DTI 基金会是一个非盈利组织，致力于推动世界器官捐献事业的发展，以提高社会生 活质量和避免器官交易和贩运。移植获取管理（TPM）是 DTI 基金会的一大教育品牌。 该品牌是一个国际教育计划，提供以需求为导向的高质量培训，有助于知识的传授和
器官、人体组织和细胞的捐献与移植国际硕士是巴塞罗那大学独有的硕士学位，汇集 了该领域的国内和国际组织迄今所获得的成果和心血。该项目收益于先进的欧洲培训 框架的创立、互联网的应用以及欧洲和美国之间跨国的合作和协议签订。
This training program covers the main aspects of the donation process:
- Donor detection and identification
Enable participants to learn the essential steps and most effective ways to identify potential or eligible organ donors and to enhance their referral to the Donor.
- Brain death diagnosis
Establish an understanding of the Brain Death definition and the requirements to accurately perform the clinical diagnosis and confirmatory testing.
- Donor management
Provide the opportunity to build skills and confidence in the BD donor’s management, according to the most frequent pathophysiological changes occurred due to BD and targeted in the outcome graft survival and recipients best outcome.
- Family approach
Enable participants to build communication skills and confidence in breaking bad news and approaching potential donor families to obtain consent for organ donation.
- Organ retrieval and preservation and allocation criteria
Identify the different surgical techniques, the principles of organ preservation, solutions and techniques regularly used.
Identify the different criteria and systems that allow donated organs to be allocated equitably among transplant patients, seeking to achieve the best use of them.
- Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD)
Describes the categories and criteria, states the concept of warm ischemia, defines perfusion techniques, assess the viability of organs and includes the ethical and legal aspects.
The course aim is to expand the knowledge and understanding of donation practices, explore the impact of varying ethical frameworks, unique cultural needs, funding models and organizational structures and learn how to inspire health professionals, community and nations in the donation concerns.
The course is designed to provide aspiring leaders, from developed and developing transplant and donation communities, the experience of learning from their peers and mentors, from similar and vastly dissimilar environments, how to serve their communities, recipients and donor families and fulfil the promises of donation and transplantation.
It will also allow confronting the challenges of donation of organs, tissues and cell for transplantation by providing advanced leaders in donation, with examples of best practices in the science and business. The application of “business management” models and, in some cases, for-profit processing and supply to hospitals has created an element of commercialism that can sit awkwardly with the donor or the donor family’s motivation.
- Organ procurement and transplant programs organization: Best practice models
- Management & leadership
- Teambuilding & empowerment
- Optimal cost-effective measures
- Engaging your staff: working with and through others
- Quality programs, quality indicators, standards and auditing in
- Organ donation and transplantation
- Incorporating skills into practice
This training program aims at providing the knowledge and competences needed for the successful clinical evaluation of the potential recipients of solid organs, as well as the waiting list criteria, and pre and post-transplant treatment.
The main goals of the module are:
- To improve participants’ knowledge on acute and chronic kidney, liver, pancreas, heart and lung failure and adequately assess referred patients for transplantation.
- To provide participants with the knowledge of the principles of pre-op preparation (bench preparation), preparation of implant site (anatomic references including variations and anomalies), as well as common intra-operative challenges and variations.
- To identify and treat post-op complications: drug side-effects, infection, rejection, complications, recurrent disease.
- To provide knowledge on the surgical procedures (organ specific) and post-operative care of living donors.
- To improve short and long-term follow-up of the living donor with attention to physical and psycho-social well-being and to facilitate knowledge on living donor registries.
The topics of the course are:
- General aspects
- Immunology basics and Immunosuppression
- Infections and malignancies
- Organ specific: Kidney, Liver, Pancreas, Heart, Lung
- Indications and Waiting List
- Organ evaluation and surgical procedure (techniques and surgical complications)
- Postoperative management and medical follow up (early/late & histopathology/radiology)
- Living donation
- General aspects of living donation
- Kidney and liver living donation
- Living donor registries
Participants must follow an online internship including an immersive learning activity with a simulated hospital including the best practices from the Spanish model of donation, cases resolution, videos and webinars.
Internship in an accredited centre (optional)
Participants have the option to attend a minimum of two-week internship in an accredited centre.
They should attend all the clinical, educational and research activities developed in the assigned centre so that they acquire a deep knowledge about the donation and transplantation process.
In order to take as much profit as possible from this experience, an internship tutor from an accredited centre will be assigned to each participant. The tutor must be in leadership position with the transplant coordination office, tissue bank, transplant programs or research laboratories.
The minimum clinical activities that must be attended by each participant are as follows, depending on the centre or unit that they visit:
- 2 effective deceased organ donor processes
- 2 effective organ transplantations (at least 1 kidney transplant)
- 2 tissue donation processes
Participants must write a dissertation based on the applicability of the knowledge and experience acquired during the training in their workplace and the internship. The contents must be practical and implementable in their workplace or professional career.
The dissertation constitutes the last evaluation test of the International Master in Donation and Transplantation of Organs, Tissues and Cells. Its aim is to promote the research spirit inside the participants and the application of the knowledge acquired in their working activity.
Banc de Sang i Teixits
H.U de Bellvitge
H. Clínic de Barcelona
H.U. Germans Trias i Pujol
H.U. Joan XXIII
Hospital del Mar
Org. Catalana de Transplantaments
Parc de Salut Mar
H. Sant Joan de Déu
Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau
H.U. Vall d’Hebron
H.U DR. Josep Trueta
“Lozano Blesa” de Zaragoza
H.U. Miguel Servet
Clínica San Francisco
H.U. 12 de Octubre
H.G.U Gregorio Marañón
Org. Nacional de Transplantes
H.U. Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda
European Homograft Bank
National Center for Tissue and Cell Banking
Fondazione Banca dei Tessuti di Treviso Onlus
C.H.U A Coruña
Of. de Coordinación de Transplantes de Galicia
H.U. Marqués de Valdecilla
H.U. Central de Asturias
H.U. Virgen del Rocío
H.U. Son Dureta
马德里康普顿斯大学12 de Octubre附属医院;
Fondazione Banca dei Tessuti di Treviso Onlus
Gift of Life Institute
Nevada Donor Network
Gift of Life Philadelphia
巴塞罗那大学Clinic校区医学院（Casanova 143， 08036 巴塞罗那）