The UK Renal Registry (UKRR) is currently participating in many different workstreams. Please see the projects tab for initiatives which we are currently leading on. The research tab details current work the UKRR has been involved in. The UKRR also has its own investigative groups for which further information can be found in the study groups tab.

Tackling AKI

Tackling AKI is a Health Foundation funded step wedge improvement project.  This project, being led by Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, will target reported deficiencies

The UK Renal Data Collaboration (UKRDC)

Background UK renal units started using computerised electronic patient records (EPRs) in the 1960’s. Every adult renal unit in the UK now has a well-developed EPR

PatientView (PV)

Renal PatientView was founded by RIXG, the Renal Information Exchange Group in 2004. Its name changed to PatientView in 2014 following successful pilot work in the

ASSIST-CKD

A programme to spread eGFR graph surveillance for the early identification, support and treatment of people with progressive chronic kidney disease. This project will roll out

EQUAL (European Quality Study)

The timing of the start of dialysis in elderly patients is driven by the desire to optimise longevity and the quality of life. Limited data exist

Research analyses approved

The UK Renal Registry considers proposals from external research groups to work on anonymised sets of the data. These are reviewed within the UKRR and by