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Date

Tuesday 26 January 18:30 - 19:30 (login available from 18:15)

Location

Webinar
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Fees

Members £0
Trainee members £0
non Members £0

Programme

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About this webinar

The Association of Anaesthetists and NHS Blood and Transplant are proud to present the fourth monthly webinar on organ donation and related topics.

This webinar will showcase a practical approach to ethical decision making for clinicians of all specialities.  Presented by Dr Ben Ivory (National Education Lead for Organ Donation) with a panel discussion including Dr Dale Gardiner (National Clinical Lead for Organ Donation) and Dr Dan Harvey (co-author of the UK consensus statement on the management of perceived devastating brain injury), the co-creators of the MORAL BALANCE tool.

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You can log in from the comfort of your own home, your office, or any where else that is convenient. All you need is a decent internet connection and a quiet room. If you are unable to attend live,  do not worry, you will be automatically sent the recording 24 hours after the webinar whether you attend or not. 

You need to register with the Webinar system in order to view the live webinar, after you have booked using the button on the left, the registration link will be emailed directly to you.

Please check your junk mail if you do not see the email in your inbox.

Please ignore questions about access and dietary requirements during the booking process. Please ensure the email we have for you is correct, as this is where the link will be sent.

Organiser - Dr Ben Ivory, National Education Lead for Organ Donation

Speakers:
Dr Ben Ivory, National Education Lead for Organ Donation.
Dr Dale Gardiner (National Clinical Lead for Organ Donation) and Dr Dan Harvey (co-author of the UK consensus statement on the management of perceived devastating brain injury).