The Alliance is a respected leader for providing education to the organ donation and transplantation community. We recognize that busy healthcare professionals, physicians, nurses, social workers, respiratory therapists, and many other healthcare professionals working in donor hospitals, transplant programs, and organ procurement organizations, need an opportunity to be able to have access to on-demand educational opportunities, so you can watch and learn on your own schedule. This OnDemand education also allows individuals to obtain CEPTC credits upon completion of the webinar evaluation.

OnDemand education modules will generally be available within a few days after the live webinar.                                       AllianceAcademyFinal

To take advantage of the OnDemand webinars, please follow the instructions below:

  1. For more details and to register, select the registration link next to the topic of interest.
  2. The registration confirmation may be shared within an organization, so your fellow colleagues can also watch and receive credit.
  3. To obtain your CEPTC credits, please read the confirmation email carefully for instructions.

Please note: Most OnDemand webinars older than 12 months will become openly available, with no CEPTC opportunity. Past webinars can be found in the archive section of our website: http://organdonationalliance.org/education/archives/.

2020 On-Demand Webinars
Month
Get Connected Webinars
Transplant Webinars
Special Webinars

 
September
Timing is Everything: Strategies for Maintaining Timely Referrals Amidst a Pandemic
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Organ Donation and Disease Transmission
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Medical Marijuana and CBD Oil Use Pre and Post-Transplant
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August
Navigating the World of Antibodies in Transplantation
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Strategies to Reduce Coordinator Turnover and Improve Productivity
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July
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Expanding the Donor Pool Through Utilization of Perceived Marginal Organs
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June
ABC’s of DCDD: The Legal Aspects of Pursuing an Authorized Donor in DCDD Cases
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Antimicrobial Stewardship: Improving Transplant Outcomes and the Patient Experience
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Life After Regions: UNOS’ Geography-Based Approach
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April
Cultural Perspectives: African Americans and Organ Donation
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A Hefty Problem in Transplant: The Obesity Epidemic
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March
Donation Champions: Strategies for Developing Advocates Inside & Outside of the Hospital
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DCDD Heart Recovery: Achieving the Impossible Through Innovative Perfusion Technologies
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February
Medical & Legal Aspects of Family Conflict with the Medical Team at End-of-Life
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Transplant Peer Mentors: A New Approach to Enhancing the Patient Experience
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January
Recovering Organs Under the HOPE Act: Procurement Challenges, Solutions, and Strategies to Maximize Donors
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Cell-free DNA in Transplant Assessments
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2019 On-Demand Webinars
Month
Get Connected Webinars
Transplant Webinars
Special Webinars

 
November
Strategies for Success: Navigating Access to Electronic Medical Records
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C-ing the Future: Medical, Ethical, and Financial Considerations of Hepatitis C Transplants
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Brain Death Declaration: Better Quality and Uniformity – The Physicians’ Perspective*
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Donor Heart Preservation in the 21st Century
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October
End-of-Life Conversations: A Collaborative Approach to Donation
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Determining Eligibility of Blood Type B Candidates for Transplant with Blood Type A 2 Kidneys
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Technology Tools to Improve Organ Acceptance
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September
Referrals on the Rise: Strategies for Improving Timely Organ Referrals
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Living Donor Liver and Kidney Transplantations: Pushing the Envelope by Changing the Paradigms
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Innovative Donor Management in In-House Recovery Centers
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August
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Protect the Skin You’re In: Early Detection and Prevention of Skin Cancer
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