RPA

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RPARobotic Process Automation
RPARural Payments Agency (UK Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)
RPAReplication Protein A
RPARise of the Planet of the Apes (film)
RPARegional Plan Association
RPARoyal Prince Alfred (hospital, Australia)
RPAResources Planning Act
RPARNAse Protection Assay
RPAReal Property Administrator (property management certificate; Canada)
RPARandom-Phase Approximation
RPARegister Port Attributes
RPARecombinant Protective Antigen
RPARailway Procurement Agency (Ireland)
RPARMIT(Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) Postgraduate Association
RPARibonuclease Protection Assay
RPARadiant Panel Association
RPARenal Physicians Association
RPARwandan Patriotic Army
RPARetirement Plans Associate
RPARequest for Personnel Action (US Civil Service)
RPAResidential Purchase Agreement
RPARepresentation of People's Act (India)
RPARight Pulmonary Artery
RPARaising Public Awareness (mathematics)
RPARégimes de Pension Agréés (French: Registered Pension Plans; Canada)
RPARemotely Piloted Aircraft
RPARatepayer Advocate (NJ, USA)
RPARecursive Partitioning Analysis
RPARelying Party Agreement
RPAResource Protection Area
RPARubin Postaer and Associates
RPARemote Patron Authentication
RPARadiation Protection Adviser
RPARetarding Potential Analyzer
RPAReasonable and Prudent Alternative
RPARegister of Professional Archaeologists
RPARadio Publique Africaine (French)
RPARegional Park
RPARockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
RPARadiology Practitioner Assistant (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists)
RPARobinson-Patman Act
RPARepresentation of the People Act (UK)
RPARegistered Professional Appraiser (real estate)
RPARequest for Public Assistance
RPARedundant Parallel Architecture (General Electric Company)
RPARedundant Parallel Architecture (General Electric)
RPARésidence pour Personnes Agées (French: Residence for the Elderly)
RPARequest for Procurement Action (UK)
RPARationalist Press Association
RPARural Planning Area (various locations)
RPARadical Philosophy Association
RPARoleplaying Assistant (gaming)
RPARegistered Public Accountant
RPARecycled Paperboard Alliance
RPARubber Pavements Association
RPARenewable Power Association
RPARetirement Protection Act of 1994
RPARoyal Parks Agency (UK)
RPARisk and Policy Analysts
RPAResponsible Policies for Animals, Inc. (Glenside, PA)
RPAReal Property Assessment
RPARegistered Physician Assistant
RPARegistered Professional Adjuster
RPARetail Packaging Association
RPARice Producers Association
RPARegistration Through Practice Assessment (Canada)
RPARemote PassPhrase Authentication
RPARemote Personnel Assessment
RPARichmond Progressive Alliance
RPARoot Protection Area (UK construction standard near trees)
RPARepublika Poludniowej Afryki (Polish: Republic of South Africa)
RPAReserve Personnel, Army
RPARecord and Playback Assembly (US NASA)
RPAReserve Personnel Appropriation
RPARadium Plaque Adaptometer
RPARapid Plant Assessment
RPAReligionspädagogische Arbeitsstelle
RPARetired Police Association
RPARochester Philatelic Association
RPARecords Preservation and Access
RPARubber Process Analyser
RPARemote Page Accelerator
RPAReciprocal Preference Agreement (trade)
RPAResearch Priority Area
RPARetired Pay Accrual
RPARaggio Pocket Applications
RPAReduced Pressure Assembly (backflow prevention device used in water systems)
RPARich Phone Application (customer interaction solution)
RPARequest for Purchasing Authority
RPAReserve Program Administrator
RPARegistered Professional Archeologist
RPARevista de Politica Agricola (Portugese: Magazine of Agricultural Politics)
RPARegular Production Accessories
RPARally Press Association
RPARevenue Producing Activity
RPAReverse Prince Albert (piercing)
RPARemove Personal Attacks
RPARivers Protection Act (Massachusetts)
RPAResource Planning & Assessment
RPARegistered Patent Agent
RPARegional Public Affairs
RPARegional Planning Agent
RPARevocation of Power of Attorney (legal term)
RPARemote Phrase Authentication
RPARésidence Paris Asnières
RPARadio Pays d'Aurillac (French radio station)
RPARensselaer Pride Alliance
RPARedundancy Payments Act
RPARespirator Program Administrator
RPARotorua Principals Association
RPARotocraft Pilot's Associate
RPARegulatory Proposal Assessment
RPAReturns Processing Administration
RPARebirthing Psychotherapy Association
RPARate Plan Analysis
RPARiver Path Associates (Wimborne, Dorset, UK)
RPAResearch Partnership Agreement
RPARussell-Mellon Performance Attribution
RPARensselaer Pagan Association
RPARequest for Project Authorization
RPARelative Power Absorbed
RPARequest for Payroll Action
RPARed Pine Ambassadors (Douglass College)
RPARing Partition Algorithm
RPARadiation Protection Act of 1965
RPARavenswood Physicians Associates (Chicago, IL)
RPARubbish Picture Attachment (Rareware web site)
RPARussian Planetarium Association
RPARundlaufprufanlage (German)
RPARice Polish Agar
RPARegional Preferential Agreement
RPARotary Piezo Actuator
RPARadar Propagation Analysis
RPARepublican Party for America
RPARequisitioning, Purchasing and Accounts Payable
RPARequest Present Altitude
RPARussian Peasant Algorithm
RPAReach Pollution Assessment
RPARecommended Pricing Adjustment
RPARetail Profit Analysis
RPAReconciling Pentecostal Assembly
RPARectangular Patch Antenna
RPARevenue and Profit Analysis
RPAResident Programmer Analyst
RPAReserve Pay Account
RPAReceiver Performance Analysis (KILTING)
RPARichland Performing Arts Association
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The Renal Physicians Association (RPA) is the professional organization of nephrologists whose goal is to ensure quality care under the highest standards of medical practice for patients with kidney disease and related disorders.
Dale Singer Executive Director, Renal Physicians Association, Rockville, Maryland; dsinger@renalmd.org
The only clinical practice guidelines available at the time were the ones for hemodialysis adequacy developed by the Renal Physicians Association (Hornberger, 1993 a, b; and Renal Physicians Association Working Committee on Clinical Practice Guidelines, 1993).
In 2000, the Renal Physicians Association (RPA) developed clinical practice guidelines for "Shared Decision-Making in the Appropriate Initiation of and Withdrawal from Dialysis" with a revision in 2010.
Michael Shapiro, MD, MBA, President, Renal Physicians Association (RPA)
There is a recent comprehensive American guideline written by the Renal Physicians Association (2010) called Shared decision making in the appropriate initiation of and withdrawal from dialysis.
* Available clinical practice guidelines, such as the Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality Initiative (KDOQI) guidelines published by the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) and the Renal Physicians Association (RPA) guidelines, need to be integrated into actual clinical practice.
The Renal Physicians Association and American Society of Nephrology clinical practice guidelines (2000) on initiation and withdrawal of dialysis suggest the issue of prognosis be discussed with patients, yet it is an area nephrologists fail to articulate.
Congress originally barred ESRD patients from participation in MCPs to address HMOs' concerns regarding the expense of ESRD enrollees; the enrollment restriction has remained in place to protect ESRD patients because concern exists over the potential incentives under managed care to undertreat patients with a chronic disease (Fax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982; Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993; Renal Physicians Association and American Society of Nephrology, 1995).
Gupta is a member of Dallas County Medical Society, National Kidney Foundation, Renal Physicians Association, and Texas Medical Association.
In nephrology, ACP discussions should include the initiation, withholding, and withdrawal of dialysis (Davison et al., 2015; Renal Physicians Association [RPA], 2010).
Nephrology-specific clinical guidelines (Renal Physicians Association and American Society of Nephrology [RPA/ASN], 2000), palliative care education (Davison, Jhangri, Holley, & Moss, 2006; Ferrell, 2006; Fischer, Gozansky, Kutner, Chomiak, & Kramer, 2003; Holley et al., 2003; Moss et al., 2004), and commitment to provide clinically excellent and compassionate renal care inform and enrich this work.