Upcoming Community Events

12th Annual Living Donation Conference:
Essential Donor Team Concepts

After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the Living Donation Conference scheduled to take place in Clearwater Beach Florida, May 13-15. This decision was not made lightly. It was made with the singular goal to do what is best for transplant professionals, nurses, patients, their families and the entirety of the healthcare system. Ensuring the health and safety of you and your patients is our highest priority. Refunds will be processed as applicable. Future conferences are still scheduled as planned.

The Living Donor Conference planning committee

Purpose


This course is designed to meet the needs of both the novice and the experienced living organ donor professional. The curriculum focuses on essential and advanced concepts of clinical, psychosocial, advocacy, administrative, financial, quality, regulatory and ethical issues related to living organ donation.

The program includes plenary and breakout sessions organized into specialty tracks. The foundational track is designed for individuals with less than two years of experience. The advanced track includes content suitable for the more experienced practitioner. A third track is dedicated to the unique issues of living liver donation.


Who Should Attend


The following staff who are new to their roles, as well as, those who are experienced practitioners:

Independent Living Donor Advocates
Advanced Practice Practitioners
Coordinators and Nurses
Social Workers, Psychologists and Psychiatrists
Physicians
Administrators
Managers
Quality and Compliance Professionals


Continuing Education Information


Applications will be made to the American Board of Transplant Certification for CEPTCs and to the National Association of Social Workers.

This activity has been submitted to the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses for approval to award contact hours. The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.