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PEAK provides advice to Kidney Health Australia on the best practice detection and management of kidney diseases, clinical and pharmacological developments in treating kidney disease, and produces recommendations for health professionals working in primary care. PEAK is composed of nephrologists, General Practitioners, renal nurses, primary care nurses, pharmacists, consumers and educators. We thank the members of PEAK for their ongoing commitment.
We partner with the Yarning Kidneys Advisory Group to facilitate consultations with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health experts, consumers, community members, service providers and peak bodies around Australia. Our goal is to ensure clinical guidelines are aligned with community preferences and needs.
Our Consumer Councils work at a national and state level to make a positive impact on the lives of people affected by kidney disease. Their purpose is to give people living with kidney disease a platform to speak up about issues and opportunities they are experiencing. It also provides a mechanism to provide feedback to us on a wide range of topics.
Our national Research Advisory Group is made up of some of Australia’s leading kidney health professionals and researchers, kidney consumers and people of influence. It provides ongoing input and support of Kidney Health Australia’s Research Strategy and Agenda. Together, we work to improve the lives of all people affected by kidney disease through the support of research.
Kidney Health Australia acknowledges the valuable contribution of its Clinical Youth Advisory Group. The Group not only champions the wellbeing of children and young adults affected by kidney disease, but also offers expert advice, guidance and support for across a range of unique activities and programs.
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