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Chronic Kidney Disease Resource List for Public Health Quick Links

This resource list has information for State Departments of Health and their partners on chronic kidney disease (CKD). NACDD currently does not have a CKD Council; however, NACDD's Diabetes and Cardiovascular Councils address the two leading causes of CKD and Kidney Failure - diabetes and hypertension. 


National Organization Resources
NACDD Resources
State Resources
NACDD Webinars that Address Chronic Kidney Disease

 

National Organization Resources

The National Kidney Disease Education Program

The National Kidney Disease Education Program (NKDEP) works to reduce the burden of CKD, especially among communities most impacted by the disease. Established in 2000, NKDEP aims to improve early detection of CKD, facilitate identification of patients at greatest risk for progression to kidney failure, promote evidence-based interventions to slow progression of CKD, and support the coordination of Federal responses to CKD.

To achieve its goals, NKDEP works in collaboration with a range of government, nonprofit, and health care organizations to:

State Health Department Staff can contact Eileen Newman (eileen.newman@nih.gov), the Associate Director of NKDEP, for NKDEP’s assistance in providing kidney health information on your website, social media messaging, and co-branding materials.

 

The Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Surveillance System

TheCKD Surveillance System documents the burden of CKD and its risk factors in the U.S. population over time and tracks the progress of our efforts to prevent, detect, and manage CKD. It also provides the means for evaluating, monitoring, and implementing quality improvement efforts by both federal and nonfederal agencies. State level data for some indicators are available. This website also has the National Chronic Kidney Disease Fact Sheet 2014.


Chronic Kidney Disease Initiative 

The Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Initiative, a part of the Center for Disease Prevention and Control, is designed to provide comprehensive public health strategies for promoting kidney health. These strategies seek to prevent and control risk factors for CKD, to raise awareness, to promote early diagnosis, and to improve outcomes and quality of life for those living with CKD.

 
National Kidney Foundation

The National Kidney Foundation is the leading organization in the U.S. dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease for hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals, millions of patients and their families, and tens of millions of Americans at risk.

 

NACDD Resources

Diabetes Leadership Initiative

The Diabetes Leadership Initiative (DLI), a project of the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors, 2011-2013, was designed to improve the health of people with diabetes by building awareness of the need to detect, delay and manage diabetes complications, including diabetic kidney disease. 


State Resources

Michigan Primary Care Snapshots 

Management of Chronic Kidney Disease are five, short videos designed to offer providers quick, pertinent and practical information on the clinical management of CKD. The series is based on the book, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD): Clinical Practice Recommendations for Primary Care Physicians and Healthcare Providers, 6th Edition, and hosted by the book's editors and authors Drs. Gregory Krol (primary care physician) and Jerry Yee (nephrologist). The video series was developed as a component of a National Association of Chronic Disease Directors’ demonstration project with technical assistance and support from the Michigan Department of Community Health's Diabetes and Other Chronic Diseases section.

 

Texas Department of State Health Services
Texas Chronic Kidney Disease Task Force developed reports on Chronic Kidney Disease in 2009, 2011, and 2013, Addressing Chronic Kidney Disease in Texas. The Task Force reports can be found on the Texas Department of State Health Services website. 

 

NACDD Webinars Addressing CKD for State Department of Health Staff

March 12, 2014

National Kidney Month - Addressing Chronic Kidney Disease in People with Multiple Chronic Conditions

Agenda
Presenter Biography
Presentation - Dr. Andrew Narva
View Recorded Webinar

 

February, 2009
View presentations given to State Departments of Health staff working on diabetes and cardiovascular strategies, February 2009

Dr. Leanna Tyshler - Treat the kidneys to save the heart
Dr. Joseph Vassalotti - National Kidney Foundation CKD Activities

 

 

DSME     Quick Links

Diabetes Self-Management Education Resource 

This resource list is to assist Diabetes Prevention and Control Programs and their partners in identifying and locating resources relevant to increasing access to sustainable diabetes self-management education and support services. This resource list is not meant to be comprehensive, but rather selective so that viewers can learn efficiently about the most useful resources. 



Training
Curriculum Resources
Comparisons among DSME, DSMP, and CDSMP
AADE Accreditation and ADA Recognition
Reimbursement
Success Stories
Publications
Underserved Populations
Provide 

DSME     Quick Links

Diabetes Self-Management Education Resource 

This resource list is to assist Diabetes Prevention and Control Programs and their partners in identifying and locating resources relevant to increasing access to sustainable diabetes self-management education and support services. This resource list is not meant to be comprehensive, but rather selective so that viewers can learn efficiently about the most useful resources. 



Training
Curriculum Resources
Comparisons among DSME, DSMP, and CDSMP
AADE Accreditation and ADA Recognition
Reimbursement
Success Stories
Publications
Underserved Populations
Provide 


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