Improving Organ Authorization Rates:
Leading Effective and Empowering Family Donation Conversations
(Virtual Classroom Training)
Virtual classroom training conducted online over five weeks; approximately 2-3 hours of work per week. Uses a combination of eLearning modules, instructor-led webinars, threaded discussion boards, online assignments and assessments. The target audience is professionals requesting authorization for organ donation.
Read what others who have taken the course have said:
The remote learning is not necessarily natural me, however, I thought the way it was set up and executed was very thoughtful and helped facilitate balancing the demands of working full time (plus!).
The explanation of the donation conversation being a process rather than an event. That's an integral part of the donation process, and it helped to see it differently.
Having a course specifically designed around communicating in the context of donation is helpful.
I have actually been doing this for a long time, but I think one of the things that has traditionally made me the most uncomfortable is the concern about needing to keep a conversation flowing. I've learned in this class the value of pausing, sitting with silence and just being present. I feel like I've learned a lot more about getting beyond my own discomfort to be completely available for my families.
Registration fee: $1,350.00 per person
Sunday, January 15, 2017 - Saturday, February 18, 2017 3:00 PM - 9:00 PMEastern Time
Gift of Life Institute Online University215-599-2025
Theresa A. Daly
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