Welcome to The Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry (ANZDATA). ANZDATA collects a wide range of statistics which relate to the outcomes of treatment of those with end stage renal failure.
All renal units in Australia and New Zealand participate. A list of the units is available from the most recent ANZDATA Report Contents file. File is available for download from the Annual Report download area.
The main results are published in an annual report, with interim analyses and publications occurring throughout the year. The between-report publications are often conference papers, or small scale research projects designed to answer specific questions.
Abridged versions of the reports with dialysis and transplant outcomes of hospitals are here.
Guidelines for requesting data analyses from the registry.
This site provides the annual report. There are downloadable Acrobat versions of the report as well as Microsoft® Powerpoint® presentations of the report graphics. The interim reports and other publications are added as they are completed.
The ANZDATA team hopes that you find this site useful. Further information or answers to questions about the work of the group and its methods are available when you contact us.
This year, the BEAT-CKD open Research Forum will be held Wednesday 23rd August to Thursday 24th August 2017 at the South Australia Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) in Adelaide, Australia.
This national meeting is for patients, clinicians, and researchers with an interest in conducting and implementing research to improve outcomes for people with chronic kidney disease. The forum provides a unique opportunity to hear and discuss innovative methods, high-priority research projects, and to meet potential collaborators. Speakers this year include Elaine Pascoe (Head, Australasian Kidney Trials Network) on embedding methodological research in clinical trials and Professor Steve Webb, founding member of the executive of the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance. A program will be available soon.