Looking toward the next 30 years of treating kidney disease
Nephrology News & Issues is celebrating 30 years of publishing this year. In this series, we look to the future. How will treating kidney disease change in the next three decades?
Stepping out of traditional paternalistic medical practice is a challenge for patients and health care professionals
Dialysis care over the next three decades can produce better outcomes with patient-staff ratios that allow for routine use of universal precautions and patient input into their treatment regimen
The future will show continued growth in the utilization and presence of advanced practice practitioners (APPs) in all fields and most certainly in nephrology
The University of Alabama at Birmingham Medicine’s Red Mountain Home Dialysis Training Unit is piloting a three-year telemedicine trial for peritoneal dialysis patients, funded by …