FOR ENTRY LEVEL & EXPERIENCED PRACTITIONERS
This is a training course on the essential aspects of clinical, psychosocial, advocacy, administrative, financial, quality and regulatory issues related to living donation. The program provides a foundational track for individuals with less than 2 years of experience in the care of the living donor. There is an advanced and a liver track for the experienced practitioners and continuing education/ plenary sessions for all attendees.
Continuing Education Credits
Applications will be made to the American Board of Transplant Certification for CEPTCs and to the National Association of Social Workers. This activity will be submitted to the American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA) for approval to award contact hours. ANNA is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses.
Who Should Attend?
The following staff who are new to their roles, as well as, those who are experienced practitioners:
- Independent Living Donor Advocates for all clinical disciplines
- Living Donor Coordinators
- Social Workers
- Physician leaders, Administrators and Managers for programs with living donor teams
- Quality and Compliance Staff
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