Connect your members with evidence-based kidney disease resources and tools to help them care for their patients and clients.
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Tools and Resources to Help Address Chronic Kidney Disease in Primary Care
The National Kidney Disease Education Program (NKDEP), a part of the National Institutes of Health, works to improve the identification of people with chronic kidney disease and promotes the implementation of evidence-based interventions, with the goal of reducing disparities and improving care.
Include this article about NKDEP and the many resources and materials it offers in your next newsletter to health care professionals.
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NKDEP works to reduce the burden of chronic kidney disease, especially among communities at risk. Watch videos, find free resources, and learn how you can do your part by visiting: nkdep.nih.gov.
#CKD is a growing public health problem in the US. [Name] supports @NarvaNKDEP & @NIH efforts to reduce its burden: nkdep.nih.gov.
NKDEP works to help people manage their #kidney health. Learn about the diagnosis & management of #kidneydisease: nkdep.nih.gov.
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Use these images in patient education materials to easily explain kidney disease, testing, and treatment. View larger image and right click to save. For more images, visit the NIDDK image library.
Some of the images that were created by NKDEP can also be downloaded and used in other materials at no charge. These images are located below with accompanying captions that you are welcome to use in your materials, newsletters, and other communications.
We do ask that you credit each illustration downloaded as follows: National Kidney Disease Education Program, National Institutes of Health.