Amélie Bernier-Jean is a nephrologist and clinician-scientist at the Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur in Montreal (Canada) and an Assistant Professor at the University of Montreal’s faculty of medicine. She has completed a master’s degree in clinical epidemiology at the University of Sydney (Australia) in 2019 and a PhD with the Sydney School of Public Health in 2021. Her thesis investigated lifestyle changes, including diet and physical activity, for people with chronic kidney disease. Her current work focuses on the relationship between dietary potassium intake and blood potassium levels in adults with chronic kidney disease and undergoing hemodialysis. She received the 2021 Kidney International (KI) reviewer of the year award and is the current ISN-KI Clinical Editorial Fellow.
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Vitamins and Electrolytes Health in Kidney Disease - Session 35
|Speaker||Dietary potassium intake and clinical outcomes in dialysis|