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2013 - ISODP 2013 Congress (Sydney)

Oral Presentation 17 on Graft and Patient Outcomes 2
24 November 2013  /  11:00 - 12:00

Time to donate: the relationship between the time from declaration of brain death to procurement of organs on liver transplant allograft outcomes

Presenter: Nudrat Rashid, Sydney, Australia

- Time to donate: the relationship between the time from declaration of brain death to procurement of organs on liver transplant allograft outcomes

Presenter: Nudrat Rashid, Sydney, Australia

Deceased donors with severe acute kidney injury - A potential source to expand the donor pool

Presenter: Nitin Katariya, Phoenix, United States

- Deceased donors with severe acute kidney injury - A potential source to expand the donor pool

Presenter: Nitin Katariya, Phoenix, United States

Oral Presentation 18 on Education and Communications 4
24 November 2013  /  11:00 - 12:00

Good Samaritan Kidney Donation: A Comparative Study Between New Zealand and Australia

Presenter: Kusam Nagi, Sydney , Australia

- Good Samaritan Kidney Donation: A Comparative Study Between New Zealand and Australia

Presenter: Kusam Nagi, Sydney , Australia

Value adding information distribution to a distributed network of organ donation professionals via content curation

Presenter: Deborah Verran, Canberra, Australia

- Value adding information distribution to a distributed network of organ donation professionals via content curation

Presenter: Deborah Verran, Canberra, Australia

Education and strategy: aligning the focus to increase particpant engagement

Presenter: Rohit D'Costa, Parkville, Australia

- Education and strategy: aligning the focus to increase particpant engagement

Presenter: Rohit D'Costa, Parkville, Australia

The development and facilitation of an organ donation education workshop for perioperative nurses.

Presenter: Nicole Gauthier, Carlton, Australia

- The development and facilitation of an organ donation education workshop for perioperative nurses.

Presenter: Nicole Gauthier, Carlton, Australia

Interpreting in end of life and organ and tissue donation conversations - a DVD to guide and support interpreters, medical, nursing, social work and pastoral care staff involved in these conversations.

Presenter: Monica Dowling, Melbourne , Australia

- Interpreting in end of life and organ and tissue donation conversations - a DVD to guide and support interpreters, medical, nursing, social work and pastoral care staff involved in these conversations.

Presenter: Monica Dowling, Melbourne , Australia

Addressing stigma and engaging orthodox religious communities around organ and tissue donation.

Presenter: Lyn Phillipson, Wollongong, Australia

- Addressing stigma and engaging orthodox religious communities around organ and tissue donation.

Presenter: Lyn Phillipson, Wollongong, Australia

Oral Presentation 19 on Quality Systems
24 November 2013  /  11:00 - 12:00

Driving Data Up, Driving Data Down: One's Experience Utilizing Dashboards, Scorecards and Reports to Increase Organ and Tissue Donation

Presenter: Sharon West, Philaelphia, PA, United States

- Driving Data Up, Driving Data Down: One's Experience Utilizing Dashboards, Scorecards and Reports to Increase Organ and Tissue Donation

Presenter: Sharon West, Philaelphia, PA, United States

Understanding Family Decisions Regarding Organ Donation

Presenter: Sandra Neate, Melbourne, Australia

- Understanding Family Decisions Regarding Organ Donation

Presenter: Sandra Neate, Melbourne, Australia

Oral Presentation 20 on Tissue Donation
24 November 2013  /  11:00 - 12:00

Collaborating with medical examiners and coroners to increase donation

Presenter: Kimberly Young, Edmonton, Canada

- Collaborating with medical examiners and coroners to increase donation

Presenter: Kimberly Young, Edmonton, Canada

Donating organs? OK, "but tissues? hmm" Any suggestion to improve the situation?

Presenter: Beatrice Pelleriaux, Sterrebeek, Belgium

- Donating organs? OK, "but tissues? hmm" Any suggestion to improve the situation?

Presenter: Beatrice Pelleriaux, Sterrebeek, Belgium

Challenges of Implementing a Donation Service in Rural and Remote Australia

Presenter: Nichalas Nuttall, Woolloongabba, Australia

- Challenges of Implementing a Donation Service in Rural and Remote Australia

Presenter: Nichalas Nuttall, Woolloongabba, Australia

Challenges and progress of eye banking in bangladesh

Presenter: Mir Rahman, Chittagong, Bangladesh

- Challenges and progress of eye banking in bangladesh

Presenter: Mir Rahman, Chittagong, Bangladesh

Fact not fiction, unifying Australian wide tissue and eye donation data is possible.

Presenter: Kylie Hurst, Adelaide, Australia

- Fact not fiction, unifying Australian wide tissue and eye donation data is possible.

Presenter: Kylie Hurst, Adelaide, Australia

Closing Remarks - The Future
24 November 2013  /  12:00 - 13:00

Science Versus Science Fiction: the future of transplantation

Presenter: Philip O'Connell, Sydney, Australia

- Science Versus Science Fiction: the future of transplantation

Presenter: Philip O'Connell, Sydney, Australia

Presentation of ISODP 2015 in Korea

Presenter: Jongwon Ha, Seoul, Korea

- Presentation of ISODP 2015 in Korea

Presenter: Jongwon Ha, Seoul, Korea

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