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A Webinar for Big People About Small People

September 20, 2018 - 2:00 pm EST

Speakers:  Thomas Nakagawa MD, FAAP, FCCM and Timothy J. Snyder CPTC

During this webinar you will hear best practices for avoiding land mines to prevent blowing yourself up in pediatric donation. Approaching families of children for donation is more than just talking to the parents. Pediatric donation champions are essential to the process; communication and goals are vital to the success.

Learning objectives for the webinar include:

  • Review how authorization for pediatric donation is different from adult donation

  • Identify how to improve collaboration to approach families about donation

  • Discuss how to build more champions for pediatric donation

Target Audience:
Procurement Professionals
Pediatric Transplant Professionals
Hospital Development Professionals
Family Care Professionals
Social Workers

Register Here

Webinar recordings are available under the 'Members Only' section of the NATCO website.

If you need assistance contact us at or 703-483-9820.



Upcoming 2018 Webinars

State of the Art of Pancreas Transplantation: clinical and procurement point of view
Speaker: TBD
October 18, 2018
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Maintaining the Option for DCD Livers - Liver Perfusion to Preserve the Option
Speaker: Dr. Markus Selzner
November 15, 2018

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Update on Infectious Disease; including best practices for vaccinating patients
Speaker: Cameron Wolfe, MD
December 20, 2018

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Continuing Education:

NATCO will award continuing education certificates to participants who attend this webinar. CE records are maintained by the NATCO Executive Office for a period of seven years. This program has been approved by the American Board for Transplant Certification for 1.0 Category 1 CEPTC.

Members may register at no cost. There is a fee of $35.00 for non-members.

We encourage your organization to register as a group. You may have an unlimited number of attendees per connection. Please disignate one person as the group leader. Only the group leader registers. The group leader will be responsible for verifying the attendance of members of the group for purposed of distributing CE credits.


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