The Dialysis Crisis

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We would like to express our appreciation to our supporters:


Emory University School of Law
Commissioner Emma Darnell
Students of Advocates for Responsible Care
Volunteers of Advocates for Responsible Care
Allison, PR - Melanie Gower
Health Action Network
Southeastern Kidney Council
Council of Nephrology Social Workers
Hispanic Health Coalition of Georgia
The Grady Coalition
Georgia Society of Rheumatology
NCLR Org.
Racial and Ethics Concerns Working Group
Atlantans Building Leadership for Empowerment
Healthstat Org.
Universal Abundance
STARS of WOW Project
ReMax Executives
Rudolph A Rodriguez, M.D.
Emory Wheel
Grady Dialysis Patients


The Grady Dialysis Patients would like to especially thank Prof. Lindsay Jones


The Mission of the Advocates for Responsible Care empowers individuals to achieve their maximum wellness with a strong voice as health care advocates effectively reducing cultural incompetency and health care delivery disparity.

 


Center of Advocacy and Dispute Resolution at Emory School of Law

A Crisis of Care for End Stage Renal Disease Patients:                                                                      Examining the Case Study of Grady Memorial Hospital’s Decision to Close its Dialysis Clinic and the Impact on Immigrants with ESRD

Moderator Prof. Paul J. Zwier Director of the Center of Advocacy and Dispute Resolution

Tull Auditorium Emory University School of Law Tuesday, December 1, 2009 10:00 am - Noon

 

 

A Crisis of Care for End Stage Renal Disease Patients

Program:


Welcome and Introduction - Prof. Paul Zwier
     Director of the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution                                                              Overview of ESRD and Outpatient Dialysis - Dr. Elbert Tuttle
     Nephrologist, Grady Dialysis Clinic Founder
Grady Decision to Close the Clinic and Status of Patients -
     Dorothy Leone-Glasser
     Advocates for Responsible Care
The Story of a Dialysis Patient
Presentation of Patients - Prof. Paul Zwier
How Can We Arrive at a Consensus Community Based Solution? - Prof. Paul Zwier
Questions and Comments - Audience Members
Concluding Remarks: Where do we go from here? - Prof. Paul Zwier
Closed Door Session

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