Independent Living Donor Advocate Network (ILDAN) is an online networking community of social workers, psychologists, physicians, nurses and clergy who work as independent living donor advocates. ILDAN offers 24/7 virtual resources that provide professional development,solutions, collaboration and peer support through: · Live Webinars · Videos of instruction · Forums
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Assessing the Living Donor Evaluation
Patrick Hansen, MA, BC
|Live Webinar - May 21, 2013, 12:30pm - 1:30pm CDT||
Continuing Education Credits
The resources provided are in compliance with the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) as it relates to services provided for living donors and the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) and the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) guidelines.
Social workers can earn one contact hour of continuing education credit from the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners by completing either the live or recorded webinar. Certificates of continuing education credits will be emailed to participants.
ILDAN has been generously funded by:
- The George & Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation
- Ray C. Fish Foundation
- Vanberg Family Foundation
Bio: Donna Luebke, MSN, APN-BC
Donna L. Luebke is a board certified Adult Nurse Practitioner with an MSN in Critical Care Nursing. She has over 32 years of nursing experience which includes adult critical care, cardiology, electrophysiology, trauma, bioethics, end-of-life care, and organ donation and transplantation including living organ donation. She is currently employed by the Ohio Permanente Medical Group.
Ms. Luebke is a living kidney donor to her sister (1994) who later had a deceased donor liver transplant (1997). From 2003-2006, she served as a public representative on the United Network for Organ Sharing and Organ Procurement & Transplantation Network Board of Directors. Luebke served on the Board of Directors of Lifebanc, the Organ Procurement Organization serving northeast Ohio, from 2006-2012. Since 2003, she has functioned as an independent donor advocate; advocating for safeguards and standards of care for living organ donors with specific focus on their aftercare. She was a co-investigator in the MetroHealth Medical Center sponsored research study “Living Organ Donor Pilot Study: The Ethical Dimensions of Living Organ Donation from Donor Evaluation to Aftercare.” Luebke co-presents the Living Donation lecture for the Case Western Reserve University Masters in Bioethics program.
Ms. Luebke earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1980. Her Masters of Science in Nursing, with a specialty in Critical Care was awarded by the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University in 1992. She received her Adult Nurse Practitioner post-Masters certificate from Case Western Reserve University in 1996.
Bio: Patrick D. Hansen, MA, BCC
Patrick D. Hansen has a Masters in Theology and is a Board Certified Chaplain. He is Supervisor of Chaplain Services and Living Donor Advocates at Mayo Clinic Arizona, and also is a member of the Executive Council of Professional Living Donor Advocates, National Kidney Foundation; the Mayo Clinic Bioethics committee and Patient Quality and Safety Subcommittee at Mayo Clinic Arizona. He also has participated as a transplant program reviewer for UNOS.
He is published in , Life’s Final Journey: Expectations as Life Ends, , “Rediscovering the Art of Healing Connection by Creating the Tree of Life”, and “Predicting Patients’ Expectations of Hospital Chaplains” ; also the principal research investigator on spiritual quality of life needs and principal investigator in The Effect of Posting Life Stories on Patient Spirituality, Sense of Social Support, Anxiety, Hope and Pain.
On a personal note Patrick is married and last year served as the caregiver for his wife who was a living kidney donor and stem cell donor for her cousin. It was exciting and eye opening to see the process from the other side.