Friday, February 3rd 2017
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Delaware Donation Champion Learning Session
Runs through Friday, February 3rd, 2017
Time & Place
7:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Christiana Hospital, 4755 Ogletown-Stanton Road, Newark, DE 19718
This is a one day, highly interactive program that focuses on the role of critical care staff in utilizing and sharing best-demonstrated practices for referring potential organ donors to the organ procurement organization, providing support for families of potential organ donors, and maximizing clinical donor management.
Attendees will be given focused information to allow them to become a Donation Champion, one who role-models and shares key information to assist colleagues in carrying out these best practices in real time.
Who Should Attend? ICU and ER Nurses, Nurse Leaders, Respiratory Therapists, Spiritual Support Staff and Anyone Who May Care for a Potential Organ Donor at a Hospital in the Gift of Life service area
This session will be held at Christiana Hospital in Newark, Delaware.
This session is being held on FRIDAY, February 3, 2017.
CLICK HERE to register to attend this session at Christiana Hospital in Delaware.
Andrea Reynolds | (215) 557-8090 | Email
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