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Donor Advocate Symposium 2013

When: Friday, 10/25/2013

Where: Dallas Arboretum, Rosine Hall, Dallas, Texas, 75218

What: A daylong symposium for clinicians and professionals who work with transplant candidates.

Who: Dialysis Center Nurses, Nurse Coordinators, Physicians, Clergy, Ethicists, Philosophers, Social Worker, and anyone with an interest in living donor transplantation ethical issues.

Course Material


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Living Donor Transplantation:  Current Trends & Challenges
Giuliano Testa, MD, FACS, MBA
Nicole Johnson, RN, MBA

The Turndown of Living Donors for Psychosocial Reasons:  
Competing Needs Of Risk Protection & Donor Autonomy

Sondra Cohen, MSW, LCSW

White Lie:  Right or Wrong?
Kathy Manley, RN, BSN, CCTC

House Call Project and Its Implication on Living Donor Awareness
James R. Rodrigue, PhD

Separating the Care of the Live Organ Donor from the Organ Recipient:
A Discussion of Requirements, Best Practices, & Clinical Issues

Cindy Brown, LMSW,  ACSW

Understanding the Donor
Jeanine Elkin, RN, CCTN, CCTC

Ever Changing World of Finances in Living Donor Transplantation
Kristin McClain, MBA

The Donor Experience
(no presentations will be available for this segment)

Johnny Brinlee, Jr.
Michelle Brennan Hall, CAP®
Christina B. Pippin, RN, CPTC