Bridging the gap: an integrated paediatric to adult clinical service for young adults with kidney failure.

@article{Harden2012BridgingTG,
  title={Bridging the gap: an integrated paediatric to adult clinical service for young adults with kidney failure.},
  author={Paul Neil Harden and Gillian Walsh and Nikki Bandler and S Henriksen Bradley and Derrick Lonsdale and John C. Taylor and Stephen D Marks},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2012},
  volume={344},
  pages={
          e3718
        }
}
PROBLEM Transition from paediatric to adult care of young adults with chronic diseases is poorly coordinated, often delayed, and usually managed through a single referral letter. About 35% of young adults lose a successfully functioning kidney transplant within 36 months of transfer from paediatric to adult services. DESIGN Before and after study of the impact of a new integrated paediatric-adult clinical service for patients with kidney failure. SETTING Adult renal centre in Oxford and two… CONTINUE READING
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