Bringing together patients, clinicians, renal technicians and others to share ideas for sustainable kidney care.

Please visit the Resources tab for published research papers, case studies, measurement tools, previous events and awards. For the latest updates and ways to get involved see live posts (below) and Events. Log in to comment on any of these or to post a new topic for discussion.

Read about the history of green nephrology and the new Sustainable Kidney Care committee on the CSH website.

Green Nephrology review article

John Agar and Katherine Barraclough have produced a fantastic review looking at the impacts of environmental change on kidney health as well as the environmental damage caused by kidney services (especially dialysis) and strategies to mitigate this. 

Nature Reviews Nephrology
February, 2020

Prescribing Movement resource

This toolkit gives you everything you need for a 1 minute, 5 minute and even more minute conversation, complete with step-by-step guides, behavioural change insights and all the evidence to back it up.

Moving Medicine
January, 2020

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Green Nephrology case studies

Case studies in Green Nephrology can be found on the Mapping Greener Healthcare site, using the link below. Projects to date range from waste reduction in haemodialysis to telephone and video clinics.

September, 2021

Greener AHP Hub

The Greener AHP Hub is a resource for Allied Health Professionals.  It provides information and clear actionable steps which AHPs can take to improve their own environmental sustainability. The hub complements the 

NHS England
October, 2021

Solar-Assisted Haemodialysis

This article by John Agar, Anthony Perkins and Alwie Tjipto (2012) highlights the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of using solar-assisted power in dialysis services. Please use the link below to access the article.

CJASN
October, 2021

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URGENT - COP26

HI

I wanted to say Hello! I'm Hayley Pinto - I have just joined CSH as the new Education and Training lead.

Hi everybody,please forgive...

Hi everybody, please forgive my not-perfect English, I try to do my best. I am Italian and work in a hemodialysis ward since 10 years. My never-solved problem is what the hell to do with Acid Concentrates (with or without acetic acid) leftovers. It's been discussed in my ward, there was a time when we just used to pour it into the sink, but some collegues moaned about the smell and eventual side effects for health. And now the hospital obliges us to put the bag with the leftovers and the used bicarbonate cartridges in a special bin which goes directly to the incineration ...

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