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Good practice day: AKI

24th April, 2017

National Metalforming Centre

Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) is seen in up to 18% of allpatients admitted to hospital with older adults being particularlyaffected.  The costs to the NHS areestimated at between £434 million and £620 million per year. This study day hasbeen designed to give healthcare professionals a better understanding of thisimportant clinical issue.

Beginning with anoverview from NHS England on the size of problem and why it is an issue, theprogramme will then focus on the local picture in the West Midlands, andinclude a session on what drugs are involved in AKI.

The interactive afternoon sessions will involve use of case studies todevelop strategies to identify patients at risk, and care plans for AKIpatients following discharge from hospital. As always, there will be lots of opportunity for delegates to sharetheir own experiences and examples of best practice.

This is a freeevent for healthcare professionals associated with CCGs subscribing to theKeele Prescribing Support Service. It will be of interest to all healthcareclinicians involved in medicines optimisation, particularly in older people andin patients where there is poly-pharmacy. 

The agenda for the day is here.

Presentations for the day:

AKI - Dudley CCG

Actions for commissioning teams slides

Overview of Think kidneys programme

UHNM AKI Strategy & Guidelines

UHNM AKI Clinical aspects and medicines involved

Recordings of the presentations available to Subscribers.

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