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Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
Gunter Kirste   Germany  - Monday 28 - ISODP Board + Members  2gether - 4ever
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  • 1. International Society ForOrgan Donation and Procurement ISODP
  • 2. ISODP Business MeetingDATE: Monday, November, 28, 2010TIME: 1830 - 1900AGENDA1. Welcome and call to order2. Approval of Minutes of Business Meeting October 6, 20093. President Address4. Financial Report5. Secretary Report – By-Law Amendments – membership6. Announce Congress 20137. TTS Travel Grants8. Announce Election Results9. Final words from incoming President Dr. Anwar Naqvi
  • 3. ISODP Business MeetingDATE: Monday, November, 28, 2010TIME: 1830 - 1900AGENDA1. Welcome and call to order2. Approval of Minutes of Business Meeting October 6, 20093. President Address4. Financial Report5. Secretary Report – By-Law Amendments – Membership6. Announce Congress 20137. TTS Travel Grants8. Announce Election Results9. Final words from incoming President Dr. Anwar Naqvi
  • 4. ISODP Business MeetingDATE: Monday, November, 28, 2010TIME: 1830 - 1900AGENDA1. Welcome and call to order2. Approval of Minutes of Business Meeting October 6, 20093. President Address4. Financial Report5. Secretary Report – By-Law Amendments6. Announce Congress 20137. TTS Travel Grants8. Announce Election Results9. Final words from incoming President Dr. Anwar Naqvi
  • 5. MissionThe global organization to foster, promote and develop organ and tissue donation and procurement through:• Improving professional practice• Enabling information sharing• Strengthening international networkingThe ultimate aim is to increase the supply of high qualityorgans and tissues to match patients’ needs and to promotecountries increasing performance towards self sufficiencyand improved opportunity for transplantation.
  • 6. Strategic DirectionsImplementation plan for Goals and Strategic Priorities…. Strategic Direction A Improving Professional Practice for DonationStrategic Direction B Enabling Information Sharing Strategic Direction C Strengthen International Networking
  • 7. Activities over the past 3 years 2009 10th ISODP Congress Berlin & World Day of Organ Donation 2010 World Day of Organ Donation New Delhi 2011 World Day of Organ Donation Cape town 11th ISODO Congress Buenos Aires
  • 8. Critical pathways for organ donation* POSSIBLE DECEASED ORGAN DONOR A patient with a devastating brain injury or lesion OR a patient with circulatory failure AND apparently medically suitable for organ donation DonationafterCirculatory Death (DCD) Treating physician to identify/refer a potential donor Donation after BrainDeath (DBD) POTENTIAL DCD DONOR POTENTIAL DBD DONORA. A person whose circulatory and respiratory Reasons why a potential donor A person whose clinical condition is suspected to functions have ceased and resuscitative does not become a utilized donor fulfill brain death criteria. measures are not to be attempted or continued. System or • Failure to identify/refer a potential or eligible donorB. A person in whom the cessation of circulatory • Brain death diagnosis could not be confirmed and respiratory functions is anticipated to occur within a time frame that will enable organ (e.g. does not fulfill criteria) or completed recovery. (e.g.lack of technical resources or clinician to make diagnosis or performconfirmatory tests) • Circulatory death not declaredwithin the appropriate time frame. ELIGIBLE DBD DONOR ELIGIBLE DCD DONOR • Logisticalproblems (e.g.norecovery team) A medically suitable person who has been A medically suitable person who has been • Lack of appropriaterecipient (e.g.child, blood type, declared dead based on the irreversible absence declared dead based on neurologic criteria as serologypositive) of circulatory and respiratory functions as stipulated by the law of the relevant jurisdiction. stipulated by the law of the relevant jurisdiction, Donor/Organ within a time frame that enables organ recovery. • Medicalunsuitability(e.g.serologypositive, neoplasia) • Haemodynamicinstability / unanticipatedcardiac arrest ACTUAL DBDDONOR ACTUAL DCDDONOR • Anatomical, histological and/or A consented eligible donor: A consented eligible donor: functionalabnormalities of organs A. In whom an operative incision was made A. In whom an operative incision was made • Organsdamagedduringrecovery with the intent of organ recovery for the with the intent of organ recovery for the • Inadequate perfusion of organs or thrombosis purpose of transplantation. purpose of transplantation. Permission and/or and/or B. From whom at least one organ was B. From whom at least one organ was • Expressedintent of deceased not to be donor recovered for the purpose of transplantation. recovered for the purpose of transplantation. • Relative’srefusal of permissionfororgandonation • Refusalbycoroner or otherjudicialofficer to allowdonationforforensicreasons UTILIZED DBD DONOR UTILIZED DCD DONOR An actual donor from whom at least one organ An actual donor from whom at least one organ was transplanted. was transplanted.*The “dead donor rule” must be respected.That is, patientsmayonly become donors after death, and the recovery of organs must not cause a donor’s death.
  • 9. Regional Health development on Organ Donation and TransplantationPresentation of the survey and discussion on the methodology Zagreb, 22nd February 2011
  • 10. Development of organdonation andprocurmentprograms (national and hospitallevel)Organ Donation Process – Trained and accountable:Donor assessmentDonor managementDonor organ distributionFamily supportProfessional educationPerformance reporting (donors)Public awareness - registriesSupport hospital performance – implementation of critical pathwayDeath auditLiving donation?
  • 11. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Spain 34,4 Portugal 31,0 Pierto Rico 26,3 USA 26,1 Belgium 25,8 Austria 25,0 Estonia 24,6 Italy 21,4 Norway 21,1 Malta 20,0 Urugay 19,4 Czech. Rep. 19,1 Target group Iceland 18,8 Finland 17,6 Croatia 17,4 Slovenia 17,0 Ireland 16,5 UK 15,5 Germany 14,9 Latvia 14,8 Lithuania 14,7 Denmark 13,9 Sweden 13,8 Switzerland 13,3 Argentina 12,5 Colombia 12,3 Cyprus 11,5 Australia 11,3 Poland 11,0 New Zealand 10,0 Israel 8,8 Brazil 8,7 Hong Kong 7,5 Chile 6,5 Greece 6,5 Singapore 4,6 Paraguay 4,4 Turkey 4,2 Saudi Arabia 3,3 Venezuela 3,2 Iran 2,9 Russia 2,7 Quatar 2,6 13 Donors / pmp. Bulgaria 1,6 Malaysia 1,4Dominican Rep. 1,0 Japan 0,8 Ukraine 0,5
  • 12. Requirements for application for supportReview of current status Support of stakeholders Legislative framework and integration in health care system Public acceptance of transplantation and donation Central organization with coordination authority (Organ procurment organistation - OPO)Analyse needs for support
  • 13. How can ISODP support? Assist in installment or support of an OPO Define major tasks and duties of donor hospitals Development of organ donation programs (national and hospital level) Transplant programms Education of professionals Puplic relations
  • 14. Assist in installment or support of an OPO Key features of national coordinating body: Required reporting by all tx and dx programs IT system Policy for consent - approach for the nation Allocation of organs - establish algorithms Quality program (audit / accreditation) Standards/ leading practices /policies Establish targets / performance measures Aggregate reports on performance for all sites Professional education Public awareness / education / registry (for expressed wishes of the public) Collaborative / coordination role Professionalize donation (coordination is medical responsibility in hospitals / regions) Funding accountability Certification of programs Traceability of organs / tissues transplanted and vigilance or surveillance Link to Istanbul / Madrid / WHO guiding principles Research and innovation part of national system
  • 15. Hospital Accountability- Donation: Define majortasks and duties of donor hospitals Hospital administration core responsibilities clearly defined – establish donation committee Professionalize donation - responsible person for donation named in each site Compliance of national guidelines Required reporting for potential donors Required reporting for performance (dx / tx) Implementation of critical pathway Family follow up Death audit Engagement of ICU / ED professionals  Responsible for quality end of life care including donation  Donor declaration  Donor management  Triggers  Death audit linked to performance review  Participate on organ donation committee  CME linked to performance requirements  Funded for practice ICU/ED has payment for services including service to donors (ICU or ventilated bed) ICU /ED / OR has funding for patient care prognostication or for donor management including surge capabilities for ICU (on call teams, overtime, OR team, ect.)
  • 16. Development of organ donation and procurmentprograms (national and hospital level) Organ Donation Process – Trained and accountable: Donor assessment Donor management Donor organ distribution Family support Professional education Performance reporting (donors) Public awareness - registries Support hospital performance – implementation of critical pathway Death audit Living donation?
  • 17. Hospital Accountability - Transplantation Adhere to allocation algorithm established by coordinating body Staff programs – professional responsibility clarity - enforced Train recovery specialists Required reporting on performance Professional education Transplant clinic
  • 18. Health Care Professional Education Link to professional academic sources Link to established teaching sites Meet professional requirements for continuing medical education (CME) needs Establish strategic partnerships / internships (link to scholarship program)
  • 19. Public Relations Develop curriculum schools Develop public messages Develop opportunity to indicate intent (registry / donor card) Media relations
  • 20. ISODP Business MeetingDATE: Monday, November, 28, 2010TIME: 1830 - 1900AGENDA1. Welcome and call to order2. Approval of Minutes of Business Meeting October 6, 20093. President Address4. Financial Report5. Secretary Report – By-Law Amendments – Membership6. Announce Congress 20137. Announce Election Results8. Final words from incoming President Dr. Anwar Naqvi
  • 21. Report of the TreasurerBalance Sheet as at December 31, 2010 US$ US$CURRENT ASSETS 31-Dec-10 31-Dec-09Short term receivables $ 124.49 $ -Liquid recoursesCash at bank $ 13,800.74 $ 36,456.54GIC Investment $ 25,000.00 $ - $ 38,925.23 $ 36,456.54CURRENT LIABILITIESCreditors & Accounts Payable $ - $ -Equity $ 38,925.23 $ 36,456.44 $ 38,925.23 $ 36,456.44
  • 22. ISODP Business MeetingDATE: Monday, November, 28, 2010TIME: 1830 - 1900AGENDA1. Welcome and call to order2. Approval of Minutes of Business Meeting October 6, 20093. President Address4. Financial Report5. Secretary Report – By-Law Amendments – Membership6. Announce Congress 20137. TTS Travel Grants8. Announce Election Results9. Final words from incoming President Dr. Anwar Naqvi
  • 23. ByLaws• Bylaws review underway• Please respond with changes
  • 24. MEMBERSHIP REPORT 2009 2010 2011TOTAL MEMBERS: 225 281 273PAID: 132 141 135UNPAID: 93 140 138
  • 25. ISODP Business MeetingDATE: Monday, November, 28, 2010TIME: 1830 - 1900AGENDA1. Welcome and call to order2. Approval of Minutes of Business Meeting October 6, 20093. President Address4. Financial Report5. Secretary Report – By-Law Amendments – Membership6. Announce Congress 20137. TTS Travel Grants8. Announce Election Results9. Final words from incoming President Dr. Anwar Naqvi
  • 26. ISODP Business MeetingDATE: Monday, November, 28, 2010TIME: 1830 - 1900AGENDA1. Welcome and call to order2. Approval of Minutes of Business Meeting October 6, 20093. President Address4. Financial Report5. Secretary Report – By-Law Amendments6. Announce Congress 20137. TTS Travel Grants8. Announce Election Results9. Final words from incoming President Dr. Anwar Naqvi
  • 27. Travel GrantsThe recipients are:1. Ana Paula Baptista, Brazil2. Kelly Burnett, USA3. Hani Haider, Kuwait4. NilgunKececioglu, Turkey5. YoshihideOgawa,Japan6. Alvaro Rojas Pena, USA7. Franz Schaub, Germany8. Michael Sereinigg, Austria9. Sharon Swain, USA
  • 28. ISODP Business MeetingDATE: Monday, November, 28, 2010TIME: 1830 - 1900AGENDA1. Welcome and call to order2. Approval of Minutes of Business Meeting October 6, 20093. President Address4. Financial Report5. Secretary Report – By-Law Amendments6. Announce Congress 20137. TTS Travel Grants8. Announce Election Results9. Final words from incoming President Dr. Anwar Naqvi
  • 29. NEW COUNCIL 2011 - 2013
  • 30. ISODP Business MeetingDATE: Monday, November, 28, 2010TIME: 1830 - 1900AGENDA1. Welcome and call to order2. Approval of Minutes of Business Meeting October 6, 20093. President Address4. Financial Report5. Secretary Report – By-Law Amendments6. Announce Congress 20137. TTS Travel Grants8. Announce Election Results9. Final words from incoming President Dr. Anwar Naqvi
  • 31. 2gether 4ever SessionISODP Open MeetingWine and Cheese ReceptionMonday, November 28, 20111900 -2000Buenos Aires Room
  • 32. World CafeGuenterKirste What does ISODP stand for?
  • 33. World CafeAnwar Naqvi ISODP in the developing world…..
  • 34. World CaféKimberly Young ISODP – The Strategic Plan To Increase Donation Internationally Improve Professional Practice for Donation To Enhance Available Resources to Improve Donation Practices To Establish an Integrated Network of Donation Professionals

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