Sessions will be held every other Wednesdays from 12-1:00pm ET
To increase the capacity of community-based clinicians in Virginia to screen, diagnose, and manage patients with chronic kidney disease in their own practice through telementoring from specialists and case collaboration with a network of peers.
The key skills participants will take away include screening for chronic kidney disease with evidence-based, up to date screening tools. Participants will have access to a library of resources including the presentation given by the specialist presenter which can be referenced to enhance patient care.
|1 - Framing the Issue: Epidemiology of CKD in Virginia||11/18/2020|
|2 - The Kidney Profile: 2 Labs, 1 Test||12/2/2020|
|3 - eGFR in Primary Care||12/9/2020|
|4 - Albuminuria in Primary Care||12/16/2020|
|5 - Impact of COVID on the Kidneys||1/21/2021|
|6 - Educational Tools and Resources to Share with Patient||4/28/2021|
|7 - Diagnosing Diabetic Kidney Disease with Confidence||5/12/2021|
|8 - Lifestyle Modifications and Dietary Guidelines for Diabetes Prevention||5/26/2021|
|9 - Role of SGLT2 Inhibitors in Managing CKD||6/9/2021|
|10 - Acute Kidney Injury: Prevention and Management Post-AKI||6/23/2021|
|11 - Nutrition Guidelines for CKD for Nutrition Professionals||7/14/2021|
|12 - Innovations in Pharmacology and Nephrotoxic Drugs||7/21/2021|