Upcoming ESRD webinar on renal nutrition will be presented in Spanish, please share the information with Spanish-speaking patients, families and facilitates who might be interested.
The webinar will be presented on August 22 and will discuss information about the renal diet including sodium, protein, potassium and phosphorus and how to choose foods that are kidney-friendly. The presentation will be given in Spanish by a renal dietitian, María E Rodriguez. She has worked with dialysis patients for the past 10 years and with chronic kidney disease patients for the past 6 years.
Guía Básica de Alimentación para Personas con Enfermedad Renal
Presentado por María E. Rodríguez, MS, RD, CSR
- ¿Qué es la dieta renal?
- Lo que necesitas saber sobre proteína, sodio, potasio y fósforo
- ¿Cómo hacer una buena selección de alimentos?
Regístrate para los detalles de la llamada: https://www.dpcedcenter.org/news-events/education-webinars/signup/
Imprima el folleto de promoción: https://www.dpcedcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/201908_flier.pdf
CMS and NKF will present a May 22, 2019 webinar on on Population Health Strategies for Kidney Disease Risk Reduction, at noon PST. Nephrologists, dialysis facility medical directors and renal care providers are invited and encouraged to attend. The NKF CKD Change Package will be introduced, systematic strategies for improving identification and management of CKD will be described, and a population health strategy for registry function, QI, and patient engagement for people living with CKD will be presented. Register for the webinar at https://meetings-cms.webex.com/meetings-cms/onstage/g.php?MTID=e06e8b0a5642756b1b7a7e0998d0eeeb8. Find the NKF CKD Change Package at https://www.kidney.org/sites/default/files/02-11-8036_JBI_CKD_ChangePackV17.pdf.
AAKP has recorded their November HealthLine webinar, variously named as Are You at Risk for Secondary Hyperparathyroidism? Learn the Importance of Early Detection, and The Pathogenesis and Treatment of CKD-MBD. CKD-related Mineral Bone Disease, in this case Hypocalcemia, can cause excessive secretion of parathyroid hormone (PTH) or Secondary Hyperparathyroidism. Tune into the webinar recording at https://www.gotostage.com/channel/6927452477730326277/recording/9cfd79d963c345628f3e38d8ba44a5ab/watch, or read more about it at https://aakp.org/blog/aakp-healthline-webinar-summary-risk-secondary-hyperparathyroidism-learn-importance-early-detection/.