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  1. Sources of further information and reading list Section J

  2. Objectives and background for this learning resource Introduction: This learning resource has been developed as part of a medical education initiative supported by Janssen. The content of this slide kit has been developed by an advisory board of renal physicians, GPs and specialist nurses. The panel of experts includes members of the British Renal Society Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Strategy Group. Bedrock Healthcare, a medical communications agency, has provided editorial support in developing the content; Janssen has reviewed the content for technical accuracy. Educational objectives: • To provide clear and applicable clinical guidance on chronic kidney disease (CKD) in people with type 2 diabetes to primary care healthcare professionals • To advise primary healthcare professionals on what people with diabetes need to know about their own condition with relation to CKD Usability objectives: • To provide essential, relevant and up to date information in concise presentations • To enable primary healthcare professionals to locate, select and use the content of the learning resource, as appropriate to their needs • To enable secondary care experts in CKD to refer their primary care colleagues to the resource

  3. Contents overview This learning resource comprises the following 10 sections (A-E):

  4. Contents overview (cont.) This learning resource comprises the following 10 sections (F-J):

  5. Section J – key learning objective • Direction to sources of further information on CKD in people with type 2 diabetes

  6. Relevant guidelines • KDIGO Guidelines 2012http://www.kdigo.org/clinical_practice_guidelines/pdf/CKD/KDIGO_2012_CKD_GL.pdf • NICE Type 2 Diabetes Guidelines (CG87 issued 2009, modified July 2014)http://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg87 • NICE CKD Guidelines (CG182 issued July 2014)http://www.nice.org.uk/Guidance/CG182 • NICE: Acute Kidney Injury Guidelines 2013http://guidance.nice.org.uk/CG/Wave24/10/Consultation/Latest • UK Renal Association CKD Guidelines 2011http://www.renal.org/docs/default-source/guidelines-resources/Detection_Monitoring_and_Care_of_Patients_with_CKD_-_Final_Version_28_February_2011.pdf?sfvrsn=0 • Management of hyperglycaemia in type 2 diabetes, 2015: A patient centred approach: Update to a Position Statement of the ADA and the EASDhttp://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/38/1/140.full.pdf All websites last accessed on 14.1.15

  7. Printed resources • Understanding Chronic Kidney Disease – a guide for the non specialist:Robert Lewis, 2012, MK Publishing • Oxford handbook of Renal Nursing:A Mahon, K Jenkins, L Burnapp, 2013, Oxford University Press • Renal Nursing (4th edition):N Thomas, 2014, John Wiley & Sons Ltd

  8. Useful online resources • Chronic Kidney Disease – A Guide for Primary Carewww.ckdonline.org • British Renal Society CKD Strategy Grouphttp://www.britishrenal.org/CKD-Forum.aspx • Renal Associationhttp://www.renal.org • Blood Pressure Associationhttp://www.bpassoc.org.uk • National Kidney Federationhttp://www.kidney.org.uk • Primary Care Diabetes Societyhttp://www.pcdsociety.org • Diabetes UK professional sitehttp://www.diabetes.org.uk/Professionals/ • Janssen Diabetes Forumhttp://www.janssendiabetes.co.uk All websites last accessed on 14.1.15

  9. Section J – summary • Our understanding of diabetic kidney disease and its management is evolving • It is important to stay up-to-date to ensure your patients receive optimum treatment