Monthly Archives: July 2018

A Patient Perspective on Bayer Pharmaceutical’s First Clinical Trial Patient Retention Summit

By Cari Maxwell, Kidney Advocacy Committee member It was my privilege to be a guest speaker at Bayer Pharmaceuticals’ first Clinical Trial Patient Retention Summit in June 2018 near their headquarters in New Jersey. Bayer is constantly engaged in new … Continue reading

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Volunteering With The Local NKF Office On A Walk

By Curtis Warfield, Kidney Advocacy Committee member and transplant recipient The National Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Walk is an important event in every community that is fortunate to host one.  Not only does it raise funds for research programs; it also … Continue reading

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NKF Peers: Successful Model of Patient Engagement

By, Kelli Collins, MSW Vice President, Patient Engagement, National Kidney Foundation The National Kidney Foundation was invited to Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care (IPFCC) 8th Annual International Conference to present on its signature Peer Mentoring program. We were … Continue reading

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Reflections on my Experience at the Building Research Capacity in the Dialysis Community at the Local Level Workshop

By David White, Kidney Advocacy Committee member The “Building Research Capacity in the Dialysis Community at the Local Level” workshop was the first of its kind to focus exclusively on improving the research capacity of dialysis clinics. The workshop, funded … Continue reading

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