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Audit and research in renal end of life care 

Audit and research in renal end of life care
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Audit and research in renal end of life care
Author(s):

Edwina Brown

, Fliss Murtagh

, Emma Murphy

, and Max Watson

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199695690.003.0017
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date: 10 December 2019

Why audit and research are important 348

Linking audit and research to existing expertise 350

Data sources 352

Challenges in end of life research 356

Further reading 358

It is only recently that end of life care in advanced kidney disease has been recognized as an important area of practice in its own right. For this reason, systematic study has so far been limited, and undertaking further audit and research is a critically important part of advancing practice and improving quality of care for patients and families. Specifically, the nephrology community needs to know more about:...

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