WHY SHOULD I BECOME A NATCO MEMBER?
NATCO has a long history...Throughout the late 1960's and 1970's coordinators sought other colleagues from whom they could learn, but also with whom they could network in order to create a means of sharing organs from one donor across the country, with patients at other centers. NATCO grew out of a need for coordinators to build the US donation and transplantation system, as well as to define their profession.
Today, NATCO continues to provide the means for coordinators to excel in their profession. NATCO is the only organization of its kind dedicated to the advancement of both, donation and transplant professionals.
Education and Training: Acquire the knowledge and skills to competently conduct your role as coordinator. Maintain your certification through approved CEPTCs and Nursing Contact hours
Certifications: Prepare for certification examinations that provide advanced credentials
Professional Development: Publish your research in the NATCO journal, Progress in Transplantation; Participate in committees and workgroups; Submit abstracts and present at national conferences; Develop leadership skills through the Emerging Leaders Program
Community Leadership: As faculty and Board members you can give back to the community to help shape the future of donation and transplantation.
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Each individual NATCO membership ($175) includes:
1 year subscription to Progress in Transplantation journal. $100
10 CEPTC credits for free monthly webinars. 350
4 CEPTC credits for free journal article assessments 140
Discounted membership registrations _______
Total Value $590