Living donation toolkits
Kidney paired donation toolkits
Toolkit 1: Join us
Toolkit 2: KPD policy and resources
- KPD Quarterly Newsletter – Oct. 2020
- KPD Quarterly Newsletter – April 2020
- KPD Quarterly Newsletter – Jan. 2020
- KPD Quarterly Newsletter – Oct. 2019
- OPTN policy 13 (KPD)
- I just joined KPD. Now what?
- Consenting and enrolling pairs & non-directed donors
- Donor & candidate informed consent reference document
- Donor pre-screen questions and answers
- Donor medical record upload checklist
- Match offer process: I have an offer. Now what?
- How matching works
- Permissions & communication methods
- Strategies to improve match offer opportunities
- Match run for KPD donors to Waitlist
- Kidney transportation options
IN THE NEWS
OPTN policy, and related programming, will soon align with 2020 U.S. Public Health Service Guideline for assessing solid organ donors and monitoring transplant recipients for HIV, HBV, and HCV.
A new DonorNet Mobile will be available to the transplant hospital community in early 2021.
Nominees are volunteers— often donor parents, recipients, living donors or donor family members— who have gone “above and beyond” in promoting organ donation and transplantation with little public recognition.