Post Graduate Diploma in Transplant Coordination and Grief Counselling - Feedback
#1 Mrs. Sona Lazar, Spain
After I completed my Bachelors in nursing, I joined Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai as a scrub nurse in the operation theatre. Here I was blessed to be involved in organ transplant operations assisting the leading transplant surgeons from India. It slowly dawned upon me that the impact of our work was immense. Organ transplant had the potential to give a new life to people. This experience left an indelible impact on me, I wanted to learn more about the complete process of organ donation and transplantation so I chose this course to know more about Organ donation and transplantation. Read MoreCourse materials were relevant and organised in a professional way that even a non medical professional person can understand. During the course various methodologies were used for teaching such as real life case discussions, role plays and panel discussions. I believe these methodologies are very helpful for us to learn from others and also develop our own skills such as communication and teamwork in the process of learning.
Currently I am in Spain and in the future I hope to work one day as a transplant coordinator.
#2 Mrs. G. S. Ambili
I joined the course out of curiosity, that is to know regarding the process of organ donation...and also want to be part of it. This one-year course gained me a lot of knowledge regarding the same. I would like to work as a Transplant Coordinator
#3 Ms. Sangita Sedhai, Nepal
â€śI have been working as a transplant coordinator since 2016 without any structural training, now this course helps me in various ways. Firstly, it introduced me to the basic of brain stem death and donation, secondly to the grief counselling and its steps, ethical aspects and organ allocation and sharing. This course includes not only the clinical portion but also the legal part and the case scenario, which provides a framework to understand and manage the situation. Read MoreEngagement throughout the course through assignment, project work and assessment, contact sessions with experts and sharing of experience makes different to this course. I suggest all to take this course once if they want to be a good transplant coordinator.â€ť