Foundational Building Blocks Of Hospital Development

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NATCO, The Organization for Transplant Professionals says
Hospital Development (HD) staff maintain a close, collaborative relationship with hospitals throughout the United States, to help define, shape and guide their roles in the donation process. HD staff require foundational HD skills to execute their role effectively. This course offers instruction and skill-development in foundational HD skills.


Target Audience:

The Foundational Building Blocks of Hospital Development (HD) is designed to share and teach “best practices” to HD professionals and any OPO professionals wishing to develop and grow HD skills. This course is not intended as an initial HD orientation course. It is designed to supplement existing HD knowledge and provides a forum to explore resources, learn best practices and share with colleagues from across the country. It is recommended that those attending the Foundational Building Blocks of HD course should have at least three months experience in HD. To build upon the foundational course, and to prepare new and future leaders, an Advanced HD course is also offered later in the year.

Course Format:

The curriculum of the Foundation Building Blocks of Hospital Development (HD) course was developed based on feedback of HD directors and managers across the nation. Attendance of the entire course, which includes the group presentation on the final day, will result in a certificate of accomplishment. CEs will also be provided to those who complete the CE paperwork. Only CEs can be attained for partial attendance of the course.

HD attendees have the opportunity to participate in the Procurement Practice Review Day scheduled on Friday, June 13, 2014, as part of the regular registration fee. This review day is aimed to provide some additional information for HD specialists who do not have clinical backgrounds. The Procurement Practice Review Day material is in a lecture format.

The course material for Foundational Building Blocks of HD course is presented in workshop format. Small-group discussions and projects are facilitated and completed throughout the course with feedback from faculty. Please bring your laptop computer, if available. Participant teams will be formed and as a concluding exercise, all teams will be building and delivering a brief presentation on the final day, utilizing information and “best practices” shared during the HD course. It is extremely important that all attendees depart for the airport after 12:00 p.m. when the conference ends on Monday, June 16. Certificates of accomplishment will only be given to attendees who have attended the entire course.
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By: NATCO, The Organization for Transplant Professionals

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