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My role as the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Specialist Nurse is to help patients who may require some form of renal replacement therapy (life with a transplant or dialysis) at some point in their lifetime. 

Once an individual's kidney function drops below 20%, I would either visit that person in their own home or invite them to the Norfolk and Norwich Kidney Centre so we can have a face to face discussion about their options in the event that their kidney function deteriorates further to the point of needing treatment.

We can talk about the following things:

What your kidneys do in the body

Lifestyle modifications to maintain your current kidney function

Transplantation (if suitable)

Types of dialysis

Conservative management (not having dialysis ever)

I also facilitate information workshops, drop-in sessions and organise a peer mentoring system.

Please click on the 'Events' button below for further information.



I will be here to support you to make a decision when it comes to what treatment option you choose. 

Please don't hesitate to contact me - no question is silly and we can discuss things as much or as little as you like. 

This is about deciding what suits your lifestyle the best - we want you to dialyse to live, not live to dialyse.

~ Please note I usually work Monday-Friday 07.00 - 15.00 hrs ~

If you would like to leave some feedback about your educational experience, please click on the below links. We want to make the service as good as possible for you. 

Please only carry out these surveys if you have been seen by the Education Nurse.

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