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Join us for a conversation on mental health

May is recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about mental health issues and promoting mental well-being. It is essential to acknowledge the significant impact of kidney disease on patients' mental health. The challenges and complexities of managing kidney disease can lead to increased stress, anxiety, and depression among individuals living with this condition. By understanding and addressing the mental health needs of kidney disease patients, we can provide comprehensive care and support to enhance their overall well-being.

Join the Northwest Kidney Council and our partners for our second quarterly conversation of 2003, Kidney Disease and Mental Health: What You Need to Know on June 5th at 11am.

During this conversation, we will explore the intricate relationship between kidney disease and mental health, shedding light on the challenges and strategies for addressing the mental well-being of individuals living with kidney disease. We have the privilege of welcoming two distinguished speakers who will share their valuable insights and expertise.

Our Speakers:

  • Lisa Hall - Patient Services Director for ESRD Network 16

  • Felicia Speed - Vice President, Social Work Services for Fresenius Medical Care North America

Lisa Hall brings extensive experience in patient services and an in-depth understanding of the needs and concerns of those affected by kidney disease. Felicia Speed, with her role as Vice President of Social Work Services at Fresenius Medical Care North America, has made significant contributions to enhancing the holistic care provided to kidney patients.

This webinar promises to be an enlightening and engaging session, providing you with valuable knowledge and strategies to improve the mental well-being of individuals living with kidney disease.

We look forward to your participation in this important discussion on Kidney Disease and Mental Health. Your presence and insights will contribute to creating a supportive environment for individuals living with kidney disease.

Thank you for your attention, and we hope to see you on the 5th!


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