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NEWS FROM OUR MEMBERS AROUND THE WORLD

September 2017, Latest Lancet Kidney Campaign update

Role of kidney health advocacy organizations in reducing the global burden of kidney disease Whereas the global burden of kidney disease is substantial,1 the actual burden of kidney disorders in low-middle income countries (LMIC)...


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11th October 2017 is World Obesity Day

This WorldObesityDay we are calling on all governments, health service providers, insurers and philanthropic organisations to prioritise investment in tackling obesity. This means investment in obesity treatment services, early intervention and prevention. Read the...


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The 24th Budapest Nephrology School, 26-31 August 2017

Here the program of the 24th Budapest Nephrology School organized by the Hungarian Kidney Foundation coming 26-31 August 2017. Read: Program of the 24th Budapest Nephrology School (images/pdf-documents/news/24thBNSprogramfuzetfinal.pdf) For further information please see: http://bns-hungary.hu/ (http://bns-hungary.hu/)


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July 2017, Latest Lancet Kidney Campaign update

Since World Kidney Day 2016, The Lancet Kidney Campaign has published monthly updates on issues relating to renal care, attracting the attention of global policy makers. We hope you enjoy reading them and...


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World Diabetes Day 2017 - Women and Diabetes

The theme of World Diabetes Day (WDD) 2017 - 14 November - is Women and Diabetes, with the slogan OUR RIGHT TO A HEALTHY FUTURE Led by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), the campaign will...


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June 2017, Latest Lancet Kidney Campaign update

How to set up PD centres: the Chinese perspective Xueqing YuDepartment of Nephrology, The First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China As a developing country with a population of 1.3 billion, China is resource-limited...


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Kidney Disease and Obesity
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Our IFKF Worldwide Community is a strong force bringing a global focus to the prevention and treatment of kidney disease - which now has 65 Organisational Members across more than 40 countries worldwide.

Our members represent a patient focussed approach with organisations such as: kidney foundations, research organisations, patient associations, kidney community and advocacy groups.

Additionally, various associate and co-opted members support our IFKF President and the Council in its work.


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Please find the Recommendations for Sustainable Kidney Care

Click here for the European Kidney Forum 2017 outcome report.


The Nicholas Effect

Reg Green is the author of the 2 books: "The Nicholas Effect" and "The gift that Heals" specifically written... Read more

 

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