British Journal of Renal Medicine - 2018

Comment: Nutrition in paediatric nephrology – the diet plan
John Bradley
pp 67-67
Factors to facilitate the use of PatientView among people with chronic kidney disease
Eva S Klappe, Paolo Fraccaro, Niels Peek and Sabine N van der Veer
pp 68-71
The current UK paediatric renal dietitian workforce
Matthew J Harmer, Rodney D Gilbert, Stephen A Wootton and Caroline E Anderson
pp 72-74
Continuing to listen to the needs of kidney patients
National Kidney Federation
pp 74-74
Fatal haemodialysis access haemorrhage – a single network’s experience
Rupert W Major, Suzanne Glover, Jorge A Jesus-Silva, James F Medcalf and Graham Warwick
pp 75-78
Multi-professional research
Renal Association
pp 78-78
Apixaban-induced acute interstitial nephritis
Chukwuma A Chukwu, Arti Bakshi and Rebecca Brown
pp 81-83
Psychosocial support for kidney patients is decreasing – new UK study
Kidney Care UK
pp 84-84
Grant funding
British Renal Society
pp 84-84
Art and craft activities during haemodialysis: an untapped potential to improve patients’ experience
Tony Williams, Karen Bird, Jim Martin, Helen Bishop, Brian Bieber and Hugh C Rayner
pp 85-87
Leading health charities join forces to improve the lives of people with diabetes and kidney disease
Kidney Research UK
pp 87-87
Mind the gap
Donal J O'Donoghue
pp 88-89

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