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COVID Collaborative webinar: COVID-19: Past, present and future OPO operations

COVID Collaborative webinar: COVID-19: Past, present and future OPO operations

Register now for an upcoming webinar organized by the OPTN COVID Collaborative. This webinar will focus on issues related to organ procurement operations during COVID-19. Leaders of four OPOs are scheduled to discuss how their organizations are building new processes and addressing responses to the pandemic. The COVID Collaborative is driven to find ways to build OPO and transplant hospital relationships and this webinar is intended for donation and transplant audiences.*

 When: June 11, 2-3 p.m. EDT 

What: COVID-19: Past, present and future OPO operations

Webinar presented by the OPTN COVID Collaborative

How are OPOs adapting to organ recovery during the pandemic? What changes are they considering making to clinical processes and workforce configurations? This event brings together four OPO CEOs who will discuss these and other issues related to organ recovery operations during COVID-19. Attending this webinar will benefit the transplant community as well as OPO professionals, as it will allow those who work in transplant to learn how OPOs are adapting in the wake of COVID-19.

Panel Presenters:

  • Charlie Alexander, president and CEO, The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland
  • Kevin O’Connor, president and CEO, LifeCenter Northwest
  • Jeff Orlowski, president and CEO, LifeShare of Oklahoma
  • Jennifer Prinz, COO, Donor Alliance

After registering for the webinar, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. 

A recording will be available in the OPTN COVID Collaborative workspace for members.

The COVID Collaborative’s previous webinar, “Telemedicine, transplant and COVID-19: One transplant center’s experience” featured Pooja Singh, M.D., who discussed Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals’ Jefferson Transplant Institute’s approach to telemedicine. A recording of this webinar is available on the COVID Collaborative website.

*Effective July 10, 2020, the OPTN COVID Collaborative inactivated. Read the details.

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