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Research in Kidney Transplantation

There is an international study on kidney disease under way and YOU can help!

We encourage you to share the information about this survey with others in the renal community. Information about the details and registration to participate in the survey can be found by clicking on the link below.

Have your say on what outcomes are important for research in kidney transplantation!

You are invited to take part in an international survey that aims to find out what effects of treatment and care (also known as outcomes) are important to patients, family members, and health professionals.

This will help to ensure that clinical trials in kidney transplantation include outcomes that are important and relevant to as many people as possible.

This survey, called a Delphi survey, is designed to get everyone’s opinion and to try to reach agreement on the most important outcomes to be included in research in kidney transplantation.

The Delphi survey involves three short (10 minute) online surveys during March to June 2016. The surveys will ask you to rate the importance of different outcomes for people who have a kidney transplant.

Please register your email before 31st March 2016 at:


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