Thursday 14 March

Public Open Day, 1.30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Central United Reformed Church, 60 Norfolk St, Sheffield S1 2JB (corner of Norfolk St and Chapel Walk)     (see map below)

This is a free event to highlight the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle to look after your kidneys, and to look at the risks and impact of kidney disease. You can pop in at any time to look at the stands and to hear short informative presentations from patients, clinicians, research scientists and dieticians.



Monday 11 March to Friday 15 March.

 Photo exhibition, Winter Garden, Sheffield.  (see map below)

Featuring kidney stories from at home and from around the world.




The Sheffield Kidney Informed Patient Programme (SKIPP) aims to offer information and knowledge to kidney patients and their families,to help in the management of your own condition, to assist you in making choices and to encourage a positive attitude to coping and living with kidney disease.


Meetings are usually held on the last Thursday every other month, 1.30 p.m. - 3 p.m. in the Central United Reformed Church, Norfolk St, Sheffield, S1 2JB


For further details contact the pre-treatment advisors: Gwyn Somers / Debbie Douglas on

0114 2269390


Meetings for 2019 are as follows:


24 January Ask the Experts: Meet a panel of kidney patients who will share their experiences




30 May     What is happening to my kidneys?

               Question and answer session with one of the consultants.


25 July     Staying healthy. - What can I eat and drink?

                Renal dietician.

26 Sept    Kidney transplant - is it for me?

               Transplant patients sharing their stories.


28 Nov     Medication - the right drugs for me?

               Renal pharmacist.








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