The Renal Association: Pregnancy and Renal Disease Guideline
Thank you for participating in this survey. Your feedback will help in the development of the first UK guideline on renal disease in pregnancy. This guideline addresses the care of women with CKD who are planning a pregnancy, pregnant, or in the postpartum period.
It would help us to know your role and the frequency with which you are involved in the management of women with renal disease in pregnancy.
You will then have the opportunity to read through 97 statements which address the care of women with CKD prior to, in, and following pregnancy. These statements are divided in sections including structure of care, medication, pre-pregnancy and pregnancy care, renal transplantation, dialysis, lupus, diabetes and congenital abnormalities of the kidney and urinary tract. Feel free to look at all the statements, or just the sections that are applicable to the clinical care that you currently provide to women with CKD.
We would like you to decide if you agree or disagree with the recommendations made. If you disagree with any of the statements then we would be grateful if you could explain why in the free text box provided.
Thank you for your help.
Kate Wiles, on behalf of the Pregnancy and Renal Disease guideline group (email@example.com)