Educational Directory

The following resources have been collected from a variety of sources and represent a wide range of helpful documents, videos, research papers, and more, that support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living with kidney disease and transplantation. 

These resources are aimed at patients, communities, clinicians, researchers, and the general public. You can search for resources using keywords or by choosing an audience, topic, or document type. 

If you have additional resources you believe should be included in this directory, please email niktt@anzdata.org.au

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Home Dialysis

In this short video, Aunty Liz shares her story on home dialysis treatment options for chronic kidney disease to empower others. The video focuses on the benefits of home dialysis, training options, ongoing support while doing dialysis within the home.

Agency for Clinical Innovation

Taking Control

This short video aims to empower others while showcasing Aunty Liz's resilience as an Aboriginal woman and her determination to take her power back and take control.

Agency for Clinical Innovation

Kidney Health Education

This short video provides information for patients, families, and communities on education around chronic kidney disease.

Agency for Clinical Innovation

Kidney Disease Risk Factors

This short video provides education of the risk factors of chronic kidney disease for Aboriginal peoples.

Agency for Clinical Innovation

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Improving Access to and Outcomes of Kidney Transplantation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in Australia

Eleanor Garrard, Stephen McDonald

Addressing Cultural Bias in Kidney Transplantation

NIKTT

National Indigenous Kidney Transplantation Taskforce (NIKTT): An Update

Matilda D'Antoine, Kelli Owen, Stephen McDonald

Cultural Bias Initiatives to Improve Kidney Transplantation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Janet Kelly, Phoebe Dent, Kelli Owen, Kate Schwartzkopff, Kim O'Donnell

Cultural Bias in Indigenous Kidney Care and Kidney Transplantation Report

Janet Kelly, Phoebe Dent, Kelli Owen, Kate Schwartzkopff, Kim O'Donnell