February 2019 Webinar: Let’s Get Together: Enhancing Collaboration on Shared Cases

February 2019 Webinar: Let’s Get Together: Enhancing Collaboration on Shared Cases

February 28, 2019 at 2:00 PM Eastern

Communication and collaboration are key when working with recovery partners on a shared case. During this webinar, speakers will identify the challenges and opportunities that arise on shared tissue and eye cases in regards to individual needs of each tissue and organization and how to effectively communicate with each other to ensure the best possible outcome of the donation for both organizations. This session will focus on the tissue and eye bank requirements in blood collection, recovery procedures, physical inspections and cooling protocols. The speakers will also present various case studies that highlight the importance of communication on shared cases. Learn more about how to communicate with your recovery partners and register for this session today!

This webinar has been approved for 1 CEU.

Length: 1 hour

Speakers
Over the past decade, Jonathan Boyd has worked in multiple roles within the tissue banking and transplant industry including surgical tissue procurement, in leadership roles and eligibility evaluation. Jonathan is now the Director of Certification & Online Learning at the American Association of Tissue Banks where he oversees the development of online educational programming and the certification program. Jonathan is a Certified Tissue Banking Specialist, the AATB Liaison to the several AATB committees and the winner of the 2018 AATB Outstanding Professional Education Award.

Jonathan is an active member of the International Association of Coroners & Medical Examiners, an Affiliate Member of the National Association of Medical Examiners, a member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and is an active committee member with IACME, NAME & ASAE.

Esteban Rangel, CEBT, a Texan native, joined the eye banking community as a recovery technician in 2010 while working on obtaining his BS in Anthropology from Texas State University. Over the years he's worked in different areas of eye banking, from donor coordinator to technical director. In his most current role, he oversees the new tissue processing facility at Keralink- New England. He also serves in the Technician Education, Research and Statistical Report Committees.
Troy Win’E, CEBT, is the Director of Recovery Services at SightLife. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Cellular Molecular Biology from the University of Washington. Troy currently serves on the EBAA Technician Education Committee as Vice Chair.

 

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