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The Kidney & Transplant Symposium has been bringing renal professionals together for over ten years, equipping them with solid tools needed to deliver premium care for kidney patients of all ages. This day provides quality education to healthcare professionals. Topics that will be discussed include the latest medical advances and best practices in the treatment and care of kidney disease dialysis, transplantation, and organ donation to help improve patient outcomes. Earn up to 10 CME credits.
2022 Kidney & Transplant Symposium
Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Quest Conference Center
Partnered with Black K.A.R.E and The Links Incorporated, Dayton Chapter
Join us for a FREE virtual program about Kidney Health! Whether you think you’re at risk or not, join us to learn about:
- What kidneys do
- How to stay healthy and protect your kidneys
- How kidney disease impacts people
- COVID-19 and kidney health
- and much more!
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January 25th 6PM — More Information
Finding a Living Donor
Free Virtual Workshop
Finding a Living Donor is a free 2-hour webinar designed to help kidney patients on the waiting list for a transplant find a living donor. Open to kidney patients, family members, friends, and potential living donors, this workshop will provide interactive education about living donation and transplant, and teach the best, most effective strategies and tips for finding a living donor.
First Steps to Transplant
Free Virtual Workshop
Are you a kidney patient – or a family member or friend of one – that wants to learn more about getting a kidney transplant? Or are you interested in learning more about donating a kidney to someone in need of a transplant?
This program is for you! In this free webinar from the National Kidney Foundation, you will:
- Learn what’s involved in receiving a kidney transplant
- Find out what you need to know if you’re thinking about donating a kidney
- Hear personal stories from kidney transplant recipients and living donors
The Kidney Walk is the nation's largest walk to fight kidney disease. Held in nearly 100 communities, the event raises awareness and funds lifesaving programs that educate and support patients, their families and those at risk. Take a lifesaving step today and sign up for a walk.
Each video posted will address some common questions by patients, caregivers and update providers and other health professionals on best practices and recommendations for caring for patients with chronic kidney disease. Furthermore, this series will address the health disparities present in patients with chronic kidney disease.
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Get help navigating the challenges of kidney disease, organ donation and transplantation.
Your unwanted, unused, and unneeded clothing and other household items can assist our programs. The National Kidney Foundation Serving Ohio has established a relationship with National Kidney Services, Inc., a Columbus, Ohio for profit corporation. Outsourcing the management of this program to Ohio Thrift Stores has been a part of fundraising efforts since 1988. Customers in the Columbus, Springfield, Dayton, Delaware, Washington Court House, Lancaster and surrounding areas wishing to participate may drop off or schedule a pickup and receive a tax deductible receipt for their useable items. The donations are sold to Ohio Thrift Stores and the proceeds are used to help fund NKF Serving Ohio's programs and services. For more information on the clothing donation program please visit http://nkfpickup.com or contact National Kidney Services at 614.351.2900 or 888-780-0789 (Dayton area residents only).