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Dr. Sofia Ahmed joins network as Sex and Gender Lead

Can-SOLVE CKD is committed to overcoming barriers to care that are driven by social health determinants, including sex and gender.

As part of this commitment, we are very pleased to welcome Dr. Sofia Ahmed to the network in the role of Sex and Gender Lead. Continue reading Dr. Sofia Ahmed joins network as Sex and Gender Lead

Learning to see with two eyes

Through the wisdom and guidance of our patient partners and Indigenous Peoples’ Engagement and Research Council, we are learning to incorporate Indigenous ways of knowing into our work. We recognize and embrace the importance of a “two-eyed seeing” approach that accounts for both Western and Indigenous perspectives. Continue reading Learning to see with two eyes

Seeking participants for CKD self-management study

 

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“Self-management support interventions for chronic kidney disease: Experiences, preferences, and needs of adult patients and their caregivers”

Participants are needed for an upcoming research study focused on self-management of chronic kidney disease. Continue reading Seeking participants for CKD self-management study

Patient presentations raise awareness across Canada

The Can-SOLVE CKD Network is proud to work with a diverse and talented group of patient partners who are not only valuable contributors to our research projects but also serve as ambassadors for the network. Continue reading Patient presentations raise awareness across Canada

New toolkit offers patient engagement tips

Patients bring a diverse range of skills, interests, and experiences to the research process. To help researchers enhance collaboration within their teams, we have developed a toolkit with recommendations for engaging patient partners. Continue reading New toolkit offers patient engagement tips

Can-SOLVE CKD Network members named to CIHR roles

Dr. Marcello Tonelli (left) and Dr. Norman Rosenblum (right)

The Can-SOLVE CKD Network congratulates Dr. Marcello Tonelli and Dr. Norman Rosenblum on their recent appointments to positions with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Continue reading Can-SOLVE CKD Network members named to CIHR roles