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FORMAT:
Webinar

RELEASE DATE:
May 2, 2013

EXPIRATION DATE:
May 2, 2014

THERAPEUTIC AREA:
Transplantation

TARGET AUDIENCE:
Transplant physicians and surgeons, Transplant nurses and nurse practitioners, Transplant pharmacists, Transplant coordinators

ACTIVITY LENGTH:
0.5 hrs

Diagnosing Your Center’s Strengths and Weaknesses: Using the SRTR Survival Estimate Worksheets

OVERVIEW

In this webinar, transplant surgeon Dorry Segev and transplant administrator Brigitte Sullivan will teach you how to use the center-specific SRTR-generated spreadsheets to check the data you enter, and explore how certain donor/recipient phenotypes affect your SRTR statistics. For example, you will learn a very simple technique to determine if performing “risky” transplants (such as ECD kidneys) is putting your center at risk for regulatory action. If your outcomes for a given “risky” phenotype are better than national outcomes, performing these transplants is actually protecting your center from regulatory action, rather than placing you at risk. Learn how to identify these phenotypes for your own center, and at the same time identify phenotypes where your outcomes need to improve.


FACULTY

Dorry L. Segev, MD, PhD and Brigitte E. Sullivan, MBA


This independent educational activity is supported by an educational grant from Sanofi US.

This educational activity is jointly sponsored by Dannemiller and Spire Learning.


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