The Alliance is a recognized leader for providing education to the organ donation and transplantation community. We realize that engaged learning happens through a variety of innovative, technologically advanced education. The Alliance hosts several monthly webinar programs on the latest cutting-edge and timely topics impacting the donation and transplant community. From regulatory matters to donor management and transplant practices, you will find a webinar topic that meets your needs and improves your knowledge.

The webinar topics are identified, coordinated, and moderated by the Get Connected and Transplant webinar faculty workgroups. Please note that topics and webinar dates may be subject to change.

Missed a live webinar? See our list of on-demand webinars for access to the recording.

Is your organization an Alliance Professional Partner? Check Webinar Pricing & FAQs before registering.


Currently Open For Registration:
Cell-Free DNA in Transplant Assessments
Tuesday, January 28, 2020, 3pm-4pm ET / 12pm-1pm PT – Download Flyer

Medical and Legal Aspects of Family Conflict with the Medical Team at End-of-Life
Tuesday, February 11, 2020, 2pm-3pm ET / 11am-12pm PT – Download Flyer

Transplant Peer Mentors: A New Approach to Enhancing the Patient Experience
Thursday, February 27, 2020, 3pm-4pm ET / 12pm-1pm PT – Download Flyer

Donation Champions: Strategies for Developing Advocates Inside & Outside of the Hospital
Tuesday, March 10, 2020, 2pm-3pm ET / 11am-12pm PT – Download Flyer

Expanding the Donor Pool Through Utilization of Perceived Marginal Organs
Tuesday, March 24, 2020, 3pm-4pm ET / 12pm-1pm PT – Download Flyer

2020 Webinar Schedule:

 

Get Connected Webinars
Donation Professional and Hospital Focused

Transplant Webinars
Transplant Professional Focused

Special Webinars
Innovation, Brain Death & Other Topics


January


February


March


April

Topic: Cultural Diversity and Donation

Topic: NASH/Obesity Epidemic and its Impact on the Donor Pool

May

Topic: Disease Transmission

Topic: Improving the Referral Process

June

Topic: DCD Potpourri (FPA & OR Logistics)

Topic: Life After Regions: UNOS Geography-Based Approach

August

Topic: HLA and Crossmatches

Topic: ERAS/Frailty and Nutrition Management

September

Topic: HD Strategies to Increase Timely Referrals

Topic: Medical Marijuana and CBD Usage Pre/Post Transplant

October

Topic: Authorization Strategies

Topic: Staff Burnout and Coordinator Turnover

November

Topic: Faith Representation and Donation

Topic: CMS Guidelines/ILDA Role