Clinical caregivers are central to advances for patients with kidney diseases. As key stakeholders, clinicians can increase awareness and participation in the KPMP. Readily available study information and videos of patient experiences are provided to bring the KPMP to a broad clinical community.
KPMP enrolls participants with CKD or AKI. CKD participants may have diabetic kidney disease or hypertensive kidney disease. Inclusion criteria for each study cohort and the general exclusion critieria is listed below.
Diabetic Kidney Disease (Type 1 or 2)
Hypertensive Kidney Disease
Acute Kidney Injury
Healthy Reference Groups
KPMP participants are asked to do the following:
Information about the study for clinicians
Informational brochure for patients
Frequently asked questions for patients
KPMP Overview Powerpoint presentation
Talking points brochure for clinicians with AKI patients
Talking points brochure for clinicians with CKD patients
If you have a patient who would be a good candidate for KPMP, you can reach out to your nearest study center for more information.
Sushrut Waikar, MD, MPH
Sylvia Rosas, MD
Leslie Cooperman, RN
John Sedor, MD
Miguel Vasquez, MD
F. Perry Wilson, MD
Pam Corona Villalobos, MD
Chirag Parikh, MD, PhD
Karla Mehl, MD
Andrew Bomback, MD, MPH
Paul Palevsky, MD
We value the input of clinicians as we work to grow our study. The KPMP Community Engagement Committee is made up of KPMP site members,patient partners, ethicists and community clinicians. The group meets monthly to receive updates on the study and discuss issues of interest.
If you are interested in participating in the KPMP Community Engagement Committee, please reach out to Ashveena Dighe (email@example.com)
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