Academy of Medical Royal Colleges; Acute Kidney Injury: A Competency Framework


Basic Concepts of Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy Book

BMJ summary article of the NICE AKI guideline

The Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) App, developed by NHS Kidney Care and the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Available for the iPad and Android mobile and tablets.

RCPE UK Consensus Conference on "Management of acute kidney injury: the role of fluids, e-alerts
and biomarkers

The Recognising and Responding to Acute Patient Illness and Deterioration (RRAPID) eBook and iPhone app, developed by the University of Leeds.

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BMJ Acute Kidney Injury e-learning module


Acute Kidney Injury Patient Care Initiative March 2014

 1. SCNAKIPCI - John Stoves

 2. The Cost of Ignoring AKI - Andy Lewington

 3. Patient Perspective - Suzie Hughes

 4. National AKI Programme - Richard Fluck

 5. Education - Russell Roberts

 6. Keeping the kidneys healthy: role of the cardiologist - Gill Payne

 7. Diabetes - Belinda Allan

 8. AKI e-alerts - Nick Selby