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TRANSITION BETWEEN DIFFERENT RENAL REPLACEMENT MODALITIES: GAPS IN KNOWLEDGE AND CARE-THE INTEGRATED RESEARCH INITIATIVE

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Patients with end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) have different options to replace the function of their failing kidneys. The "integrated care" model considers treatment pathways rather than individual renal replacement therapy (RRT) techniques. In such a paradigm, the optimal strategy to plan and enacttransitions between the different modalities is very relevant, but so far, only limited data on transitions have been published. Perspectives of patients, caregivers, and health professionals on the process of transitioning are even less well documented. Available literature suggests that poor coordination causes significant morbidity and mortality. This review briefly provides the background, development, and scope of the INTErnational Group Research Assessing Transition Effects in Dialysis (INTEGRATED) initiative. We summarize the literature on the transition between different RRT modalities. Further, we present an international research plan to quantify the epidemiology and to assess the qualitative aspects of transition between different modalities.
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PERITONEAL-DIALYSIS PATIENTS, TECHNIQUE FAILURE, TECHNIQUE SURVIVAL, HOME DIALYSIS, EARLY MORTALITY, HEMODIALYSIS, OUTCOMES, REGISTRY, PATIENT, MULTICENTER, Integrated care, planned/unplanned transitions, barriers, patient, beliefs, international, collaboration

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Chan, Christopher et al. “Transition Between Different Renal Replacement Modalities: Gaps in Knowledge and Care-the Integrated Research Initiative.” PERITONEAL DIALYSIS INTERNATIONAL 39.1 (2019): 4–12. Print.
APA
Chan, C., Combes, G., Davies, S., Finkelstein, F., Firanek, C., Gomez, R., Jager, K. J., et al. (2019). TRANSITION BETWEEN DIFFERENT RENAL REPLACEMENT MODALITIES: GAPS IN KNOWLEDGE AND CARE-THE INTEGRATED RESEARCH INITIATIVE. PERITONEAL DIALYSIS INTERNATIONAL, 39(1), 4–12.
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Chan, Christopher, Gill Combes, Simon Davies, Fred Finkelstein, Catherine Firanek, Rafael Gomez, Kitty J. Jager, et al. 2019. “Transition Between Different Renal Replacement Modalities: Gaps in Knowledge and Care-the Integrated Research Initiative.” Peritoneal Dialysis International 39 (1): 4–12.
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Chan, Christopher, Gill Combes, Simon Davies, Fred Finkelstein, Catherine Firanek, Rafael Gomez, Kitty J. Jager, Vivek Jha George, David W. Johnson, Mark Lambie, Magdalena Madero, Ikuto Masakane, Stephen McDonald, Madhukar Misra, Sandip Mitra, Thyago Moraes, Annie-Claire Nadeau-Fredette, Purna Mukhopadhyay, Jeff Perl, Ronald Pisani, Bruce Robinson, Dong-Ryeol Ryu, Rajiv Saran, James Sloand, Nidhi Sukul, Allison Tong, Cheuk-Chun Szeto, and Wim Van Biesen. 2019. “Transition Between Different Renal Replacement Modalities: Gaps in Knowledge and Care-the Integrated Research Initiative.” Peritoneal Dialysis International 39 (1): 4–12.
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Chan C, Combes G, Davies S, Finkelstein F, Firanek C, Gomez R, et al. TRANSITION BETWEEN DIFFERENT RENAL REPLACEMENT MODALITIES: GAPS IN KNOWLEDGE AND CARE-THE INTEGRATED RESEARCH INITIATIVE. PERITONEAL DIALYSIS INTERNATIONAL. Toronto: Multimed Inc; 2019;39(1):4–12.
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C. Chan et al., “TRANSITION BETWEEN DIFFERENT RENAL REPLACEMENT MODALITIES: GAPS IN KNOWLEDGE AND CARE-THE INTEGRATED RESEARCH INITIATIVE,” PERITONEAL DIALYSIS INTERNATIONAL, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 4–12, 2019.
@article{8622581,
  abstract     = {Patients with end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) have different options to replace the function of their failing kidneys. The "integrated care" model considers treatment pathways rather than individual renal replacement therapy (RRT) techniques. In such a paradigm, the optimal strategy to plan and enacttransitions between the different modalities is very relevant, but so far, only limited data on transitions have been published. Perspectives of patients, caregivers, and health professionals on the process of transitioning are even less well documented. Available literature suggests that poor coordination causes significant morbidity and mortality. This review briefly provides the background, development, and scope of the INTErnational Group Research Assessing Transition Effects in Dialysis (INTEGRATED) initiative. We summarize the literature on the transition between different RRT modalities. Further, we present an international research plan to quantify the epidemiology and to assess the qualitative aspects of transition between different modalities.},
  author       = {Chan, Christopher and Combes, Gill and Davies, Simon and Finkelstein, Fred and Firanek, Catherine and Gomez, Rafael and Jager, Kitty J. and George, Vivek Jha and Johnson, David W. and Lambie, Mark and Madero, Magdalena and Masakane, Ikuto and McDonald, Stephen and Misra, Madhukar and Mitra, Sandip and Moraes, Thyago and Nadeau-Fredette, Annie-Claire and Mukhopadhyay, Purna and Perl, Jeff and Pisani, Ronald and Robinson, Bruce and Ryu, Dong-Ryeol and Saran, Rajiv and Sloand, James and Sukul, Nidhi and Tong, Allison and Szeto, Cheuk-Chun and Van Biesen, Wim},
  issn         = {0896-8608},
  journal      = {PERITONEAL DIALYSIS INTERNATIONAL},
  keywords     = {PERITONEAL-DIALYSIS PATIENTS,TECHNIQUE FAILURE,TECHNIQUE SURVIVAL,HOME DIALYSIS,EARLY MORTALITY,HEMODIALYSIS,OUTCOMES,REGISTRY,PATIENT,MULTICENTER,Integrated care,planned/unplanned transitions,barriers,patient,beliefs,international,collaboration},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {4--12},
  publisher    = {Multimed Inc},
  title        = {TRANSITION BETWEEN DIFFERENT RENAL REPLACEMENT MODALITIES: GAPS IN KNOWLEDGE AND CARE-THE INTEGRATED RESEARCH INITIATIVE},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3747/pdi.2017.00242},
  volume       = {39},
  year         = {2019},
}

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