Easy Fish Cakes
This recipe for Easy Fish Cakes was provided by Helen Botham, renal dietitian from Salford Royal Foundation Trust.
You can try this recipe with any pre-cooked or tinned fish such as salmon, […]
Yasmin’s Tarka Dal
By Yasmin Javaid, Health Care Assistant at Rochdale Dialysis Unit.
This recipe for Tarka Dal comes courtesy of Yasmin Javaid who works on the dialysis unit at Rochdale. Lentils are cheap, de […]
Spicy Barbecue Chicken
Helen Botham, renal dietitian at Salford Royal has kindly provided this great recipe for a summer barbecue. This dish, Spicy Barbecue Chicken, makes a great summer meal that is quick and […]
Stir Fried Pork with Ginger and Honey
Stir fry’s are quick and easy recipes to follow and this recipe for Stir Fried Pork with Ginger and Honey is particularly tasty. I often eat this mid-week. Chinese food ca […]
Pasta with Salmon and Peas (Serves 4)
This recipe for Pasta with Salmon and Peas, the third in Catherine Buckley’s series of four, is quick and easy, it is high in protein whilst the low-fat crème fraîche e […]
Dying without dying
When you live with serious, chronic health conditions, the reality is that sometimes it feels like you are walking a tightrope between life and death. Most of us try not to think about it too […]
Such an emotional and thought provoking read, im happy to see you have started to feel a little better. Even us that don’t suffer with mental health issues such as depression, still have times where we feel so low we just dont want to se or do anything. Ive been there myself.
I do hope you manage to keep on top of it the best you can and remember to get you Vit D checked, maybe put a note on the fridge or something similar, somewhere you will see it everyday and it gets ingrained into your head, just a thought.
Please, if there is anything i myself can do then dont hesitate to get in touch 💕
Simple Chicken Curry (Serves 4)
Catherine Buckley shares the second in her series of four dishes, a simple chicken curry. If you have never tried a curry then you do not know what you are missing. The […]
My name is Catherine Buckley, I have been a Renal Dietitian for over 10 years providing dietary advice to people with all stages of Chronic Kidney Disease. Spaghetti Bolognese is the first of 4 dishes that I […]
BLOG MARCH 2018
Our Project has grown from strength to strength. We have a lovely team of therapists who give up their free time to come and deliver therapies for the patients on dialysis.
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We attended Xaverian Sixth form College in Manchester to deliver a talk/presentation on Complementary Therapies as they were covering this as a module as part […]
Brian Egerton’s report in words and pictures on World Kidney Day, 2018 at Salford Royal
Every year on the 2nd Thursday of March we celebrate World Kidney Day. This years theme was Kidney Disease and […]
Rob Finnigan wrote a new post, Videos on setting up and using a home dialysis machine 1 year ago
Helen Jennings, a great supporter of GMKIN, recently made three videos about her home dialysis processes. Your processes may differ dependent on the type of dialysis and the machine you’re using but these videos […]
Do you know what your kidneys do?
Ever really thought about the real you
Two small organs, shaped like beans
Do you ever think what they really mean?
They filter fluids, 200 litres every […]
Hi again, everyone! My name is Jane Ascott and I am the nurse leading on the peer support programme for all Salford Royal kidney patients and their relatives.
World Kidney Day is a great time to raise […]
I am the Complementary Therapy Practitioner for the Renal services within the North West. Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust operates dialysis units in Salford, Wigan, Bolton, Oldham and Rochdale.
On World […]
CELEBRATION OF THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST KIDNEY TRANSPLANT AT MANCHESTER ROYAL INFIRMARY
22 March 2018 is the 50th Anniversary of the first kidney transplant at Manchester Royal Infirmary. To c […]
That’s the theme for the unsung heroes who hold down a job, make sure the kids are okay and all the while looking after a partner with Kidney Disease. Sunday 18th March 20 […]
Did you know that it is estimated over 6 ½ million people act as Carers in the UK? We know that kidney patients often require extra support and care at various stages in their j […]
Let me introduce myself. My name is Stephen Caddick and I’ve been a committee member of the MRIKPA (previously NWRKPA) for 10 years plus. Recently I’ve become more involved with renal services as TREnDs is rol […]
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