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Title: Leadership, management, quality, and innovation in organ donation: 2019 Kunming recommendations for One Belt & One Road countries
Author: Ballesté, Chloë
Navarro, Aurora
Escalante, José Luis
Quiralte, Arantxa
Vera, Elisa
França, Ana
Avsec, Danica
Leitchman, Alan
Valero, Ricard
Istrate, Melania
Gómez, María Paula
Zhou, Minkang
Arredondo, Estephan
Boni, Reginaldo
Domínguez Roldán, José María
Zhao, Hongtao
Wang, Haibo
Pu, Miao
Lu, Wei
Li, Li
Manyalich, Martí
The Kunming Recommendations Group
Keywords: Donació d'òrgans
Planificació estratègica
Donations of organs
Strategic planning
Issue Date: Oct-2021
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Abstract: The findings and recommendations of the 2019 consensus conference in organ donation, held in Kunming, China, are here reported. The main objective of the conference was to gather relevant information from experts involved in the field. The data and opinions provided allowed to propose a series of recommendations for 'One Belt & One Road Countries' on how to achieve self-sufficiency in organ donation. Leadership in organ donation should be results-oriented and goal-driven based on the principles of excellence, empowerment, and engagement, providing the means, resources, and strategies necessary to reach the goal in earnest. Management includes good governance and transparency of a national registry of patients in the waiting list, donors, transplants, transplant teams, quality, and safety programs with continuous educational training of health care professionals. Mandatory monitoring, auditing and evaluation of quality must be incorporated into donation practices as relevant points in innovation, as well as the adoption of already established and novel processes and technologies. Achievement of self-sufficiency in organ donation is a crucial step to fight against transplant tourism and to prevent organ trafficking. Based on recommendations arising from the conference, each country could review and develop individualized action plans adjusted to its own circumstances and reality.
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It is part of: Clinical Transplantation, 2021, vol. 35, num. 10, p. e14470
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ISSN: 0902-0063
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