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In collaboration with Mobile Health, we have recorded a number of renal education videos. 

Watch the recorded webinar below from start to finish.

To claim your professional development hours, click on the 'claim a certificate' button. This will send you a quick quiz about the webinar, once answered a certificate will be generated for you.

Kidney Health for all (1 hr webinar)

Mar 14, 2023
Dr Andy Salmon, Kidney Health New Zealand Medical Advisor

Updates on CKD detection, management & guidelines covering World Kidney Day 2023 key themes:

  • Dr Andy Salmon, webinar on Kidney Health for AllSupporting the vulnerable
    • CKD detection in high-risk groups
    • CKD management to slow progression
    • High-risk CKD – when to refer to renal services
  • Preparing for the unexpected
    • Acute Kidney Injury
    • CKD complications

The “low down” on hypertension (52 minute webinar)

Sep 13, 2022 
Dr Jasmine Tan, Endocrinologist and Nephrologist, Auckland and Counties DHBs, Te Whatu Ora

What does the new hypertension guidelines mean for your patients

  • Hypertension management in special populations such as: patients with diabetes; patients with chronic kidney disease, and elderly patients
  • Resistant hypertension and screening for secondary causes
  • Non-pharmacological therapies for reducing blood pressure.


Detecting and managing CKD and AKI in general practice (1 hour webinar)

March 29, 2022
Erica Fairbank & Becs Hayston, Kidney Health New Zealand Renal Educators

  • Detecting & Managing CKD & AKI in the General Practice

    Risk factors for CKD and AKI
  • The common causes of renal failure,
  • Understanding the recommendations for the detection and staging of CKD
  • Case study CKD
  • Case study AKI
  • Understanding when to use a referral

Supporting chronic kidney disease management in primary care (54 minute webinar)

March 21, 2022
Dr Andy Salmon, Kidney Health New Zealand Medical Advisor

  • Supporting Chronic Kidney Disease Management in Primary CareUpdated definitions of CKD
  • Identifying high-risk CKD
  • Strategies to slow progression of CKD
  • When and why to refer CKD cases to hospital renal service
  • Acute Kidney Injury in primary care
  • New developments in CKD for the primary care team

Nutrition for those with Chronic Kidney Disease (1 hour webinar)

September 22, 2021
Jennifer Robb, Renal Dietician for Nutrition and Dietetics, Auckland District Health Board

  • Nutrition for those with Chronic Kidney DiseaseChronic Kidney disease – what’s the latest evidence and what does this mean for patients?
  • Protein foods – what type and amount for people with CKD
  • What to say when patients ask about foods containing potassium and phosphate
  • Micronutrients – a summary
  • Preventing malnutrition in people with kidney disease
  • Popular diets and kidney disease

Chronic Kidney Disease (56 minute webinar)

Chronic Kidney Disease

August 6, 2020
Carmel Gregan-Ford, past Kidney Health New Zealand Renal Educator

  • Nine major risk factors
  • Detection and staging of CKD
  • Testing and management as part of long-term condition.