EOIs invited for Clinical Services Committee Chair

Expressions of interest are sought for a new Chair for the Renal Association (RA) Clinical Services Committee (CSC) from the RA membership. 

“This key committee represents medical leadership within the RA (and will continue to do in the new UK Kidney Association once formed). It will have a vital role as the renal community rebuilds services after the COVID pandemic and continues to improve patient care. The RA seeks a dynamic leader who is keen to contribute at a national level and to build strong relationships with multiple other stakeholders such as the RSTP, leaders of other professional groups within the RA and renal charities as well as to represent the interests of the national renal clinical directors and clinical leads.”.

Dr Katie Vinen, outgoing CSC Chair

Documents:

The terms of reference and role description will be amended to be appropriate for the UKKA in due course.

The deadline for applications is 17:00 19 April 2021. Please e-mail your application to renal@renal.org

Applications must provide:

  • 2 page CV
  • Covering letter outlining how you feel you can contribute to the position

We are committed to creating and sustaining a positive, fair and mutually supportive environment. We accept, respect and value people with diverse identities and backgrounds and believe our differences make us stronger and more effective in achieving our goals. We ensure appointments are made on the recommendation of a transparent, balanced and appropriate panel, are made on the basis of merit, and encourage applications from all suitably qualified and eligible candidates. Please note that the role is un-remunerated. Reasonable expenses are paid in accordance with the expense policy (available upon appointment).

Guidelines

NICE accredited clinical practice guidelines 

Available here

22nd Annual Report

Analyses about care provided to patients at UK renal centres.

Read the report

UKRR AKI Report

A report on the nationwide collection of AKI warning test scores. 

Read the report