New paper highlights Can-SOLVE CKD form and function

How exactly do you build a coast-to-coast kidney research network? A new publication in the Canadian Journal of Kidney Health and Disease outlines the multi-year process of launching Can-SOLVE CKD and describes the vital infrastructure it is creating for Canada’s kidney research community.

The paper, which is authored by the network’s steering committee and operations team, also details the extensive patient engagement efforts that have led to the recruitment of more than 75 patient partners and the formation of a robust Patient Council and Indigenous Peoples’ Engagement and Research Council.

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