A series of oral histories that are meant to entertain, preserve information, and promote research and education.
Interviews with sentinel nephrologists and caregivers provide oral documentation of renal-related healthcare from as early as the 1950s to the present.
- Dr. Henry Tenchhoff, who developed the chronic Peritoneal Dialysis program with Dr. Fred Boen
- Dr. Christopher Blagg, former Executive Director of the Northwest Kidney Centers
- Jack Cole, the world's first dialysis technician
- Dr. Robert Gutman, who trained under Dr. Scribner and cared for the first 3 chronic diaysis patients at UWMC
- Joann Albers, who in 1960 was a 23 year old nurse at UW during the beginning of chronic kidney care in Seattle
- Many other nephrologists and caregivers give oral histories about the exciting discoveries in renal care