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Cette série vidéo en 6 parties décrit le processus de transplantation rénale où des prestataires de soins de santé partagent leurs connaissances, et des personnes vivant avec une maladie rénale font part de leurs expériences. Nous espérons que ces vidéos vous aideront à apprendre comment faire de votre transplantation une réussite.

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What is health research?

With this new project, the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) aims to demonstrate the role and value of health research in new and accessible ways. This resource describes on biomedical, clinical, health services, and social, cultural, environmental, and population health research.

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Kidney Wellness Hub

The Kidney Foundation's Kidney Wellness Hub was developed to support the health and well-being of kidney patients and their support networks. It was designed to meet kidney families wherever they are on their kidney journey, and it’s an online site that members of the kidney community say serves a …

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Glomerulonephritis Web Page for BC Patients

BC Renal now has a web page focused on addressing the needs of approximately 6,000 British Columbians living with glomerulonephritis (GN). Many of these individuals would typically look to information based in the United States and elsewhere, which isn’t always relevant, so a BC resource better add…

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Step-by-Step Resources for Living Donor Kidney Transplants

BC Renal and BC Transplant have launched matching web pages with newly developed step-by-step resources for living donor kidney transplants.
 
The resources are aimed at people facing kidney failure who would like to learn more about kidney transplants and how to try to find a living donor. Infor…
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ADPKD Self-Management Resources: Pain and More

For people living with autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD), BC Renal has a number of self-management resources, including two for pain:
 
 
These resources wer…
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Patient guide on cannabis sheds light for kidney patients seeking relief

Medical cannabis in patients with chronic kidney disease is a 16-page guide written in a conversational “questions and answers” format. The publication, which came to life following a Kidney Care Clinic “lunch and learn” two years ago, begins with a straightforward question: “What are cannabinoids?…
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The Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Wellness Hub

The Kidney Foundation has created a unique and FREE online platform to help support the physical, mental, social and spiritual wellbeing of kidney patients and caregivers. Wherever you are on your kidney journey — newly diagnosed with kidney disease, living with reduced kidney function, on dialysis…

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Canadian Society of Transplantation Statement on Monkeypox

Disclaimer
The field is rapidly evolving, and as such, some of the guidance might change over time. Any clinical decisions should be made in consideration of the latest available information.

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These guidelines were written by the Canadian Society of Transplantation’s Transplant Infectious…

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TransplantLyfe

Built by patients for patients, www.transplantlyfe.com is Lyfebulb's peer-to-peer connectivity platform for transplant recipients, donors and care partners that enables users to connect on a personal level under the shared topic of transplantation. Interested people are able to share experiences, e…

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Engaging beyond the usual suspects: Challenges and opportunities from the patient perspective

Dr. Tamara L. McCarron, Karen Moffat, Heather Martens, Nancy Verdin Learning objectives:

1. Discuss the role of patient in health research

2. Consider ways to implement meaningful patient engagement to reduce inequities 3.

Explore engagement challenges in health research from the patient perspec…

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Exploring the promise of cardiac rehabilitation for the pediatric transplant population

Learning Objectives:

* Recognize current limitations in exercise capacity and physical activity for pediatric transplant recipients

* Review potential impacts of cardiac rehabilitation in pediatric transplant recipients

* Review current work aiming to evaluate exercise interventions in pediatric…

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Taking Life-Saving Medications? Ask for a Care Plan!

Anyone who takes life-saving medications should have a care plan. A care plan is a way to share important medical and medication information, as well as steps to take in an emergency. It can be valuable to the individual, their support team, and new health care providers.

SafeMedicationUse.ca has …

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COVID-19 pre-exposure prophylaxis (prevention) with monoclonal antibodies

During this webinar, participants learned about the need for monoclonal antibodies for the prevention of COVID-19 in specific populations and presenters discussed the science of monoclonal antibodies and explained the eligibility criteria to receive monoclonal antibodies.

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Explore Health Stories: The Value of Digital Storytelling to Amplify the Patient Voice

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Organ and Tissue Education (K-12)

Created by Canadian Blood Services in collaboration with Canada’s organ and tissue donation and transplant organizations, this portal collects and shares age-appropriate, easy-to-access and easy-to-use teaching resources for teachers, parents and students from K-12. The goal is to spark interest in…

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Organ Donation After Death

There are two types of organ donation in B.C. —deceased donation and living donation. In order to be a deceased organ donor in BC, a person needs to be in an intensive care unit (ICU) and on a ventilator (breathing machine). Donation is only considered after all life-saving methods to save a patien…
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Transplant recipients moving to/from BC

Specialized post-transplant care is essential for all transplant recipients. This resource from BC Transplant outlines some of the important steps to consider when planning a move to or from B.C.

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Communicating with the Family of your Organ Donor

Some transplant recipients write to their donor family to express their gratitude. The decision to write to your donor family is a personal choice, but your words can often help families cope with the loss of their loved one. Throughout your transplant journey, it is normal to experience a range of…

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