ANNA has revised and updated a series of FREE educational modules addressing the nursing care needs of patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). The series, entitled Nursing Care of the Patient with CKD in ANY Setting, is designed to support the learning needs of nurses who care for patients with CKD. Given the magnitude of the population afflicted with CKD and the variety of settings in which these patients receive care, this series will benefit nurses caring for patients in many settings. Nine modules are available, and each module offers nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) contact hours. The modules include: Introduction to CKD: An Overview of Causes, Staging, and Treatment CKD: Stages 1 through 3 CKD: Stages 4 and 5 – Overview of Therapy Options Acute Kidney Injury: Causes, Treatment, and Outcomes Kidney Replacement Therapy – Transplantation Kidney Replacement Therapy – Home Dialysis Kidney Replacement Therapy – In-Center Dialysis Palliative and End-of-Life Care for the Patient with CKD CKD in the Pediatric Population The content of the modules is FREE, and contact hours are free for Module 1: Introduction to Chronic Kidney Disease: An Overview of Causes, Stages, and Treatment. (Processing fees apply for NCPD evaluations for the other eight modules.) Go to CKD Modules in ANNA Online Library Modules made possible by a generous grant to ANNA for their production and promotion by CVS.