In addition to publications, presentations and an active seminar program, CKD.QLD, and our affiliated NHMRC CKD Centre of Research Excellence [CKD.CRE], supports a reporting program.
CLOSING THE GULF IN RENAL HEALTH CARE: A collaborative workshop. Mt Isa, Queensland, Australia. Nov 2012.
Synopsis: “Closing the Gulf in Renal Healthcare”: a collaborative workshop, was held on the 15th of November, 2012 in Mt Isa as part of a consultative approach to improving kidney health outcomes in the North West region of Queensland. The North West Hospital and Health Service (NWHHS) covers an area of over 300,000 square kilometres and services the rural and remote communities within North Western Queensland and the Gulf of Carpentaria. It includes the city of Mount Isa and the towns and areas of Burketown, Camooweal, Cloncurry, Dajarra, Doomadgee, Julia Creek, Karumba, Normanton and Mornington Island. The district has a population of over 34,000 people, 22% of whom are Indigenous. Full report here.
CKD and ANAEMIA
Synopsis: CKD.QLD Haem Report “A report on the haematologic profiles of patients with chronic kidney diseaseat a leading Queensland metropolitan kidney health service. Funded by Amgen Australia. Amgen_Haem_Report_FINAL_14May15
KIDNEY SUPPORTIVE CARE
Synopsis: “The impact of hospitalization and costs of proactive planning for conservative treatment, without dialysis, in selected patients with advanced kidney disease. AusHSI_Summary Report_4May2015