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Consultancy platform between health care professionals

I-DTI online consultancy platform allows knowledge exchange between healthcare professionals for the purpose of helping solve doubtful donation scenarios and therefore increase the donor pool.

Focused on consultancy and messaging services and discuss specific scenarios with a team of recognized experts, I-DTI allows users to create and share knowledge in chat groups, upload files and discuss specific scenarios with a team of recognized experts.

I-DTI is offering a free trial until September to help during the COVID-19 global situation.

Go to I-DTI’s website to learn more and sign up for free I-DTI experience!

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DTI Educational Programs

We present you DTI Educational Programs, currently offered 100% online.

DTI training programs offer a wide range of courses organized by levels and on different topics related to donation and transplantation according to the background and interests of the trainees.

Click here to download the catalogue.

DTI Challenge Game available at TTS Virtual Congress 2020

If you are attending the TTS Virtual congress 2020, we invite you to visit our Industry Corner space and start playing the DTI Challenge Game, a new, educational competition about organ donation and transplantation.  

It will give you the opportunity to test your knowledge by challenging other TTS congress attendees in simple, double, triple and even in group challenges.  

This app will not only be a fun way to play with your colleagues but also it will be useful for us in order to evaluate which are the trending topics of the Organ Donation and Transplantation field among the participants. 

The more you play the more chances you have to enter into the raffle to win free access to one of our online courses!

The game will start on the 13th of September at 8am CEST and will be open until the 16th of September at 9pm CEST. Participants will have 24 more hours to complete their challenges.

The Atrivity app is available at Google Play, App Store & AppInChina. Download it and register here to play!

DTI will be represented at TTS 2020 Virtual Congress_September 13-16

DTI Foundation will attend the 28th International Congress of The Transplantation Society 2020 virtual this year!

Visit us at the Industry Corner of the Platform and see what’s new in the field of Organ Donation and Transplantation:

Check out DTI Online Training Offer

Play a Quiz Game to test your knowledge on organ donation and transplantation and win free access to one of our online courses!

Discover i-DTI, an innovative telemedicine platform

Register and consult our Donation Databases

Chat with us during the Congress on Zoom:  https://zoom.us/j/4461853655

Follow our presentations:

ORAL ABSTRACTS SESSIONS
i-DTI: An electronic consultancy platform between professionals in the field of organ donation and transplantationEstephan Arredondo/Jordi ColomerWednesday, 16 September 2020, 16:30 – 17:15h (Frankfurt time) Room: Channel 8
Organ Donation Innovative Strategies for Southeast Asia: ODISSeAMaria Paula GómezWednesday, 16 September 2020, 9:30 – 10:15h (Frankfurt time) Room: Chanel 9
EUDONORGAN – Innovative European project training and social awareness for increasing organ donationMartí ManyalichWednesday, 16 September 2020, 9:30 – 10:15h (Frankfurt time) Room: Chanel 9
NETWORKING SESSIONS
Virtual Networking Room: MENA region challenges and opportunities for organ donation and transplantationMaria Paula GómezMonday, 14 September 2020,  10:15 – 12:00 Room: Networking 2
Virtual Networking Room: New Technologies Applied to Organ DonationEstephan ArredondoWednesday, 16 September, 08:00 – 10:00 Room: Networking 1
Virtual NetworkingRoom: Organ Donation and Transplantation in Covid Times – Opportunities to Learn after the First WaveMaria Paula GómezTuesday, 15 September 2020, 08:00 – 10:00h (Frankfurt time) Room: Networking 1
E-POSTER HALL
TPM training program in tissue banking & advanced therapies: A 15-year experienceChloë Ballesté
KeTLOD Bridge : Scholarships for facilitating the transfer of knowledge and leadership in organ donation and transplantation from Europe to China (2018-2019)Chloë Ballesté
ISO quality certification for a hospital-based organ procurement unit: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) experienceMaria Paula Gómez/ Ali Al Obaidli
Implementation results of the first hospital-based organ procurement unit in Kerala (India)Maria Paula Gómez/Raman Muraleedharan
International Registry In Organ Donation and Transplantation (IRODAT) – 2019 worldwide dataMaria Paula Gómez
Survey on leadership, management, quality and innovation in organ procurement for the self-sufficiency in organ donation of the one belt & one road areaMartí Manyalich
Quorum: IT tool for organ donation quality system management: Pilot program in the Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaEstephan Arredondo
Observations on 24-hour ex-situ normothermic liver perfusionEstephan Arredondo

The 26th edition of the TPM Advanced International Training Course will be offered ONLINE

The 26th edition of the Advanced International Training Course in Transplant Procurement Management – TPM will be offered ONLINE from 5 October to 15 December 2020.
REGISTER NOW AND RESERVE YOUR PLACE!  

A highly interactive ONLINE methodology will provide a unique opportunity to learn and share experiences with an exceptional group of experts and professionals from all over the world.
A great chance to build professional networks while engaging and learning in small groups under teacher guidance!  10-12h hours of course work a week, among synchronous and asynchronous activities and networking!  You can consult and download the course brochure here.

Feel free to share the news with your friends and colleagues!
For more detailed information, we also invite you to visit our website!

4 Webinar series as part of ISN-TTS Sister Transplant Centre Program

Since 2016, the South Philippines Medical Center (SPMSC) got into engagement with the University of Barcelona (UB), Hospital Clinic of Barcelona (HCB), DTI foundation, and more recently, Fundació Puigvert, in the ISN-TTS Sister Transplant Centers Program; a joint partnership facilitated by International Society of Nephrology (ISN) and The Transplantation Society (TTS) to develop existing Kidney Transplant programs in emerging countries. Since then, several activities have been organized to promote knowledge and experience exchange between healthcare and educational institutions from Davao (Philippines) and Barcelona (Spain) regarding donation and transplantation.

Considering the current pandemic crisis, the team involved in the program decided to adapt the next initiatives to prioritize COVID-19 outbreak as an immediate concern to the international heathcare system and professionals.

Therefore, between June 11th and July 3rd a series of 4 Webinars have been organized, each of them focused on a current topic related to COVID-19, in order to share useful information between experts from our centers: Dr Josep Maria Miró, Dr Joan Ramon Badia, Mrs Carme Hernández, Dr José Jesús Broseta, Dr David Paredes and Dr Fritz Diekmann from Hospital Clinic of Barcelona and University of Barcelona; Dr Leopoldo Vega, Dr Maria Elinore Alba-Concha, Dr Ricardo B. Audan and Dr Maria Theresa Bad-ang from Southern Philippines Medical Center; Dr Anna Vila from Fundació Puigvert and Dr Chloë Ballesté and Dr Entela Kondi from DTI Foundation.

The webinar series were open and disseminated to the large public, although specifically targeted for the Southern Philippines Medical Center’s healthcare professionals, reaching a total  of 494 attendees.

 

Eurofins Foundation collaborates with DTI

Eurofins Foundation supports DTI’s project “Save One Million Lives”. Since 2018, this project aims to help in the creation of the deceased organ donation program in developing countries, where patients with chronic terminal illnesses are a main concern.

Thanks to Eurofins Foundation, we will be able to perform the situational diagnosis and develop a plan proposal in two Indian regions. The actions will be as follows:

1. Situational diagnosis in terms of organ donation and transplantation. Only through an accurate diagnosis it will be possible to design a plan proposal adjusted to the area. This study aims at identifying organizational, structural, and educational needs and foreseeing solutions that can be implemented both in the short and in long term.

2. Proposal development: 3-year plan to build the deceased organ donation program in the study region, which will be focused on improving measures for in-hospital organ procurement structure.

Developing this kind of program will increase the transplant rates, which means that we will give a lot of people in the waiting list a second chance in life.

IDOTCOVID International Database on Organ Donation and Transplantation COVID-19

We are glad to share the latest initiative related to the COVID-19 pandemic situation! Thanks to our global network of collaborators we have created the IDOTCOVID registry (International Database on Organ Donation and Transplantation COVID-19) on behalf of the DTI Foundation, IDIBAPS from Hospital Clinic of Barcelona and IRODAT registry.

The IDOTCOVID is an open-access and available in real time to all collaborating centres to provide a global perspective towards the influence of COVID-19 on donation activity and transplant outcomes.

The present database tries to collect the demographic, clinical, analytical and therapeutic data of Solid Organ Transplant (SOT) recipients with COVID-19 to provide reliable information, and more importantly, a guide for the management of this population.

A major goal of the IDOTCOVID is the machine learning algorithm to assist the decision making process regarding the treatment alternatives and expected outcomes according to the different approaches worldwide.

The platform is available now, find more information at https://www.idotcovid.org/

If you are not registered yet, send an email to info@idotcovid.org and join us to benefit from this initiative!

DTI Foundation presents an innovative project: I-DTI

Suitable training of healthcare professional is a key aspect to increase the organ donation and transplantation rates. I-DTI aims to implement an online consultancy platform that will allow knowledge exchange between healthcare professionals for the purpose of helping solve doubtful donation scenarios and therefore increase the donor pool.

I-DTI has an important value in supporting programs for developing countries with limited access to knowledge.

Focused on consultancy and messaging services and discuss specific scenarios with a team of recognized experts, I-DTI allows users to create and share knowledge in chat groups, upload files and discuss specific scenarios with a team of recognized experts.

More features such as chat bot are under construction and will be available in the future. Also, I-DTI is offering a free trial until September to help during the COVID-19 global situation.

Go to I-DTI’s website to learn more and sign up for free I-DTI experience!

Annual activity report 2019

We are glad to present you the Annual Report of DTI Foundation for 2019.

To know more about our activity (Educational programs; Congresses attendance; DTI Social; European and other International Projects..) you can take a look here!