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GLOBAL OBSERVATORY ON DONATION AND TRANSPLANTATION

GLOBAL OBSERVATORY ON DONATION AND TRANSPLANTATION
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KDIGO GUIDELINES

Improving the care and outcomes of kidney disease patients worldwide through the development and implementation of global clinical practice guidelines.

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SOUTH EAST EUROPE INITIATIVE ON DECEASED ORGAN DONATION

In May 2011, eleven delegations, including a National Focal Point person (NFP) and transplant professionals, from the South East European countries accepted the invitation from the chairs, Dr. Francis Delmonico (The Transplantation Society; TTS) and Dr. Rutger Ploeg (European Society of Organ Transplantation; ESOT) to convene in Skopje, Macedonia, for a two-day workshop; the South East Europe Initiative on Deceased Organ Donation.

In May 2011, eleven delegations, including a National Focal Point person (NFP) and transplant professionals, from the South East European countries accepted the invitation from the chairs, Dr. Francis Delmonico (The Transplantation Society; TTS) and Dr. Rutger Ploeg (European Society of Organ Transplantation; ESOT) to convene in Skopje, Macedonia, for a two-day workshop; the South East Europe Initiative on Deceased Organ Donation.

This document includes, written by each country delegation, the summary of action plans resulting from the final working session at the meeting, followed by details and comments written shortly thereafter. It also contains a Summary of Action Plan Priorities in a table format to give an overview for discussion and finally some comments from the faculty. At the end we have included a photo album of all participants at the meeting with their contact details in order to facilitate further communication. Missing photo means that the member of the delegation could not make it to the meeting.

We thank all NFPs and their delegations for their pivotal contributions.

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