TTS Education Academy (2013)

Recording still available however CME IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR THIS COURSE

Organizers

World class leaders (see below) are engaged to provide these webinars on key topics in medical education. These distinguished speakers offer a balanced representation from all parts of the world, including North and South America, Europe, Australia, Japan and the Middle East.

Course Director and TTS Education Committee Co-Chair

Medhat Askar
Director of Allogen Laboratories and a Staff Physician in the Transplant Center of the Digestive Diseases Institute, Transplantation Center, Cleveland Clinic. Associate Professor, Department of Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University.

Mehat Askar

TTS Education Committee Chair

Elmi Muller
Head of University of Cape Town adult transplantation service, Groote Schuur Hospital. Coordinator, adult renal and liver transplant services for the Western Province Region of South Africa.

Elmi Muller

ACADEMY FACULTY

World class leaders (see below) are engaged to provide these webinars on key topics in medical education. These distinguished speakers offer a balanced representation from all parts of the world, including North and South America, Europe, Australia, Japan and the Middle East.

Lecture 01 • February 19 • 15:00 EST

Using Experiential Learning in Medical Education: Understanding Your Learning Style and Your Role as an Educator
Speakers:
Dr. Alice Kolb • President, Experience Based Learning Systems, Inc.
Dr. David Kolb • Emeritus Professor of Organizational Behavior
Moderator:
Dr. Medhat Askar • Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, CCLCM
Alice Kolb David Kolb

Lecture 02 • March 19 • 15:00 EST

Systems Approach to Professional Health Care Education
Speaker:
Dr. Thomas Aretz • Vice President for Global Programs, Partners HealthCare International
Thomas Aretz

Lecture 03 • April 2 • 14:00 EST (GMT -04:00)

21st Century Curriculum Design: Fostering Expertise Through Experiential Learning and Feedback
Speakers:
Dr. Sharon K. Krackov • Independent Consultant in Medical Education
Dr. Henry Pohl • Vice Dean for Academic Administration, Albany Medical College
Sharon K Krackov Henry Pohl

Lecture 04 • May 7 • 07:00 EST

Making Assessment Meaningful to Learning
Speaker:
Dr. Cees P.M. van der Vleuten • Chair, Department of Educational Development and Research, University of Maastricht
Cees PM van der Vleuten

Lecture 05 • June 18 • 07:00 EST

The Skills You Need to be An Excellent Trainer or Teacher in the 21st Century
Speaker:
Dr. Ronald Harden • Emeritus Professor of Medical Education, University of Dundee
Ronald Harden

Lecture 06 • July 25 • 07:00 EST

Interaction in Problem-Based Learning Tutorials: Getting it right
Speaker:
Dr. Samy A. Azer • Chair, Curriculum Development Unit, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
Samy A Azer

Lecture 07 • August 29 • 07:30 EST

Using Technology and Social Media for Lifelong Learning
Speaker:
Dr. Neil Mehta • Director of Education Technology, CCLCM
Neil Mehta

Lecture 08 • September 18 • 15:00 EST

Strategies for Interactive Large Group Case Presentations
Speaker:
Dr. Elizabeth Armstrong • Director, Harvard Macy Institute, Harvard Medical School
Elizabeth Armstrong

Lecture 09 • October 18 • 07:00 EST

Inter-Professional Education
Speaker:
Dr. Hideomi Watanabe • Dean, Gunma University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Japan
Hideomi Watanabe

Lecture 10 • November 19 • 15:00 EST

Innovations in Professional Health Care Education
Speaker:
Dr. Price Kerfoot • Associate Prof, Harvard Medical School
Price Kerfoot

Lecture 11 • December 10 • 15:00 EST

Current Studies in Medical Education: WIWIKs (What I Wish I Knew Sooner
Speaker:
Dr. Klara Papp • Associate Dean for Assessment and Evaluation Penn State College of Medicine , Hershey, PA, USA
Klara Papp

Lecture 12 • January 14, 2014 • 07:00 EST

The Essential Nature of Scholarship: Advancing the Praxis of Teaching Publishing, and Promotion
Speaker:
Dr. Stewart Mennin • President, Mennin Consulting & Associates, Inc
Stewart Mennin

Practical Protocols for Living Donor Kidney Transplantation

 


practical_protocols_coverWhy do we need protocols?

 

Every transplant centre needs to make decisions on their routine practice, to decide on a set of protocols for the transplant surgeons and physicians at the centre. The reason for this is that all patients should be given the best possible care. These protocols should be based on current transplantation research and they should be updated at regular intervals. The objective is to reach the highest international standard of outcome after kidney transplantation.

For whom is this book written?

We have written this book for anyone who is working as a doctor or nurse at a kidney transplant centre, and recommend that you use it for critical discussions and decisions on the protocols used at your centre. You will need to make regular updates of the protocols in the future if you are to keep your practice current.

How to make your own protocols

You are invited to make a download of the text of this booklet in two versions: a pdf file (Adobe) and a doc file (Microsoft Office Word). If you want to make a print out of the same text as in the book, use the pdf file. If you want to make your own protocols, similar to what we have suggested but with an update or with local application, use the doc file and make your revisions in Word. The text is so far available in two languages; English and Chinese.

Henrik Ekberg
Zhongquan Qi

 


Download:

 

  1. English Adobe Acrobat .pdf [Download] 1.5 MB
  2. English Word .doc MS Word .doc [Download]
  3. Chinese Adobe Acrobat .pdf [Download]
  4. Chinese MS Word .doc [Download]

 

Education

The Transplantation Society is developing a comprehensive educational program for residents, fellows, transplant specialists and related professionals.

The program will include tutorials and video lectures by international experts in all aspects
of basic biology and clinical transplantation delivered using advanced internet technology.

The tutorials will be presented as they become available and are accessible to members
via the Member Login.

Presentations are currently available in the following categories:

  • Advances in Clinical Transplantation
  • New Technologies, Tools and Strategies for Predicting Outcomes
  • Science to Clinical Practice
  • Organ Donation and Allocation
  • Infectious Disease
  • Study Design for Clinical Researchers (through a link kindly provided to members by MIT)

The library will grow to form a comprehensive educational program in transplantation medicine and surgery.

Our Corporate Sponsors

TTS gratefully acknowledges the Corporate Partners whose generous support makes the work of the Society possible:

  • astellas
  • roche
  • sanofi