Join The Alliance Webinar Faculty
Each year, we seek volunteers to assist with the planning and execution The Alliance four signature webinar series. If you are interested in joining one our national workgroups to engage your colleagues across the donation-transplantation continuum, we encourage you to apply!
How to Apply
Applications for 2020 Innovation Faculty remain open until Monday, November 11, 2019:
- Please provide your email of interest to Deanna Fenton, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Be sure to include your professional bio and contact information.
All other webinar faculty positions for 2020 are currently closed. Stay tuned next year for announcements regarding our 2021 faculty!
About Our WebinarsEach month, hundreds of members of the donation and transplantation community – including administrators, coordinators, physicians, nurses, surgeons, managers, quality improvement specialists, social workers, dieticians, and other healthcare professionals – participate in these webinars for engaged learning opportunities. The topics presented are cutting edge and address issues impacting the donation and transplantation community.
The Innovation Webinar Series highlights new, unique and inventive concepts in the fields of donation and transplantation.
The Get Connected Webinar Series focuses on topics that most relevant to organ procurement organizations and hospitals that care for donor patients.
The Transplant Webinar Series focuses on topics relevant to transplant centers caring for recipients or potential recipients.
The Brain Death Declaration Series focuses on the consistent declaration of brain death through uniform application of AAN Practice Parameters, and educating critical care personnel who assist or observe in the process.
To review the current webinar calendar, visit: http://organdonationalliance.org/education/webinar-series/
The purpose of the Webinar Faculty Workgroup is to ensure that the most current, evidence-based topics are selected for The Alliance webinars to be presented throughout the year. Additionally, the faculty will select content experts to present based on the topics identified. Lastly, the workgroup will collaborate to identify strategies for increasing webinar participation. These valuable webinars will ensure that healthcare professionals across the donation-transplantation continuum are equipped with best practices and strategies to effectively navigate their professional responsibilities.
The commitments of the faculty workgroups include:
- Serve a one-year term with the possibility of continuing for a second term.
- Identify topics and potential speakers for the yearly webinar calendar.
- Serve as a moderator for a selected webinar.
- Participate in quarterly, one-hour workgroup calls.
- Attend the monthly webinars to assess and evaluate the efficacy and ongoing needs.
- Actively communicate webinar opportunities to your colleagues and encourage organizational participation.
Leadership and Support:
The workgroup will be led and supported by The Alliance team.