This week in BMC Nephrology, an article by Neale et al. evaluated the barriers and enablers to the detection of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in the primary… Read more »
Dr. Daphne Harrington Knicely is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Daphne is committed to medical education with involvement in multiple teaching programs at Johns Hopkins. Daphne has a special interest in patient education and outcomes and is the co-director of patient education within the Division of Nephrology at Johns Hopkins. She helped establish the Johns Hopkins Nephrology Patient Education Program and is dedicated to improving kidney disease awareness. Daphne is a member of several committees for the National Kidney Foundation serving Maryland and Delaware and has special expertise in diabetic kidney disease, solitary kidney, and renal replacement therapy. Dr. Knicely joined the BMC Nephrology editorial board in October 2019 as a Blog Editor for the journal.
Latest posts by Daphne Knicely (see all)
- Removing the Barriers for CKD Management - 12th March 2020
- Challenges and Strategies for Making a Smooth Transition from Pediatric to Adult Nephrology - 13th January 2020
This week in BMC Nephrology, an article by Joslin et al. evaluated young adult patient perceptions of the transition from pediatric to adult nephrology… Read more »