Promoting shared decision making for people with kidney failure

Study Lead

Dr. Ping Liu

University of Calgary

Overview

We are looking for additional patient partners to join our research team. Your unique insights and perspective are valuable to our research process. We aim to co-create decision support tools with tool users to help individuals with kidney failure and their caregivers decide how to treat kidney failure and its complications.

We recognize the important contributions of our patient partners with honoraria.

Eligibility

People who have lived experience with kidney failure, either as patients or as caregivers.

Type of Participation

Patient Partnership

Diagnosis

Chronic Kidney Disease

Location

All provinces and territories

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