2019 Call for Abstracts: Poster Presentations

This year, we invited individuals to share their research and/or non-research projects by submitting an abstract to be considered for a poster presentation at the 2019 National Donor Management Summit.

Accepted Submissions

Thank you to everyone who submitted! We are pleased to announce the following abstracts have been accepted for poster presentation at the 2019 National Donor Management Summit:

ABO Verification In The Face of a Massive Transfusion Protocol
Rich Amos, Indiana Donor Network

Re-Intubation and Ventilation of Donation After Circulatory Death Donors
Ashley Brown, Gift of Life Michigan

Successful Organ Recovery Using an Expedited DCD Recovery Process
Pamela Chambers, UW Organ and Tissue Donation

Does Donation Really Benefit Donor Families? All Signs Point to YES!
Stefanie Coomans-Dziedzic, MS, Gift of Hope

Cardiac Transplantation from Donors on VV ECMO
Jessica Houghtlen, Lifebanc

Deceased Organ and Tissue Donation After Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD): A Canadian Experience
Kiran Khatar, British Columbia Transplant

The Use of Mobile Software for Real-Time, Secure, Team-Based Procurement and Transplantation Team Communication to Improve the Deceased Donor Organ Transplantation Process
Chelsea Larson, OmniLife, Inc.

Predicting Deceased Donor Kidney Transplant Outcomes: Comparing KDRI/KDPI with Machine Learning
Chelsea Larson, OmniLife, Inc.

Utilization of Three Advanced Practice Organ Recruitment Donor Management Protocols Results in Seven Organs Donated in a Case Originally Classified as Medical Rule Out With Multisystem Organ Failure
Veronica Lawrence, University of Wisconsin Organ and Tissue Donation

Electronic Donor Referrals Have Arrived
Wade Liu, Transplant Connect

Take Us Off Your Pedestal: Normalizing Anonymous Kidney Donation
Cody Maynard, Donor to Donor

Prone Ventilation: We Know It Works, So Why Aren’t We Doing It? A Literature Review of Barriers to Prone Ventilation in the Brain Dead Donor
Kerry McCollem, New England Donor Services

Creative Vignettes: Using Simulation to Impact Organ Donation
Dannesia Ragland, Carolina Donor Services

How a Strong Donor Resource Team Can Open Doors for the OPO and Increase Donor Outcomes
Sunne Reif, Donor Alliance

Overcoming Obstacles in the DCD Process
Meredith Shelton, Tennessee Donor Services

Improving Donation after Cardiac Death Education in the Hospital Setting Using Unit-Based Simulation
Lindsey Shinn, Mid-America Transplant

Best Practice for Image Sharing: OPO & Hospital Collaborate to Streamline Process for Donation
Erika Wilkerson, Gift of Hope Organ and Tissue Donor Network