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  Webcast Title: Improving Outcomes in Chronic Kidney Disease
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  Presented by:   Andrew S. Narva, MD, Director, National Kidney Disease Education Program, Division of Kidney and Urologic and Hematologic Diseases, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health - Download Slides
Duration:   1:22:59
  CME Credits:   1.25
  Session Goals:   After attending the webinar, participants should be able to describe the burden of chronic kidney disease (CKD), barriers to improved care of people with CKD, evidence-based interventions which improve the identification and management of kidney disease in people with diabetes, key concepts of CKD education to enhance patient self-management, and they should be able to describe a strategy for implementing a CKD pilot for improving care in the community health center setting.
  Learning Objectives:   N/A

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