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- 4/6/2020
In this time of Covid-19, healthcare professionals are very stressed, and both staff and people who require dialysis care need to be supportive of one another. To increase the supply of comfort and empathy, the executive committee of the Coalition for Supportive Care of Kidney Patients is working to get the right words to dialysis clinic personnel. Listen in to this show to learn coping mechanisms at this critical juncture to help alleviate anxiety.
Source: Renal Support Network (KidneyTalk - An Online Radio Show By Renal Support Network)

- 4/6/2020
Now more than ever it is important to avoid a hospital stay. Some hospitals are already at or near capacity and many are concerned about shortages ahead of expected coronavirus cases. You can help yourself and your local healthcare system by making sure that you remain as healthy as possible. Learn about the most common causes of hospitalization in people requiring dialysis and what to do to stay safe.
Source: Renal Support Network (KidneyTalk - An Online Radio Show By Renal Support Network)

- 3/26/2020
Jennifer Parker, RDN, CSR, LDN, is the Lead Dietitian at Fresenius Kidney Care. Today we learn from her about the new renal diet guidelines that are soon to be released. Jennifer and Lori discuss how you can stick to your recommended diet and still enjoy meals. Listen in to this show to find out what is back on the "good" list, and more.
Source: Renal Support Network (KidneyTalk - An Online Radio Show By Renal Support Network)

- 3/23/2020
Tim Atkins grew up with kidney disease. His 41 years on dialysis has not stopped Tim from visualizing his dreams and passionately pursuing them. His adventurous lifestyle, while on home dialysis, has taken him to many places. While enjoying a career in broadcast radio, Tim lived in the Virgin Islands and traveled across the U.S. in an RV with his dialysis machine in tow. Listen in to hear why home hemodialysis works so well for Tim, as he shares his tips to success for living the dream.
Source: Renal Support Network (KidneyTalk - An Online Radio Show By Renal Support Network)

- 2/20/2020
People who need dialysis often spend so much time at a clinic that they, and the staff, view each other as friends instead of maintaining a professional relationship. Eileen Rhodes, Patient Services Director at the ESRD Network 18, shares why this can lead to crossing important boundaries. Maintaining a high level of care requires everyone to stay on the same page and understand the boundaries of a patient/staff relationship. Lori and Eileen discuss this topic in detail and offer tips for everyone in a clinical setting to remember. Tune in to learn how to advocate for yourself, as a patient in these situations and, if necessary, start resolving these issues.
Source: Renal Support Network (KidneyTalk - An Online Radio Show By Renal Support Network)

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