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Plenary Opening Ceremonies Welcome address, Ceremonies, Artist and Choir Performances
Jongwon Ha, Kimberly P. Young, Hon. Jin Yeop Jung, Suk-Koo Lee, and Francis L. Delmonico
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Plenary Donation after Circulatory Death Hospital protocols for uncontrolled DCD
Marti Manyalich, Spain
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Plenary Donation after Circulatory Death Hospital protocols for controlled DCD
Paul Murphy, United Kingdom
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Plenary Donation after Circulatory Death Detection of DCD
Alvaro Rojas-Pena, United States
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Plenary Ethics Incentives for organ donation
Michael Bos, Netherlands
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Plenary Ethics DICG update: progress and challenges
Jeremy Chapman, Australia
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Plenary Ethics Paediatric protectionism: is ethical anxiety undermining deceased donation?
Dominique Martin, Australia
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Plenary Ethics Organ Donation after Patient’s request for Physician Aided Euthanasia
Dirk Ysebaert, Belgium
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Plenary Keynote Lecture Organ and Tissue Regeneration
James Yoo, United States
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Plenary Living Donation Donor family interaction
S.A. Anwar Naqvi, Pakistan
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Plenary Living Donation What outcomes matter to donors?
Allison Tong, Australia
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Plenary Tissue Donation Traceability
Scott Brubaker, United States
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Plenary Tissue Donation Quality control in tissue banking
George Herrera, United States
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Plenary Tissue Donation Safety aspects of tissue donation
Marisa Herson, Australia
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Plenary Tissue Donation How to improve tissue donation?
Howard Nathan, United States
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Debate Controversies in Heart Transplantation from DCD Scientific background of death determination in DCD
Stephen Beed, Canada
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Debate Controversies in Heart Transplantation from DCD Report of the cases of heart transplantation in US
David Campbell, United States
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Debate Controversies in Heart Transplantation from DCD Terminology around death and donor families
James A. Hynds, United States
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Debate Controversies in Heart Transplantation from DCD Report of the cases of heart transplantation from DCD in Australia
Peter Macdonald, Australia
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Round-Table Bangladesh, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and Vietnam Perspective from Mongolia
Pandaan Batchuluun, Mongolia
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Round-Table Bangladesh, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and Vietnam Perspective from Vietnam
Thi Ngoc Thu Du, Viet Nam
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Round-Table Bangladesh, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and Vietnam Perspective from Malaysia
Fadhilah Mansor, Malaysia
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Round-Table Bangladesh, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and Vietnam Perspective from Pakistan
S.A. Anwar Naqvi, Pakistan
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Round-Table Bangladesh, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and Vietnam Perspective from Myanmar
Htar Kyi Swe, Myanmar
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Round-Table China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand Perspective from Thailand
Visist Dhitavat, Thailand
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Round-Table China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand Perspective from Hong Kong
Jenny Koo, Hong Kong
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Round-Table China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand Perspective of Organ Donation from Taiwan
Po-Chang Lee, Taiwan
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Round-Table China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand Perspective from China
Li Li, People's Republic of China
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Round-Table China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand Perspective from Japan
Naoshi Shinozaki, Japan
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Round-Table China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand Perspective from India
Sunil Shroff, India
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Concurrent Symposium Challenging Aspects in the Work of a Coordinator Difficulties in donor assessment
Gunter Kirste, Germany
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Concurrent Symposium Challenging Aspects in the Work of a Coordinator Difficulties in getting adequate past medical information
Philippe Morel, Switzerland
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Concurrent Symposium Challenging Aspects in the Work of a Coordinator Organisational difficulties
Kevin O'Connor, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Challenging Aspects in the Work of a Coordinator Difficulties in family approach
Meg Rogers, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Donor Derived or Transmitted Disease Poisoned donor / Neurological diseases/inherited disease
Philippe Hantson, Belgium
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Concurrent Symposium Donor Derived or Transmitted Disease Donor derived infection, bacterial
Michael Ison, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Donor Derived or Transmitted Disease Donor derived infections, viral
Sang Il Kim, Korea
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Concurrent Symposium Donor Derived or Transmitted Disease Donor transmitted malignancies
Kerstin Moench, Germany
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Concurrent Symposium Future of Donation Tissue engineering in Cardiovascular Surgery
Serghei Cebotari, Germany
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Concurrent Symposium Future of Donation Xenotransplantation
Chung-Gyu Park, Korea
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Concurrent Symposium Future of Donation HSCT with organ transplantation
John Scandling, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Future of Donation Donor genes and transplant outcome
Mark D. Stegall, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Mass Media Campaigns to promote organ transplantation and donation in Japan
Norihide Fukushima, Japan
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Concurrent Symposium Mass Media Telling the Story of Donation
Kent Holloway, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Mass Media Social Networking Service (Blog, Twitter, Facebook)
Susan Mau Larson, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Mass Media Broadcast (TV and radio)
Thomas Mone, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Organ Allocation Policy Liver
Myoung Soo Kim, Korea
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Concurrent Symposium Organ Allocation Policy Kidney
Alan Leichtman, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Organ Allocation Policy Heart and lung
Andre Simon, United Kingdom
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Concurrent Symposium Paired Donation Korea - development of concept and current situation
Soon-Il Kim, Korea
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Concurrent Symposium Paired Donation From Paired donation to ABO-i kidnex transplantation - European experience
Gunter Kirste, Germany
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Concurrent Symposium Paired Donation What is the best option for sensitized or ABO-incompatible recipients? Paired donation or desensitization?
Kazunari Tanabe, Japan
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Concurrent Symposium Preservation and Perfusion Heart
Andre Simon, United Kingdom
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Concurrent Symposium Preservation and Perfusion Lung
Andre Simon, United Kingdom
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Concurrent Symposium Preservation and Perfusion Preservation of livers for transplantation
Stefan Tullius, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Quality Improvement Three clinical trials I would like to see happen
John S. Gill, Canada
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Concurrent Symposium Quality Improvement ODEQUS Hospital Quality indicators in DBD, DCD and LD. EU Project
Marti Manyalich, Spain
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Concurrent Symposium Tissue Donation Pitfalls in family approach
John Clarke, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Tissue Donation Hospital based or independent facility based
Howard Nathan, United States
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Concurrent Symposium Tissue Donation Requirement vs supply: unmet needs
Faissal Shaheen, Saudi Arabia
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Concurrent Symposium Vascularized Composite Allograft Experience of extremity transplantation
Stefan Schneeberger, Austria
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Early Morning Symposium Crisis Management of Donor Circulatory management
Stephen Beed, Canada
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Early Morning Symposium Crisis Management of Donor Pulmonary management
Stephen Beed, Canada
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Early Morning Symposium Crisis Management of Donor Crises in managing paediatric donors
Thomas Nakagawa, United States
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Early Morning Symposium Donor Management Donor quality assessment
Louis Beaulieu, Canada
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Early Morning Symposium Donor Management Donor management and organ resuscitation
Thomas Nakagawa, United States
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Early Morning Symposium Family Care Donor Family Care - The Journey after the "YES"
Tina Coco, Australia
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Early Morning Symposium Family Care Family approach and consent obtainment
Helen Opdam, Australia
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Early Morning Symposium Public and Professional Education Public awareness improvement
Won-Hyun Cho, Korea
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Early Morning Symposium Public and Professional Education Education - professionals
Susan Gunderson, United States
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Early Morning Symposium Public and Professional Education Education for the public at all ages
Kimberly Young, Canada
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Workshop Is Pumping Better for Organ Donation? Heart Preservation with Pumping System - Results of the European Trials
Kerstin Brehm, Germany
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Workshop Is Pumping Better for Organ Donation? Organ and tissue preservation: Pathophysiology, consequences and novel concepts
Stefan Tullius, United States
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Workshop Tissue Donation Safety and Traceability of Tissues and Organ
Scott Brubaker, United States
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Workshop Tissue Donation Storage of Tissues and Safety Aspects
George Herrera, United States
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Workshop Tissue Donation How to Improve Tissue Donation?
Howard Nathan, United States
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Workshop Tissue Donation Cornea donation
Joo Youn Oh, Korea
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Oral Presentation Allocation Implementation of the National Institute of Health Common Fund’s Genotype-Tissue Expression Project within an Organ Procurement Organization through Collection of Human Tissue Samples from Organ & Tissue Donors
John Clarke, United States
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Oral Presentation Allocation Moving towards greater acceptance of older donors in Australia
Helen Opdam, Australia
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Oral Presentation Allocation Positive Rates of Preliminary Crossmatches among Transplant Candidates Waitlisted for Different Organs in the Korean Network for Organ Sharing
Myoung Hee Park, Korea
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Oral Presentation Allocation Cornea transplantation in Bangladesh: who do the eye banks serve?
Mir Rahman, Bangladesh
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Oral Presentation Best Practices in Donation Current Status of Deceased Organ Donation in Japan
Atsushi Aikawa, Japan
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Oral Presentation Best Practices in Donation Development of protocol for deceased kidney transplantation recipients while waiting for kidney transplantation.
Hyun Jung Kim, Korea
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Oral Presentation Best Practices in Donation The Effect of the Donation Improvement Program in Korea
Hwajung Lee, Korea
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Oral Presentation Best Practices in Donation Understanding OTD requesting practice: evaluation of flexible practice in a complex environment
Virginia Lewis, Australia
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Oral Presentation Best Practices in Donation Expanding best practices in a donor hospital
Rosemary O'Meeghan, United States
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Oral Presentation Best Practices in Donation Do next of kin or the deceased refuse organ donation – a national registration
Monika Olofsson Storrø, Norway
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Oral Presentation Best Practices in Donation Understanding Deceased Donors with Zero Organs Recovered
Jeffrey Punch, United States
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Oral Presentation Best Practices in Donation Usability of the rapid assessment of hospital procurement barriers in donation (RAPiD) as a tool for OPO hospital development staff
Heather Traino, United States
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Oral Presentation Bioethics & Law Organ Donation after Euthanasia in the Netherlands
Jan Bollen, Netherlands
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Oral Presentation Bioethics & Law Relationships between social attitudes towards deceased organ donation and the donation rates in Poland – the country with opting-out system
Jaros?aw Czerwi?ski, Poland
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Oral Presentation Bioethics & Law Kidney recipients sourcing and recruiting their own commercial kidney donors prior to accompanying them to overseas centers for transplantation. Six case studies of an emerging model of organ trafficking involving online medical tourism brokers.
Campbell Fraser, Australia
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Oral Presentation Bioethics & Law Are financial incentives for living kidney donation really a moral imperative?
Dominique Martin, Australia
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Oral Presentation Bioethics & Law International systems and mechanisms for assessing traceability and transparency of organ donations
David Matas, Canada
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Oral Presentation Bioethics & Law Legal issues concerning eye donation in Bangladesh
Mir Rahman, Bangladesh
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Oral Presentation Bioethics & Law Missed opportunities after cardiac death organ donors: should every referral be pursued? A large single US organ procurement organization experience
Steven Rudich, United States
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Oral Presentation Determination of Brain Death Comparison of classic catheter insufflation technique and ventilator derived continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) for apnea testing in the diagnosis of brain death in patients with poor baseline lung function – primary report.
Romuald Bohatyrewicz, Poland
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Oral Presentation Determination of Brain Death Evaluation of computed tomographic angiography with low volume of contrast for the confirmation of cerebral circulatory arrest in brain death diagnosis.
Romuald Bohatyrewicz, Poland
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Oral Presentation Determination of Brain Death Spontaneous and reflex movements of the brain death in Youngnam region of Korea
Minhwa Kim, Korea
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Oral Presentation Determination of Brain Death Pulmonary microcirculation intravital microscopic study: the impact of brain death induction in rats
Isaac Silva, Brazil
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Oral Presentation Determination of Brain Death A Study on the Brain Death Determination Procedure in Korea : Focusing on EEG
Ohhyuk Yun, Korea
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Oral Presentation Donation after Brain Death Organ Procurement from Deceased Expats in Kuwait
Mustafa Al Mousawi, Kuwait
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Oral Presentation Donation after Brain Death Australia’s Role in Supporting the Introduction of Deceased Organ Donation and Kidney Transplantation in New Caledonia
Richard Allen, Australia
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Oral Presentation Donation after Brain Death Outcomes of Kidney recipients according to Pre-transplantation Renal Replacement therapy
Jae Geun Lee, Korea
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Oral Presentation Donation after Brain Death Pancreas retrieval and successful transplant across the Australian continent
Sara Shahrestani, Australia
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Oral Presentation Donation after Brain Death The impact of timely notification and effective requesting protocols on organ donation conversion rates
Kathy Yandle, United States
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Oral Presentation Donation after Circulatory Death Does Donor Serum Creatinine in Donation after Cardiac Death Cases Impact the Long Term Outcome in Kidney Transplantation?
Juntaro Ashikari, Japan
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Oral Presentation Donation after Circulatory Death Organ donation in Poland; numbers, indicators and trend estimation
Jaros?aw Czerwi?ski, Poland
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Oral Presentation Donation after Circulatory Death The Combined Predictive Value of the ECD Criteria for Long-term Graft Survival of Kidneys from Donors after Cardiac Death: A Single-center Experience over Three Decades
Mamoru Kusaka, Japan
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Oral Presentation Donation after Circulatory Death Over 1600 DCD Organs Transplanted in 20 Years: An Effective Organ Procurement Organization's DCD Program Increases the Donor Pool
Howard Nathan, United States
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Oral Presentation Donation after Circulatory Death Overcoming hospital resistance to create a successful donation after circulatory death program
Rosemary O'Meeghan, United States
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Oral Presentation Donation after Circulatory Death What is the maximum potential for donation after circulatory death in Australia?
David Pilcher, Australia
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Oral Presentation Donation after Circulatory Death Machine pulsatile perfusion parameters and histological findings from a multicenter randomized controlled trial of thrombolytic therapy following DCD kidney donation.
Kenneth Woodside, United States
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Oral Presentation Donor Management Extended criteria lung donation- Its not what you've got but what you do with it
Jamie Hobson, Australia
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Oral Presentation Donor Management Risk factor for initial poor graft function in orthotopic liver transplant
Sung Won Jung, Korea
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Oral Presentation Donor Management Long-Term Cosmetic Outcomes of Wound Following the Different Minimally Invasive Incisions for Living Donor Hepatectomy in Liver Transplantation
Kyung Ae Kim, Korea
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Oral Presentation Donor Management Outcome of Split-Liver Transplantation in Korean: Analysis of the KONOS Data Base
Sanghee Song, Korea
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Oral Presentation Donor Management Pre-Transplant Live Donor Evaluation Protocol for Liver Transplantation at A Single Major Center
Sanghee Song, Korea
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Oral Presentation Education in Organ Donation Postgraduate Studies for transplant coordinators at Medical University of Warsaw; 8 years of experience, over 400 graduates
Jaros?aw Czerwi?ski, Poland
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Oral Presentation Education in Organ Donation Family communication and authorization training increases donation professionals’ knowledge and confidence in conducting the donation conversation
Theresa Daly, United States
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Oral Presentation Education in Organ Donation Management tools of a Commission-hospital Donation of Organs and Tissues: Profile of the Nursing team.
Luiz Gustavo Dias da Curz, Brazil
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Oral Presentation Education in Organ Donation Promoting cultural change through professional education
Eva Mehakovic, Australia
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Oral Presentation Education in Organ Donation Surgical Resident Training on Explaining Brain Death Improves Organ Donation Performance
Howard Nathan, United States
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Oral Presentation Education in Organ Donation The Reasons for denial of organ donation Potential Brain Dead Patient’s Family
Heekyung Ryu, Korea
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Oral Presentation Education in Organ Donation A comparison of the quality and content of communication in requests for adult and pediatric organ donation
Heather Traino, United States
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Oral Presentation Education in Organ Donation Transplant Procurement Management (TPM) Model Training; Dramatic Reform of the Mindset of Health Care Professionals in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
Mikiko Yoshikawa, Japan
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Oral Presentation Family Care Motivations, challenges, and attitudes to self-management in kidney transplant recipients: a systematic review of qualitative studies
Camilla Hanson, Australia
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Oral Presentation Family Care Evaluation of Depression in Deceased Organ Donor Family And Family care program
Gahee Kim, Korea
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Oral Presentation Family Care Understanding the Australian donor family experience
Eva Mehakovic, Australia
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Oral Presentation Family Care The influence of mothers in family deceased organ donation decisions
Holly Northam, Australia
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Oral Presentation Family Care Factors influencing on families’ refusal for organ donation in Korea
Hyunjin Park, Korea
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Oral Presentation Improving Knowledge A Comparison of Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Organ Donation Experiences
Michael Adair-Kriz, United States
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Oral Presentation Improving Knowledge Managing a Communications Center that Supports All Mission Critical Functions of a High Volume Organ Procurement Organization (OPO)
John Clarke, United States
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Oral Presentation Improving Knowledge eLearning offers flexibility and on-demand access for donation professionals around the world
Theresa Daly, United States
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Oral Presentation Improving Knowledge How eLearning is utilized to help donation professionals conduct the Donor Risk Assessment Interview (DRAI)
Theresa Daly, United States
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Oral Presentation Improving Knowledge Competitive hospital challenge contributes to increase in donor designation and informs future strategies aimed at increasing donation rates
John Green, United States
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Oral Presentation Improving Knowledge The concept of Brain Death and Organ Donation is well understood by age of 11 years: A study from India
Avnish Seth, India
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Oral Presentation Improving Knowledge Impact of professional education on hospital staff knowledge & beliefs
Vanessa White, Australia
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Oral Presentation Improving Knowledge "Donation Champion" Training Sessions For Hospital Personnel Increases Referrals While Dramatically Decreasing The Number of Missed Referrals
Kathy Yandle, United States
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Oral Presentation Improving Knowledge Implementation of hospital-wide eLearning training program results in decreased rate of delayed tissue donor referrals and improved tissue donation outcomes
Kathy Yandle, United States
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Oral Presentation Intensive Care The changing critical care environment prompts this organ procurement organization to identify six scenarios for approaching families about organ donation opportunities
Caitlin Clarke, United States
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Oral Presentation Intensive Care Attitudes Towards Organ Donor Advocacy Among Swedish Intensive and Critical Care Nurses: A summary of a Doctoral Dissertation
Anne Floden, Sweden
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Oral Presentation Intensive Care Swedish Intensive Care Nurses Attitudes Towards Organ Donor Advocacy
Anne Floden, Sweden
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Oral Presentation Intensive Care Opportunities for Improvement in an Ever-Changing Pool of Potential Donors
Richard Hasz, United States
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Oral Presentation Intensive Care Analysis of causes for interruption in process of brain death management
Jeong Lim Lee, Korea
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Oral Presentation Intensive Care A collaborative approach to requesting supports good practice and increases consent rates: results of a national pilot of organ donation requesting models in Australia
Virginia Lewis, Australia
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Oral Presentation Intensive Care Impact of a Collaborative Requesting Model (CRM) on practice and consent rates where the patient’s wishes are known and not known
Virginia Lewis, Australia
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Oral Presentation Intensive Care The impact of hydroxyethyl starch use in renal function after kidney transplantation
Sang Jun Park, Korea
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Oral Presentation Living Donation Australian Kidney Exchange (AKX) Donor Kidneys Travel in Style
Richard Allen, Australia
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Oral Presentation Living Donation Pre donation factors affecting post donation albumin excretion in living kidney donors
Hatem Amer, United States
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Oral Presentation Living Donation Causes of exclusion during living donor evaluation
Ahram Han, Korea
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Oral Presentation Living Donation “Everyone’s got their own threshold” Nephrologists’ perspectives on patient eligibility and access to living kidney donor transplantation
Camilla Hanson, Australia
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Oral Presentation Living Donation Psychosocial impact of donation process: evaluation of living kidney donor satisfaction
Ana Menjivar, Spain
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Oral Presentation Living Donation Perspectives of donors and recipients on the impact of living kidney donation on donor-recipient relationships: thematic synthesis of qualitative studies
Angelique Ralph, Australia
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Oral Presentation Living Donation Advances of donor operation in living donor liver transplantation from over 1,000 cases at a single institution
Kyung-Suk Suh, Korea
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Oral Presentation Living Donation Factors that are associated with potential living donors who do not complete the evaluation process
Joyce Trompeta, United States
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Oral Presentation Organ Preservation Reasons of Kidney Discard after allocation and procurement
Song-Yi Kim, Korea
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Oral Presentation Organ Preservation A research and development of perfusion preservation machine for marginal graft
Naoto Matsuno, Japan
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Oral Presentation Organ Preservation Electronmicroscopic evaluation of DCD livers preserved by machine perfusion preservation
Naoto Matsuno, Japan
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Oral Presentation Organ Preservation Viability Evaluation of DCD Kidneyduring Rewarming Machine Perfusion
Hiromichi Obara, Japan
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Oral Presentation Organ Preservation Kidney transplantation from donors after cardiac death donors with one warm ischemic time: 5-years outcomes
Oleg Reznik, Russian Federation
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Oral Presentation Organ Preservation Successful ex vivo lung perfusion; don`t make any mistake!
Shadi Shafaghi, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
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Oral Presentation Organization of Organ Donation Organ Donor Allocation System for Liver Transplantation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Call for major revision
Mohammed AlSebayel, Saudi Arabia
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Oral Presentation Organization of Organ Donation Growing a Successful Relationship Between an Organ Procurement Organization and a Coroner/Medical Examiner's Office
Brent Bergquist, United States
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Oral Presentation Organization of Organ Donation Organ donation in the U.S.: The tale of the African American journey of moving from the bottom to the top!
Clive Callender, United States
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Oral Presentation Organization of Organ Donation Engaging with Religious and Faith Communities: Australia, Islam and Organ Donation
Suzi Clark, Australia
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Oral Presentation Organization of Organ Donation An effective social media strategy to promote awareness and engagement increases public education and donor designations
John Green, United States
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Oral Presentation Organization of Organ Donation Birth Weight as a Marker of Nephron Number: Implementation in the Education of Living Kidney Donor Outcomes?
Thomas Schachtner, Germany
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Oral Presentation Organization of Organ Donation The Impact of Chronic Pain, Hypertension and Fatigue on Long-term Quality of Life after Living Kidney Donation
Thomas Schachtner, Germany
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Oral Presentation Organization of Organ Donation Green Corridor for rapid transit of heart for transplantation: A first for North India.
Avnish Seth, India
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Oral Presentation Public Campaigns SEUSA PROGRAM: A SUCESFULL MODEL TO DEVELOP A DONATION SYSTEM. THE TRINIDAD AND TOBAGOEXPERIENCE
Chloë Ballesté , Spain
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Oral Presentation Public Campaigns Attitude and awareness towards organ donation in western India
Manish Balwani, India
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Oral Presentation Public Campaigns Public education using voting system, a better method to deliver information about organ donation and transplantation to the public
Won-Hyun Cho, Korea
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Oral Presentation Public Campaigns Sustainability of ETPOD Program (European Training Program on Organ Donation) in Poland; the impact on donation indicators
Jaros?aw Czerwi?ski, Poland
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Oral Presentation Public Campaigns Effective public education campaigns promoting state donor registries increase donor designations and actual organ donation
John Green, United States
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Oral Presentation Public Campaigns A Study on the Recognition of Independent Organ Procurement Organization (IOPO) and Its Roles in Korea
Kyung Sook Jang, Korea
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Oral Presentation Public Campaigns Public knowledge and attitudes towards organ donation and transplantation in Sri Lanka: a pilot study
Dominique Martin, Australia
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Oral Presentation Public Campaigns A demographic profile of those who skip the vital talk after taking an organ donation pledge
Sunil Shroff, India
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Oral Presentation Public Campaigns The insufficient information about the donation to the general public and the excessive prudences of the doctors in the emergency institutes hamper the development of the transplantation medicine in Japan
Shun-ichi Yoshikai, Japan
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Oral Presentation Public Policy Knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs toward organ donation among social media users
Abeer Alfardan , Saudi Arabia
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Oral Presentation Public Policy The Working Together Alliance (WTA): An international tool to design a common action plan to maximize the impact of the initiatives related organ donation and transplantation
Chloë Ballesté , Spain
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Oral Presentation Public Policy Impact of the Doha model of Organ Donation and Transplantation: five years after implementation of the Doha Donation Accord
Riadh Fadhil, Qatar
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Oral Presentation Public Policy A Systematic Translation Process for Cross-cultural Adaptation of the Instrument: Attitudes Towards Organ Donor Advocacy Scale (ATODAS)
Anne Floden, Sweden
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Oral Presentation Public Policy Registration for deceased organ and tissue donation amongst new Canadians: A population-based study
Alvin Li, Canada
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Oral Presentation Public Policy Attitudes and beliefs about deceased organ donation in Arabic-speaking communities in Australia: a focus group study
Angelique Ralph, Australia
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Oral Presentation Quality and Data Management Meld reproducibility in Argentina
Liliana Bisigniano, Argentina
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Oral Presentation Quality and Data Management Web Based Survey of Hospital Personnel Conducted Immediately Following Cases Provides an OPO with Important Practice and Performance Improvement Data
Richard Hasz, United States
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Oral Presentation Quality and Data Management IRODaT, the international registry in organ donation and transplantation
Marti Manyalich, Spain
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Oral Presentation Quality and Data Management Living organ donation high quality practices: LIDOBS network recommendations
Ana Menjivar, Spain
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Oral Presentation Quality and Data Management Implementing the GoSBAR colour scheme in organ donation Trust/Board reports in the UK
Paul Murphy, United Kingdom
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Oral Presentation Quality and Data Management Organ donation workflows – What ownership entails
Rosemary O'Meeghan, United States
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Oral Presentation Quality and Data Management Achieving 50 percent growth in organ donors over historical average: one organ procurement organization’s strategy for saving more lives
Jeffrey Orlowski, United States
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Oral Presentation Quality and Data Management Predicting the number of organ donors in Australian hospitals - Implications for monitoring organ donation practices
David Pilcher, Australia
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Oral Presentation Quality and Data Management Factors influencing families’ refusal for deceased organ and tissue donation in Malaysia
Naren Kumar Surendra, Malaysia
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Oral Presentation Quality Management National Transplantation Pregnancy Registry (NTPR): Pregnancy after Transplantation
Caitlin Clarke, United States
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Oral Presentation Quality Management Attitude to Brain Death Organ Donation and the Reporting of Potential Brain Death? Focusing on DIP non?agreement hospitals ?
Jungsu Hong, Korea
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Oral Presentation Quality Management Biocompatibility safety assessment of decellularized porcine kidney scaffolds for xenotransplantation
Kamal Hussein, Korea
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Oral Presentation Quality Management Evaluation of Organ Dysfunction Cases Using the Kidney Donor Risk Index (KDRI)
Youngsoon Jeong, Korea
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Oral Presentation Quality Management Renal transplantation with donors over 60 years of age: clinical outcome.
Jacques Malaise, Canada
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Oral Presentation Quality Management Extending successful results of NPOM (new persian opu model) to all universities of Iran
Katayoun Najafizadeh, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
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Oral Presentation Quality Management First Year Data Evaluating the Utility of a Full-Time OPO Staff Recovery Surgeon
Patricia Niles, United States
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Oral Presentation Tissue Donation RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE MASTER DEGREE IN DONATION AND TRANSPLANTATION OF ORGANS, TISSUES AND CELLS (D&T)
Chloë Ballesté , Spain
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Oral Presentation Tissue Donation The Benefits of Transplant Procurement Management (TPM) Training on Professional Competence Development and Career Evolutions of Donation and Transplant Related Health Care Workers
Chloë Ballesté , Spain
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Oral Presentation Tissue Donation Honoring First-Person Authorization: Recovering Tissue Prior to Obtaining a Medical/Social History
Matthew Graves, United States
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Oral Presentation Tissue Donation Use of the Harmonic Scalpel in the rapid en bloc retrieval of the liver and pancreas for transplantation colon: The Westmead Technique
Henry Pleass, Australia
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Oral Presentation Tissue Donation Tissue recovery authorized by donor registry prior to family consent: a single US organ procurement organization pilot project
Steven Rudich, United States
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Oral Presentation Tissue Donation Development of eLearning Professional Education to Increase Donation in Deaths Occurring Out of Hospital
Kimberly Young, Canada
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Oral Presentation Transmission of Disease PSA positive deceased donor – patologist indispensable.
Marek Ostrowski, Poland
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Oral Presentation Transmission of Disease Transplant-related malignancies
Hojong Park, Korea
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