NephroCare Academy

Education for NephroCare clinic staff 

NephroCare Academy has been established to support physicians, nurses, clinic managers and non-clinical staff with a wide range of learning modalities and topics, enabling them to offer the highest quality of care throughout their employment. 

Our clinical professionals are enrolled in our learning curriculums by the education manager, in order to receive initial and ongoing education and receive their credits. In order to fit learning into the professional lives of our clinic teams, we offer a wide range of education areas and apply different training methods like on the job teaching, onside and virtual classroom trainings, e-learnings, mentorship, job aids and gamification.

NephroCare offers accredited nurses` training

The comprehensive program achieved the accreditation “highly commended”, the highest category. New in 2022, the complete program will be recognized with 25 EDTNA/ERCA Learning Hours. These will support learners in obtaining their relevant evidence of continuing professional development, in some countries required to maintain license as a registered nurse.

Medical Education as an important tool for optimizing patient care

In addition, it is NephroCare`s understanding that a continuing education and training programme, which is set-up according to international treatment guidelines and the high NephroCare treatment standards, will help to further improve medical performance at the clinics. In the end this will lead to a further improved patient care which is NephroCare`s central ambition.

Dr. Stefano Stuard, Head of the CoE Clinical & Therapeutical Governance team and main author of the course says: “This is a very important step for us and we are very pleased that we can now support our physicians in this way.”

NephroCare offers accredited physicians` training

“Blood Pressure (BP) Management in Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)” is the title of the first educational course receiving accreditation from the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Institution (EACCME) of the UEMS (European Union of Medical Specialists) in Brussels. The completion of all modules of the e-learning course will allow NephroCare physicians to collect 7 Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits.