Welcome to the American Kidney Fund's Dietitian Hub
Welcome to the American Kidney Fund’s Dietitian Hub. The Hub is a centralized digital resource specifically for dietitians who work with people who have kidney disease. On the hub, dietitians can access and share valuable resources, create custom meals plan and build custom toolkits to help people living with kidney disease better manage their health through nutrition.
Use the hub to:
- Find easy-to-use nutrition tools for kidney patients
- Build custom folders, toolkits and meal plans
- Access nutrition-related resources
- Share information directly with patients through the online portal
- Stay up-to-date on kidney disease research and nutrition-related news
About the Dietitian Hub
We recognize that nutrition education and adherence to kidney-friendly eating and nutrition are consistent challenges for kidney patients. We also recognize that there is a lack of resources for renal dietitians to use to better care for and communicate with their patients.
With that in mind, AKF built the Dietitian Hub so busy dietitians have easy access to well-vetted resources, custom toolkits and meal plans that they can use to educate and inform patients.
No other online portal exists for renal dietitians seeking a one-stop-shop for digital educational resources.
We hope you find helpful all the downloadable tools we have available and use this resource as you work with patients to manage kidney disease through nutrition.
Dietitian Advisory Group
The Dietitian Hub was built through a collaboration with expert renal dietitians to help guide the development and execution of Hub content, tools and resources.
The Dietitian Advisory Group (DAG) reviews the content and materials on the Hub to ensure:
- All content is clinically accurate
- All recommendations align with the most up-to-date, evidence-based dietetics practice and nutrition guidelines
The DAG will continue supporting future development of kidney-friendly eating and nutrition related content and initiatives. We are grateful to the members of our Dietitian Advisory Group.
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