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Regions

Spring 2017

Regional meeting materials

Plan to attend upcoming regional meetings that run from February 3 through March 4. We strongly encourage all transplant programs, OPOs and histocompatability laboratories to send a representative to the meeting. Regional meetings are open to the public and we invite all members of the transplant community and public to participate.

Review presentations, summaries and other documents for upcoming regional meetings:

Webinars to review public comment proposals

Non-discussion webinars

Two national webinars were held to provide members an opportunity to learn about the proposals on the non-discussion agenda.

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Discussion webinars

 The purpose of these webinars is to provide members an opportunity to learn about the proposals on the discussion agenda. The regional meeting is the formal avenue for regional discussion and voting.

Public comment proposals on the discussion agenda were presented during two separate webinars.

January 31 webinar – proposals presented:

  • Improving Allocation of En Bloc Kidneys
  • Concept Paper: Improving Allocation of Double Kidneys

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February 1 webinar – proposals presented:

  • National Liver Review Board: Policy and Exception Score Assignments
  • National Liver Review Board: Guidance Documents

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Educational forums

Several educational sessions are also available this fall. While you are not required to register for the regional business meetings, you do need to register for these learning opportunities:

Region 6 educational forum
March 9
Portland, OR

Register now

Region 5 educational collaborative
March 15
Las Vegas, NV

Register now

Region 2 educational forum
March 16
Arlington,  VA

Register now

We’re here to help

UNOS’ regional administrators are your liaison to everything about UNOS and the OPTN. If you have a question about implementing transplant policy or related member questions, contact your regional administrator:

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