A model for organ donation in switzerland, the latin organ donation programme (lodp); an ongoing successful regional initiative

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Titre
A model for organ donation in switzerland, the latin organ donation programme (lodp); an ongoing successful regional initiative
Titre de la conférence
15th Congress of the European Society for Organ Transplantation and 22nd Annual Conference of the British Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics
Auteur(s)
Moretti D., Heidegger C.P., Eckert P., Malacrida R., Pascual M., Revelly J.P.
Adresse
Glasgow, United Kingdom, September 4-7, 2011
ISBN
0934-0874
Statut éditorial
Publié
Date de publication
2011
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
24
Série
Transplant international
Pages
153
Langue
anglais
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Publication type : Meeting Abstract
Résumé
Background: The 1st Swiss federal Transplant Law was finally enforced in July 2007 with the obligation to promote quality and efficiency in transplant procedures. The LODP was created to develop organ and tissue donation in the Latin area of Switzerland covering seventeen hospitals (29% of the population).Methods: Each of the partner hospitals designated at least one Local Donor Coordinator (LDC), member of the Intensive Care team, trained in the organ donation (OD) process. The principal tasks of the LDC's are the introduction of OD procedures, organisation of educational sessions for hospital staff and execution of the Donor Action programme. The LODP has been operational since July 2009, when training of the LDC's was completed, the web-site and hotline activated and the attendance of Transplant Procurement Coordinators (TPC) during the OD process organised.Results: National and regional guidelines are accessible on the LODP website. The Hospital Attitude Survey obtained a 57% return rate. Many of the staff requested training and sessions are now running in the partner hospitals. The Medical Record Revue revealed an increase in the conversion rate from 3.5% to 4.5%. During the 5 years before creation of LODP the average annual number of utilised donors was 31, an increase of 70%, has since been observed.Conclusion: This clear progression in utilised donors in the past two years can be attributed to the fact that partner hospitals benefit from the various support given (hotline, website and from TPC's). Despite the increase in OD within the LODP the Swiss donation rates remain low, on average 11.9 donors per million population. This successful model should be applied throughout Switzerland, but the crucial point is to obtain financial support.
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