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ARID (Acute Kidney Injury Risk in Derby) Study

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Funding and Bibliography

Funding

We are grateful to the BUPA Foundation, the British Renal Society and Kidney Research UK who have funded the ARID Study at various times in the form of Awards and Grants


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Awards

We are delighted to note that the ARID Study has won two research awards

BUPA Foundation – award for Innovation in Research

NIHR Award 2016 – inaurgural award for Exceptional Research Delivery


Bibliography

Published Papers:

  • Horne KL, Selby NM. Chronic Kidney Disease After Acute Kidney Injury – How Can We Identify Those At Risk? Journal of Renal Nursing 2015 7:3, 124-129
  • Horne KL, Shardlow A, Taal MW, Selby NM. Long term outcomes after Acute Kidney Injury: lessons from the ARID Study. Nephron 2015; 131: 102-106
  • Horne KL, Packington R, Monaghan J, Reilly T, McIntyre CW, Selby NM. The Effects Of AKI On Long Term Renal Function And Proteinuria In A General Hospitalised Population. Nephron Clin Prac 2014;128(1-2):192-200
  • Selby NM, Kolhe NV, McIntyre CW, Monaghan J, Lawson N, Elliott D, Packington R, Fluck RJ. Defining the Cause of Death in Hospitalised Patients with Acute Kidney Injury. PLoS ONE, November 2012, vol./is. 7/11(no pagination), 1932-6203 (02 Nov 2012)

 

Conference presentations or posters:

  • ASN conference 2016: Effect of Acute Kidney Injury on Chronic Kidney Disease Progression and Proteinuria: Baseline Results from the ARID study - Oral presentation
  • ASN conference 2016: Prescribing patterns at the time of AKI: opportunities to improve care – Poster
  • EDTA and BRS conferences 2016: AKI is associated with significant deterioration in renal function and proteinuria which persists to three years: results of a prospective case-control study - Oral presentation
  • EDTA conference 2016: Risk factors for CKD progression after Acute Kidney Injury - Oral presentation (Poster at BRS conference 2016)
  • ERA and BRS conferences 2015: Description of the natural history of proteinuria following Acute Kidney Injury - Oral presentation
  • RA-BRS conference 2014: AKI is associated with significant deterioration in renal function and proteinuria which persists to at least 1 year: results of a prospective case-control study - Poster
  • RA-BRS conference 2014: Risk Factors for Development and Progression of Chronic Kidney Disease Following Acute Kidney Injury: A Prospective Study - Poster
  • ASN conference 2013: Effect of Acute Kidney Injury on Chronic Kidney Disease Progression and Proteinuria: Initial Results from a Pilot Study - Poster 3297
  • BRS conference 2013: Effect of Acute Kidney Injury on Chronic Kidney Disease Progression and Proteinuria: Initial Results from a Pilot Study - Oral presentation (Poster at RA-BRS conference 2013)