Are you an African, Caribbean or Black person with kidney disease or who is taking care of someone with kidney disease? Are you a kidney transplant recipient, a living kidney donor, or thinking about transplant or donation?
SHARE YOUR STORY!
We want to hear from you. Sign up for a 60-minute phone call to tell us how we can make sure African, Caribbean and Black communities have the chance to learn about options for treating kidney failure, including living donor kidney transplant.
This study, called “Ethno-Cultural and Psycho-Social Barriers to Living Donor Kidney Transplantation” is led by the University Health Network in collaboration with the Black Health Alliance. All information we collect is confidential, and study results will be reviewed by community and project partners. You will be compensated for your time.
To learn more about how you can be a part of this project, please email or call us at:
(416) 340-4800 EXT 6582
The A.C.T.I.O.N. project is looking for individuals from African, Caribbean and Black communities to share their story and experience with live donor kidney transplantation or kidney disease, either as a patient, caregiver, living donor, transplant recipient, potential living donor, or transplant candidate. The A.C.T.I.O.N. project is 2.5 year project which aims to improve equitable access to living kidney donation and transplantation in racialized communities across Canada. Learn more about A.C.T.I.O.N. here.