Great to see the BRS looking at exercise in CKD
Picking up on the workshop run by Charlie Tomson at the Green Nephrology Summit last month on opportunities for primary and secondary prevention in kidney care, I was really glad to find that the British Renal Society has a Rehab Network, and that they are looking at the provision of exercise services for patients with CKD in the UK!
They are running a survey aimed at all members of the multidisciplinary team:
On behalf of the British Renal Society, and the British Renal Society Rehab Network (BRS RN), we are asking you to lend a few moments of your time to answer a short survey monkey poll about exercise in Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). This is our first survey of our membership, so both in terms of the importance of the topic and as a test of how we communicate with you, this is an important milestone.
The survey, aimed at all members of the multidisciplinary team, should not take more than 5-6 minutes to complete. Please use this opportunity to help inform us of the current provision of exercise services for patients with CKD in the UK. Our vision is to make exercise accessible to all patients with CKD within the UK, and this will only be possible to tackle once we understand the full picture.
We really appreciate your time and assistance with this.
Here is the link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7MYHGQZ
Richard Fluck ( President, BRS)
Sharlene Greenwood, (Chair of the BRS RN)