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Clinician Engagement

Clinicians can get involved in the work of the Ontario Renal Network in many ways. About 1,600 clinician volunteer opportunities exist across Ontario Health (Cancer Care Ontario). These include many positions as committee members and advisors related to our work in chronic kidney disease. We also have the Ontario Renal Network roles for regional medical leads, and provincial medical leads representing areas of care across the kidney care continuum.

Nurses, doctors and other clinical care providers get involved with the Ontario Renal Network while continuing to care for patients in their primary role.

Areas of Clinician Involvement

Clinicians are involved in many areas in kidney care, including:

  • person-centred care
  • home dialysis
  • acute kidney injury
  • primary care
  • transplant
  • glomerular disease
  • optimal dialysis access
  • First Nations, Inuit, and Métis kidney health
  • advanced kidney disease care
  • funding policy and operations
  • data
  • analytics and reporting
  • symptom management

Opportunities to Get Involved

All opportunities for clinicians to be involved us are posted on the CCO Clinician Engagement Opportunities page.

Contact the Clinician Engagement Team

We are happy to answer general questions about clinician engagement at Ontario Health (Cancer Care Ontario). To contact the clinician engagement team, send us an email