ISODP Journal Watch

The International Society for Organ Donation and Procurement (ISODP) is the organization advancing donation through science, developing professionals and inspiring networks supporting organ donation to improve organ transplantation worldwide (source). The ISODP Journal Watch is an educational resource and benefit to the ISODP members. “Two of the primary goals for the Society are to enhance resources to improve donation practices and to establish an integrated network of donation professionals.”

The ultimate goal of Journal Watch would be to lead to the creation of a journal entirely dedicated to organ donation.

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  • “As 2023 nears the end, we take a moment to thank a few important partners. First, our team wants to thank Stephen Beed from Canada for his exceptional leadership as president of the ISODP. He leaves a strong legacy and international impact as he steps down from his position. We also appreciate the support of the Canadian Donation and Transplantation Research Program (CDTRP) and Canadian Blood Services (CBS) for the Journal Watch. Importantly, we shout out our own review team! Aisha Adil, Amina Silva, David Thomson, and Stéphanie Larivière are smart, diligent, and committed and bring you another interesting summary of new research.”

    – Dr. Sonny Dhanani & Dr. Matthew Weiss

November 2023 issue

In this issue, we bring together global experiences from Canada, US, Spain, Brazil, and Turkey. We all grapple with similar issues and through the science of donation and knowledge translation efforts like the ISDOP Journal Watch, we hope to share our common experiences and highlight successes that will impact systems and support patients and families worldwide. Thank you to all for the work you do to make lives better.