think kidneys
Think Kidneys award winning awareness raising campaign
NICE guidance NG148
NICE guidance NG148 related to prevention, detection and management of AKI
NHS Wales renal network
The Welsh Renal Clinical Network's (WRCN) role is to collaboratively plan and monitor adult renal services in Wales on behalf of the Welsh population and NHS Wales.

It is a sub-committee of the Welsh Health Specialised Services Committee (WHSSC) known as ‘the Joint Committee’, the body oversees the planning and monitoring of specialised health services in Wales.
Improvement Cymru
The National Improvement Service for NHS Wales - Public Health Wales
Fab academy
Focusing work on AKI
NHS Improvement
AJI strategy for tackling AKI in England NHS trust
Advancing quality alliance
AKI and the key facts
London AKI Network
London AKI network guidelines- for reference in Wales always refer to Welsh guidance
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