Kidney Health Australia has been providing accredited education to primary care health professionals since 2001. Our education is focused on the detection and management of kidney disease, as well as the link between kidney disease and other chronic conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
All education activities are governed by an expert committee, called the Primary Care Education Advisory Committee for Kidney Health Australia (PEAK). This committee is comprised of prominent kidney specialists, general practitioners, primary healthcare nurses, educators, a renal nurse, a pharmacist and consumers.
Primary care education is offered in the following formats:
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The primary care education we offer could not be possible without the support of our sponsors and partners, listed below.
Kidney Health Australia education is accredited / endorsed for continuing professional development (CPD) with the following organisations:
*Kidney Health Australia is a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) education provider under the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) CPD program.
To participate in, or organise face-to-face or digital training sessions in your local area, please email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We coordinate our sessions by collaborating with local health organisations, primary care networks and renal healthcare teams.