National Donation and Transplantation Congress 2015


The 2015 National Donation and Transplantation Congress, 'Making every donor count', was held on March 24th/25th at the University of Warwick Conference Centre. Congress built on our past achievements and was widely regarded as our most successful yet, with delegates from donation, organ retrieval and transplantation.

The programme for Congress reflected the need to support the professional development of everyone involved in the organ donation, retrieval and transplantation pathway, as we work towards delivering the vision of our national strategy ‘Taking Organ Transplantation to 2020’. For this reason Congress included an induction programme for newly appointed Clinical Leads and Donation Committee Chairs and a mixture of plenary sessions, workshops and Masterclasses relevant for all delegates. As always Congress provided an opportunity for members of the donation, retrieval and transplant community to share and promote innovative best practice.

Particular thanks go to all of the invited speakers who presented and those who submitted free papers for presentation and poster displays at the Congress.

Videos from a selection of the presentations from Congress can be accessed via the links below.

Day 1 - 24th March 2015

CLOD and Chair Induction Plenary

CLOD Induction

Chair Induction

Congress Opening Plenary

Masterclass Sessions

The David Price Memorial Session

Day 2 - 25th March 2015

Welcome Plenary

Optimising Donation

Behaviour Change

Making Every Donor Count Plenary

TOT2020

Risk and Reward

Final Plenary: making every donor count

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