Dreaming big: building a movement in Aboriginal kidney healthcare

Croakey sponsored article published

Introduction: Aboriginal kidney patients are leading a ground-breaking research project where their experiences, resilience and expertise are re-shaping kidney health research and clinical services and challenging health systems to do better.

This article is the second in a series sponsored by the Adelaide-based Aboriginal Kidney Care Together – Improving Outcomes Now (AKction) project, and edited by AKction chief investigators Dr Kim O’Donnell, a Malyangapa/Barkindji woman, and Kelli Owen, a Kaurna, Narungga and Ngarrindjeri woman.

Readers are advised this series mentions people who have passed; we publish their names and photos with permission, respect and acknowledgement of their legacy as kidney warriors.

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