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2015 Annual Conference

AMAT’s 23rd Annual Conference provide healthcare professionals with an opportunity to hear from leaders within the field of organ and tissue donation and transplantation as well as the healthcare industry at large with a focus on the multicultural perspective. You may download the conference presentations below.

AMAT 2015 Post-Conference Press Release

 

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Agenda:

AMAT 2015 Conference Agenda

 

Conference Presentations:

Tuesday, September 22
Conversation Ready AMAT Presentation (PPT)

 

Wednesday, September 23
Diversity in Donation and Transplantation Lessons from Cancer Care
DMV Presentation K. Zasa
DMV Presentation S. Merricks
Enhancing the Quality, Effectiveness and Integrity of the Donation Process Through Multicultural Initiatives
Ex-vivo Lung Perfusion and Preservation, Dr. Rojas-Pena-sm
Honoring the Registry
Medical Imaging and Expediting Availability of Information to Transplant Centers
Nancy Evans Donate Life America Presentation
Undocumented Immigrants and Organ Donation
Undocumented Immigrants Continued, Raiza Mendoza
Update on Kidney Allocation, Dr. Silas Norman

Thursday, September 24
American Indians in the Donation Process
Cytonet Presentation , Jean Jones, Triage Coordinator
Cytonet Presentation, Cells for Life
Developing a Robust Aftercare Program
Disparities in Transplantation The Non Immunological Story
Donation After Circulatory Death, Real Potential for Growth
From the Bottom to the Top A Journey of Strategies Necessary to Eliminate Transplant Disparities in America
Moving Beyond Personal Bias
Presentation from Recipient, Mohan Mohal
Promoting Donation Across Cultures

 

Friday, September 25
AMAT 2016 Save the Date
Erase the Wait, The Importance of Living Kidney Donation
Relax, Restore, Regroup, Recharge Practicing the 4R’s of Managing Stress in Your Life

 

2015 Annual Conference

 

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