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Framework for End of Life Care in Advanced Kidney Disease

Framework for End of Life Care in Advanced Kidney Disease

Framework for End of Life Care in Advanced Kidney Disease

Rachel Lewis
Rachel Lewis
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 20 Aug 2018
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Last updated: 02 Dec 2020

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This session identifies the key elements of advanced kidney care and suggests ways of bridging the traditional boundaries of care based on the ‘End of Life Care in Advanced Kidney Disease: A Framework for Implementation’ document.

This session is suitable for all staff groups who are wanting to understand how to care for a patient with advanced kidney disease.

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By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe the components of the document ‘End of Life Care in Advanced Kidney Disease: A Framework for Implementation’
• Outline how the framework supports the care of patients with kidney disease on an end of life pathway
• Describe the roles of the key and link workers as set out in the framework
• Outline the practical steps involved in implementing the framework locally
Rachel Lewis

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Rachel Lewis
on behalf of Health Education England

Rachel has spent many years working with people who have kidney disease in several clinical settings including paediatrics, adults, primary, secondary and tertiary care. She spent five years at the Department of Health as a Nurse Adviser working with the Renal National Service Framework Policy Team. Latterly, she has worked as a Community Matron managing patients with multiple chronic conditions. At present, she is the Principal Investigator on a study researching how care is organised in general practice for people with multiple chronic conditions.

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