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Collaborate  with the Kidney Supportive Care Research Group

ACP CRIO is an Alberta Innovates Health Solutions funded team of researchers and knowledge end-users working to support a transformational change in practice and healthcare culture around advance care planning and goals of car in Alberta, Canada.

Dr. Davison is a collaborative member of ACP CRIO taking the lead on studying the use of advanced care planning tools for encouraging patient participation in advanced care planning.

The AKDN is a collaborative network of Nephrology Researchers located in Calagary and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

The AKDN is focused on researching trends in the prevalence of kidney disease and quality of care for patients with kidney disease.  By implementing and evaluating care strategies the AKDN helps improve the health and well-being of individuals with kidney disease.

Dr. Davison is a collaborative member of the Alberta Kidney Disease Network.

Dignity in Care in an interdisciplinary research team, founded and lead by Dr. Harvey Chochinov, that focuses on providing practical ideas and tools to support a culture of compassion and respect throughout the health care system.

Dr. Davison is a collaborating member of the group, exploring the importance of patient dignity.

KDIGO is a global organization formed to develop and implement evidence based clinical guidelines to improve the care and outcomes of kidney disease patients worldwide.

Dr. Davison co-chaired the international working group for kidney supportive working towards the development of global practice guidelines.

The KHRG research team is a non-profit group at the University of Alberta, Canada,  housed in the Department of Medicine. Through patient-oriented research the KHRG strives to enhance the quality of care patients with kidney disease receive and improve ways to prevent the disease.

SONG is an international initiative to establish standardized outcome measures for kidney disease symptoms for clinical trials and other forms of research.  The outcomes are developed from collaboration with patient's, families, researchers, policy makers and all other relevant stakeholders.

Dr. Davison is a collaborative member of the SONG-HD Fatigue Expert Working Group developing standardized outcome measures for fatigue in hemodialysis patients.

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Vision: To help people enjoy life while living with advanced chronic kidney disease by becoming a world leader in kidney supportive care research and clinical innovation.

Kidney Supportive Care Research Group (KSCRG)  l  Mailing Address: 8-105 Clinical Sciences Building, University of Alberta, 11350 83 Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2G3  l  Email: kscrg@ualberta.ca  l  Phone: (780) 492-0926 l  Fax: (780) 407-8117