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We work with health organisations and committees representing clinical and consumer views to address issues in the provision of kidney health care
Our collaborative partners
The Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology is a not-for profit organisation representing the interests of health professionals committed to the prevention and treatment of kidney disease.
Through the ANZSN, members support a range of research, education, and clinical care initiatives to promote evidenced based practice and quality outcomes for patients in Australia, New Zealand and our region
The Organ and Tissue Authority (OTA) works with states and territories, clinicians, the community sector, and the general public to deliver the Australian Government’s national program to improve organ and tissue donation and transplantation outcomes in Australia.
Australia's health system includes a vibrant health charity sector and the Australian Patient Organisation Network (APON) was convened to support the sector and strengthen its impact through collaboration.
BEAT-CKD is a collaborative research program that aims to improve the lives of people living with chronic kidney disease in Australia and globally by generating high-quality research evidence to inform healthcare decisions made by patients, health professionals, and policy makers. BEAT-CKD addresses the entire spectrum of CKD, from early stage chronic kidney disease, through to dialysis, and kidney transplantation.
CARI Guidelines seeks to improve the quality of care and outcomes for patients with kidney disease in Australia & New Zealand by facilitating the development and implementation of clinical practice guidelines based on the best available evidence and effectiveness.
The ACDPA brings together five leading non-government health organisations to prevent chronic disease in Australia.
Cancer Council Australia, Diabetes Australia, National Heart Foundation of Australia, Kidney Health Australia, and the Stroke Foundation work together to collectively advocate for prevention, integrated risk assessment and effective management of chronic disease risk. This includes:
Increasing physical activity and decreasing sedentary behaviour
Reducing unhealthy weight at a population level
Increasing health checks
Chronic diseases are Australia’s greatest health challenge, and leading cause of illness, disability, and death. However, much burden could be prevented by addressing modifiable risk factors and providing support to manage disease risk.