UNOS launches new policy establishing a clear process for the expedited placement of deceased donor whole livers due to late turndowns.
TMF 2021 keynote speaker Amy Hunter on healthcare disparities in African-American communities, effect on organ donation and transplantation
How healthcare activists and advocates can work to undo, dismantle and interrupt patterns that lead to disparities.
Duke University transplant hospital administrator Ian Jamieson will speak on how important it is for a multidisciplinary team to use strategic planning
New distance-based approach includes changes to released organ allocation, medical urgency prioritization for kidney candidates and allocation of organs recovered in Alaska.
Resource toolkit, webinar recording, and instructions for cases in progress at implementation
Effective March 1, OPTN policies will be implemented to align with the 2020 U.S. Public Health Service Guideline for assessing solid organ donors and monitoring for HIV, HBV, and HCV.