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Review of renal education material for clinicians, patients, and carers

Published 26 February 2021

In 2020, the Statewide Renal Clinical Network (SReCN) endorsed the formation of a Statewide Renal Education Working Group (SREG) to develop standardised, contemporary education material for clinicians, patients, and carers.


This will be done in partnership with the Queensland Health Clinical Skills Development Service, with the anticipated primary delivery method being eLearning. The SREG was convened late last year and includes consumers who have provided input both during meetings and out of session, through feedback on draft documentation.

The first subject course being developed is haemodialysis vascular access (arteriovenous fistulas and grafts), including but not limited to, introduction, pre and post-op considerations, discharge planning, cannulation, and ongoing care and maintenance.  

Material is being collated and the package will be available after Easter, with a short turnaround for feedback. We would welcome feedback from your organisation as stakeholder, appreciating the time and commitment this would entail.

If you have any queries, including any further background on the project, or you do wish to take part in this review process, please contact or

Last updated: 28 April 2021

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