The Kidney Quarterly is a new publication dedicated to stories that highlight the Can-SOLVE CKD Network’s impact on Canadian kidney health research. Check out the latest issues below!

Issue 1 | March 2021

  • New Tool Provides Unprecedented Self-Management Support
  • Gwen Herrington Discusses the Importance of Self-Management
  • Patient Voices: Living Well with Kidney Disease
  • Video: Patient Engagement in Action
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Issue 2 | June 2021

  • A message from the Indigenous Peoples’ Engagement and Research Council
  • Webinar series aims to inspire a deeper understanding of land acknowledgments
  • Kidney Check program explores safe ways of engaging Indigenous communities during COVID-19
  • Transplant Ambassadors break down barriers to living kidney donation
  • Patient Profile: Mary Beaucage
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Issue 3 | September 2021

  • New symptom assessment tool will improve care for kids with kidney disease
  • Patients and families at the heart of new research to control diabetes in teens
  • Can a new treatment for controlling blood sugar prevent kidney disease in teens?
  • Patient Profile: Manuel Escoto
  • Research with Impact
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Issue 4 | January 2022

  • As we celebrate the achievements of our first phase and set course for the next step of our journey, we reflect on some of the ways Can-SOLVE CKD transformed Canada’s kidney research landscape.
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Issue 5 | March 2022

  • To mark World Kidney Day 2022, we are pleased to share highlights of our work that are bridging knowledge gaps in support of better kidney health.
  • Treating kidney disease with precision
  • New tool finds the right medicine for better kidney health
  • Addressing the knowledge gaps that affect Indigenous peoples’ care
  • Demystifying knowledge translation
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Issue 6 | June 2022

  • Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples’ Day
  • Cultural Competency Knowledge Bundle
  • Indigenous Peoples’ Engagement and Research Council mobilizes Indigenous voices and approaches
  • Remembering Howard Vincent and striving for Reconciliation
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