Shirley and her CaMKIN experience

Shirley and her CaMKIN experience

Blog from a CaMKIN member, Shirley and her CaMKIN experience. I first heard of “CaMKIN” through a mutual friend so I requested to join the group, which led me to attending the Coffee and Cake meet up on 29.06.19 at Café Lucaya in Liverpool. I attended the group event and was really happy to meet[…]

Escape Pain

  Escape Pain Dear All I wanted to share an initiative that I have only recently heard of called “Escape Pain”.  This has got a web site at https:\\escape-pain.org It is a brilliant rehabilitation programme for people with chronic joint pain, usually arthritis of the knees and/or hips.  What it has been really good at,[…]

Giving a Gift

Spare Kidney: Good Working Order

Spare Kidney:  GWO Even though I had been a renal nurse for many years it had never occurred to me that I could be a live kidney donor in the paired/pool scheme.  My only experience of live donation had been through patients whose family or friends had donated. While working as a Renal Therapy specialist[…]

Tandoori Bites

Tandoori Bites

In our continuing series of CKD friendly recipes from the renal dietitians at Salford Royal, Maggie Farragher has provided a recipe for Tandoori Bites. This recipe is nice to have if enjoying a barbecue during the summer. It is tasty and easy to make. Tandoori Bites Serves 4. Ingredients lean beef chopped into chunks –[…]

Piri Piri Chicken Burger

Piri Piri Chicken Burger

Piri piri chicken burger with spicy rice In her last recipe for July, Abbey Chapman, renal dietitian from Salford Royal, has adapted a recipe for those of you who like a little spice in their life, Piri Piri Chicken Burger with Spicy Rice.   Adapted from Asdagoodliving.co.uk Serves 4. Chicken with a kick. Ingredients FOR[…]

Kidney Peer Support – Patient Story

Kidney Peer Support – Patient Story Joan, a peritoneal dialysis patient at Salford Royal, writes about her experience of providing peer support and why she thinks it is a great idea. I was a happily married woman with three grown up step daughters whose life was dramatically changed one day in 2006 when, as I[…]

SRFT Renal Dept. Introduces Peer Support Network

Salford Royal’s renal team is introducing a Peer Support network so that patients with queries, looking for support or simply a conversation with someone with lived experience of CKD have access to a friendly contact.  If you think you’d like to help other patients in this way then please contact Peer Support Nurse Jane Ascott[…]

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