ANZDATA is the Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry. The Registry records the incidence, prevalence and outcome of dialysis and transplant treatment for patients with end stage renal failure. ANZDATA is located at The Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia.
** We will shift to the South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) on 4th May and changes in phone numbers, fax and postal address will be advised in due course. Email addresses will remain the same.
The Aims of the Registry are The collation and dissemination of a Report of Renal Failure Management.
- Provision of reports of individual hospital activity and outcome of treatment.
- A database for collaboration with research studies.
- Data to support health care planning.
Funding is provided by
- The Commonwealth through the Organ and Tissue Authority.
- The New Zealand Government.
- Kidney Health Australia.
The Registry is a project responsible jointly to the Australia and New Zealand Society of Nephrology and to Kidney Health Australia.
Data is collected by web based data entry as events occur and by circulation of printed survey forms for each patient annually to all dialysis and transplant units in Australia and New Zealand.
There is voluntary participation by all physicians/surgeons involved in dialysis/transplant treatment in both countries.
A list of the participating units is available from the most recent ANZDATA Report Contents file and is published with a wide national and international circulation.