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and Transplantation 101
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Dec. 16, 2015
A review of the campaign scorecard and communication
a “best way to get started” tutorial from CORE and small hospital
partner Meadville Medical Center.
Campaign Best Practices
March 16, 2016
Details of Nevada Donor Network’s campaign which includes the involvement of the first federal medical center in the campaign and tips from LifeLink of Florida on building a robust Hospital campaign, step by step.
View the webinar here.
Jan. 20, 2016
Nov. 18, 2015
Highlights from Wisconsin Donor Network’s Phase IV
practices spotlight on New England Organ Bank, and success stories from
two small/rural and critical access hospitals.
Oct. 28, 2015
Phase V of the Hospital Campaign officially launched
with a review
of Phase V scorecard and a best practices spotlight on Carolina Donor
About the Campaign
The Hospital Organ Donation Campaign was launched in June 2011 as a special effort of the Workplace Partnership for Life. Through the campaign, organ, eye, and tissue donation organizations work with hospitals to create engaging donation registration drives, social media campaigns, and other events to raise awareness and register donors within the hospital's facilities and local community.
This national campaign was inspired by a very successful donor registration campaign conducted by the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency (LOPA) and the Louisiana Hospital Association (LHA) in 2008 and 2009.
Read press releases about the Hospital Organ Donation Campaign.
Hospital Campaign Phase V Is Officially Underway
The Hospital Campaign is now in its 5th phase and 1,768 hospitals and transplant centers around the country are working to promote organ, eye, and tissue donation by conducting awareness and registry events in their hospitals and communities. They are supported by their OPOs, Donate Life America state teams, and hospital associations.
Campaign participants have the opportunity to earn bronze, silver, gold, and for the first time, platinum level recognition from HRSA and the Campaign’s national partners. The Campaign scorecard offers more than 40 activity ideas. Hospitals and transplant centers earn points toward recognition for each activity completed between May 1, 2015 and April 30, 2016. If your hospital or transplant center hasn’t been part of this important campaign to increase organ donor designations, join now.
Campaign Stories: Partners in Action