Transplant Coordinators Training Programme

About The Programme


Objective - Creating a cadre of health care professionals dedicated to “Transplant Coordination and Grief Counselling” in India and South Asia.


Transplant Coordinator – Definition, Qualification & Role


Definition - Transplant coordinator means a person appointed by the hospital for coordinating all matters relating to removal or transplantation of human organs or tissues or both and for assisting the authority for removal of human organs as per the Transplantation of Human Organs (Amendment) Act, 2011.


Qualification & Role - According to the Transplantation of Human Organs and Tissues Rules, 2014, the transplant coordinator shall be an employee of the registered hospital having qualification such as:

  • Graduate of any recognised system of medicine; or
  • Nurse; or
  • Bachelor’s degree in any subject and preferably Master’s degree in Social work or Psychiatry or Sociology or Social Science or Public Health
The concerned organization or institute shall ensure initial induction training followed by retraining at periodic interval and the transplant coordinator shall counsel and encourage the family members or near relatives of the deceased person to donate the human organ or tissue including eye or cornea and coordinate the process of donation and transplantation.


Course Duration

  • One Week

  • One Month

  • One year (Blended learning - E-learning and face-to-face contact session)

  • Annual Conference and Workshop


Job Placement - Placement guidance will be provided. The various courses provide a candidate multiple opportunities to seek employment. These include:

a) Hospitals undertaking transplants

b) NGOs working in this field

c) Intensive care units for counselling relatives



IMPACT

December 2009 to June 2015 – the work of trained transplant coordinators in the country resulted in the retrieval of a total of 4066 organs and tissues from 682 deceased donors and after cardiac death as well.

This means trained transplant coordinators facilitated 41% of the total multi-organ donors in the country & 43% of the total organs retrieved from the deceased donors on an average for the years 2012, 2013, and 2014.

Note – The registration for this course is subsidized due to part funding from Tata Education and Development Trust.


Feedback - Participants' Speak...
P. Jayapriya, Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences, Puducherry
I had an amazing training in my life. I gained more knowledge and enjoyed each and everything that happened in the past one month. I’m thankful to MOHAN Foundation. I wish this programme to continue more and more from the 8th to 80 to 800 to 8000 and so on. “STEP UP INSTEAD ASKING”.
Chayanika Devi, ROTTO, Guwahati, Assam
I feel grateful to have participated in this one month transplant coordinators course. It really is very helpful for me. Even as a non-medical professional, I gained vast knowledge from it. Thanks to the members of MOHAN Foundation for giving me the chance to take part in the course.
Anindita Sabath, MOHAN Foundation, Cuttack, Odisha
The one month transplant coordinators training was a fruitful engagement for me. The faculties involved in the training were very influential and the knowledge that they imparted is surely going to help me in my career as a transplant coordinator. MOHAN Foundation is doing great work in training individuals in this profession of gifting lives. I am really thankful to the organisation for giving me this wonderful opportunity.
Saurav, SAL Hospital, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
It was a great pleasure to get associated with MOHAN Foundation through the Transplant Coordinators Training Program. It was a great learning experience. Though being form non medical background it was not difficult for me to understand the classes. It was just perfectly organized. It would be great if such sessions could be arranged at other locations across the nation to boost up the noble cause.
Kalicheti Aravind Kumar, Simhapuri Hospitals, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh
This course is not only a Life Saving Course, but I can say it is a Lifetime Achievement Course.
Madhu B Sheth, Chennai
The whole course is so complete and in-depth, if it would be possible to have recruitment also, campus selection or through the Foundation.
Sivakrishnan D, KIMS, Trivandrum, Kerala
It was nice coming to the training programme and being with people that came from different parts of India. As a trainee those 22 days which includes a "Sunday" was the doorway to so many questions and its answers. As a training institution MOHAN Foundation successfully achieved their goal. Your planning of each session was well organised and gone smoothly. You guys are the fuel for our motivation; the enthusiasm which we express is aroused from your stories of successful management of deceased donors during your working period. Moreover as a Social Worker I had the privilege of being a part of your training programme and I'm thanking MOHAN Foundation and its "BUILDING BLOCKS" for conducting such informative bundles. It was a great time with MOHAN Foundation.


Upcoming Training Programmes

1. One week Transplant Coordinators' Training Programme from July 24 - 28, 2017 in Army R & R Hospital, Delhi.

2. One week Transplant Coordinators' Training Programme from September 18 - 22, 2017 at Fortis Escorts Hospital, Jaipur.


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