Auteurs & Réviseurs

Éditeur

Debbie Fortnum

MIHM, BN(Sc). Translational Research Nurse. Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Perth, Australia

Coordinateurs

Maria Cruz Casal Garcia

RN. H.U 12 de Octubre, Madrid.
EDTNA/ERCA Supervisory Board Member & Publications Coordinator, Spain

Anki Davidson

EDTNA/ERCA Project Manager & Marketing Director, Sweden

But du guide

Sophie Halldin

RN. Renal Unit in Haemodialysis Department Danderyds Sjukhus AB, Stockholm, Sweden.
EDTNA/ERCA Brand 
Ambassador, Sweden

Utilisation du Guide

Anki Davidson

EDTNA/ERCA Project Manager & Marketing Director, Sweden

Remerciements

Maria Cruz Casal Garcia

RN. H.U 12 de Octubre, Madrid.
EDTNA/ERCA Supervisory Board Member & Publications Coordinator, Spain

Debbie Fortnum

Editor, EDTNA/ERCA Brand Ambassador Australia/New Zealand,
Clinical Nurse Manager Dialysis. SCGH Perth, Australia

Jeff Burbank

Chief Executive Officer, NxStage Medical, USA

1.0 Introduction

Evgenia Golland

RN, MA. Deputy Head Nurse of the Haemodialysis Department.
Galilee Medical Center, Naharia, Israel

2.0 Histoire de l’hémodialyse

Nicola Thomas

RN, BSc (Hons), MA. PhD. Professor of Kidney Care,
London South Bank University, UK

3.0 Hémodialyse à domicile – Avantages de la dialyse fréquente

Sophie Halldin

RN. Renal Unit in Haemodialysis Department Danderyds Sjukhus AB, Stockholm, Sweden.
EDTNA/ERCA Brand 
Ambassador, Sweden

4.0 Principes de base de l’hémodialyse à domicile

María F. Slon Roblero

MD, MSc. Consultant Nephrologist, in charge of the Home Dialysis Program
at the Complejo Hospitalario de 
Navarra, Spain.

Evgenia Golland

RN, MA. Deputy Head Nurse of the Haemodialysis Department,
Galilee Medical Center, Naharia, Israel

5.0 Accès vasculaire pour l’hémodialyse à domicile

Tony Goovaerts

RN. Nurse Manager of Pre-Dialysis Education Programme, Peritoneal Dialysis and Home HD programme.
Cliniques 
Universitaires St. Luc, Brussels, Belgium

6.0 Éducation et formation en hémodialyse à domicile

Carol Rhodes

RGN. Senior Sister at the Renal Unit, Royal Derby Hospital, UK

7.0 Vivre avec l’hémodialyse à domicile

Karen Pugh-Clarke

MSc, BSc (Hons) RN.
Clinical Nurse Specialist for CKD at the Royal Stoke University
Hospital, Stoke-on-Trent, England, UK

8.0 Soutien continu

Nicola Pacy

RGN. Home Haemodialysis Manager, Wessex Kidney Centre, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, UK

9.0 Sécurité et gestion des risques

Gunnar Malmström

Electrical Engineer. President for MTFD, Swedish Association for Dialysis Technologists,
Danderyds 
Hospital Medical Technical Department, Stockholm, Sweden

Sophie Halldin

RN. Renal Unit in Haemodialysis Department Danderyds Sjukhus AB, Stockholm Sweden,
EDTNA/ERCA Brand 
Ambassador, Sweden

Monica Edström

RN, Renal unit in Home Haemodialysis Department at Danderyds Sjukhus AB, Stockholm Sweden

Marie-Louise Bodin

RN. Renal unit in Home Haemodialysis Department at Danderyds Sjukhus AB, Stockholm, Sweden

10.0 Gestion diététique de l’hémodialyse à domicile

Kalliopi, Anna Poulia

MMedSci, PhD. EDTNA/ERCA Nutrition Consultant, Clinical Dietitian – Nutritionist,
Laiko General Hospital of 
Athens, Greece

11.0 Hémodialyse à domicile et l’environnement

Pedro Miguel Reinas André Pereira Baptista

RN. H. U. La Princesa, Madrid, Spain

12.0 Programme d’accueil – Étude de cas

Natalie Borman

MBBCh, MRCPUK, MRCPneph, PGDip, MD. Consultant Nephrologist, Wessex Kidney Centre, UK

Katey Atkins

MBBCh, MRCPUK, BSc (Hons), MRES. Research Fellow, Wessex Kidney Centre, UK

Réviseurs

Eric Weinhandl

Clinical Epidemiologist and Statistician, NxStage Medical, USA

Julien Gautier

Director International Marketing, NxStage Medical, France

Leigh Mortier

Director of Clinical Education Home Business, NxStage Medical, USA

Siobhan Gladding

Director of Clinical Education, International, NxStage Medical, UK

Laura Stevens

Clinical Educator, NxStage Medical, UK