Salford Kidney Study
The Salford Kidney Study will collect and store a range of data sources that can be used to investigate and understand the causes and complications of kidney disease, monitor disease progression, and help improve patient outcomes.
Information gained from this study will be used to develop new and improved treatments.
It is being carried out by a team of researchers in the Renal Department at Salford Royal Hospital, part of the Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust.
- Aged 18+
- Have been diagnosed with kidney disease, including acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease, are on dialysis or have had a kidney transplant.
- Is a patient at one of the Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust kidney clinics, wards, or dialysis units.
- Salford Royal Hospital
- Taking part will mean that you may be asked to give extra samples (blood, urine, saliva etc) as part of your routine care.
- You may also be asked to complete questionnaires relating to your quality of life, physical and brain function, mental health and your family history of renal disease.
- 31 December 2024