aakpRENALIFE magazine is published six times a year (January, March, May, July, September and November) by the American Association of Kidney Patients (AAKP). It provides articles, news items and information of interest to kidney disease patients and their families, as well as individuals and organizations in the renal health care field.
Currently, aakpRENALIFE has a circulation of more than 27,500 readers per issue and is distributed to patients, dialysis centers, transplant centers and AAKP members.
For reprint requests, information on advertising or to submit an article, please contact AAKP's Marketing & Communications Manager, Jennifer Rate at email@example.com.
A digital copy of aakpRENALIFE is e-mailed to all AAKP members.
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AAKP electronic newsletters have more than 30,000 subscribers and cover topics important to all stages of kidney disease patients. Below you will find a brief description of each e-newsletter. You can sign-up to receive our e-newsletters when you become a FREE member of AAKP. Join Today!
Kidney Beginnings, provides educational information and resources for individuals who may be at risk for kidney disease or have recently been diagnosed with reduced kidney function.
AAKP Renal Flash, provides detailed information for individuals on dialysis or approaching stage five kidney disease or ESRD (requiring a form of renal replacement therapy).
Kidney Transplant Today, provides information for individuals who have received a kidney transplant or are considering transplantation as their form of renal replacement therapy.
At Home with AAKP, a quarterly e-newsletter. AAKP's e-newsletter for people interested in home dialysis therapies.
AAKP Pediatric Kidney Pals, a bi-monthly e-newsletter that provides information and resources for families of pediatric and adolescent kidney patients.