Transplant Resources Toolkit

IPRO ESRD Network Program is pleased to present you with this Transplant Resource Toolkit to support the Population Health Focused Pilot Project (PHFPP): Improve Transplant Coordination.

This project is designed to assist facilities in discussing transplant coordination with patients, as well as give standardized resources to have for yourself and your patients. Our Network goal is to increase overall transplant referrals while reducing an identified disparity.

The goals for this Toolkit are:

  • Provide non-branded resources for facilities with information for both providers and patients.
  • Promote best practices and assist in barriers while giving transplant options to patients.
  • Have standardization and one location for resources that your facility can contribute to as well.

We hope that this toolkit will be helpful to you, your staff and ultimately your patients in our mission to promote education and discussion of improving transplant coordination.

Regional Transplant Center Guides
New York Transplant Centers
South Atlantic Transplant Centers
(GA, NC, SC)

South Eastern Transplant Coalition (SKETC) Resources
Patient Education Checklist
SKETC 2016 Publication Booklet

Education Resources

Staff:
Renal Fellow Network Allocation Policy Blog Post
Turning Negatives into Positives: Transplant Discussion  Flyer
Conditions for Coverage § 494.90
iChoose Kidney Decision Aid  website  or app (iPhone/iPad)
Fillable Transplant Tracker Word Document

Patients:
UNOS Brochures
Allocation Policy FAQ Booklet
Transplant Evaluation Process FAQ Booklet

ESRD NCC Materials
Treatment Choices Flyer
Is a Kidney Transplant Right for Me?  Booklet 
Your Life, Your Choice
: Transplant Stories Booklet
Get the Facts on Kidney Transplantation Flyer
Services Provided by your ESRD Network Flyer

Network Materials
     Transplant FAQ
     Questions to Ask Transplant Center Staff
     Kidney Chronicles: Transplant

   The PAC Speaks: Patient Articles
         A Transplant at 77
         Dialysis: A Way to Life - 19 years living with ESRD
        Transfusion Free Transplant: Honoring Religious Convictions
        From Diagnosis to Transplant: An ESRD Journey
         Living Donation: One Couple's Story

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