An expert-led, CME-accredited program aiming to bridge the gaps in the multidisciplinary management of chronic kidney disease (CKD). It looks at improving early diagnosis and staging, and discusses strategies for more collaborative and coordinated care in the different global regions.

This program is suitable for nephrologists, endocrinologists, cardiologists, primary care and any other healthcare professionals who form the multidisciplinary team for CKD and its comorbidities.

Screening, Diagnosis, and Initial Management

Early identification of CKD through screening, followed by accurate diagnosis and staging to inform the best treatment, offers the potential to significantly reduce the morbidity and mortality of this burdensome disease and its complications. Our interactive eLearning will guide you through the steps to reach an early and accurate diagnosis, and when to refer, using evidence-based algorithms and classification systems.

This is now available in multiple languages: French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese and Japanese.

This eLearning activity has been endorsed by KDIGO and PCDE.

Introduction to the Program

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is increasingly understood to be a global health problem but is often under-recognized by both patients and clinicians. This program aims to highlight the burden and unmet needs within CKD identification and management. It looks at the challenges to effective multidisciplinary management of CKD, including achieving early diagnosis and avoiding progression, and discusses how newer antidiabetic agents can be used to improve patient outcomes.