115-121
How to join the British Renal Society
British Renal Society
pp 121-121
Cyanosis in the renal transplant recipient – broadening the differential
Mark Findlay, Peter Thomson and Jamie P Traynor
pp 122-125
Dialysis transport in Cornwall
Kidney Care UK
pp 126-126
Peer educators pilot study
Kidney Research UK
pp 126-126

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