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Louise Hubner

Education and Professional Development Manager, Legislation Implementation

Embedding changes in legislation for organ and tissue donation across England and Jersey

The key activity at the start of the legislation change programme was a listening event with colleagues from the Welsh organ donation team. We wanted to better understand the rationale for the...

Consolidating education on organ and tissue donation legislation changes

The tri-modular approach was designed based on adult learning theory and building on the knowledge and skills that the SNs had already acquired during the previous two modules. The education and...

Evaluation of staff training on legislation change in organ and tissue donation

A report on the evaluation of module 1 was published in March (Miller et al, 2020). Since then, training on module 2 has been completed and evaluated. The LCT reviewed how well the delegates perceived...

Legislation change in organ and tissue donation: educating specialist staff

The aim of the modular approach to education and training for the legislation change is to meet the Department of Health and Social Care's (DHSC) commitment for 100% of all specialist...

Implementing a legislation change in organ and tissue donation in England

Nearly 25 million people have signed the Organ Donation Register (Jones et al, 2019) to declare that they have decided to be an organ and/or tissue donor in the event of their death. However, there...

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