Pediatric Transplantation Committee

Pediatric Transplantation Committee

Pediatric Transplantation Committee Spring 2019 1 Implemented Projects Project Guidance on Pediatric Recipient Transition & Transfer Summary Inconsistent transfer practices for pediatric transplant recipients to adult programs for post-transplant care

Implementation Status Implemented Dec. 4, 2018 Project shares effective practices for pediatric recipient transition and transfer https://optn.transplant.hrsa.gov/resources/guidance/ (OPTN website: resources>>guidance>>other) 2 Board Approved Projects Project Pediatric Transplantation Training & Experience Requirements

Summary Established requirements for key personnel at pediatric heart, liver, and kidney transplant programs https://optn.transplant.hrsa.gov/governance/public-co mment/establish-pediatric-training-and-experience/ (OPTN>>Governance>>Public Notices) Revise Pediatric Emergency Membership Exception Outlines requirements for an adult heart or liver programs to register a candidate less than 18 years old. 3 Upcoming Bylaw Implementation: Pediatric Transplant Components - Board Approved 12/2015

Notice Late Spring 2019 Applications Summer 2019 Staff & MPSC Review 12 - 18 months Board Approval 6/2020 12/2020 Tentative implementation plan: Late Spring 2019 30 day notice Summer 2019 90 day application period begins

Summer 2019 to Summer 2020 or Fall 2020 Staff & MPSC Review of applications Board approval June 2020 or December 2020 Board Approval Dependencies: U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approval of revised applications 4 Pediatric Transplant Components: What members need to know to prepare Kidney, liver and heart: Primary pediatric transplant surgeon must

Meet all requirements for primary transplant surgeon Demonstrate current working knowledge and experience in pediatric transplant Primary pediatric transplant physician must Meet all requirements for primary transplant physician Meet requirements of one of the pediatric training or experience pathways 5 Pediatric Transplant Components: What members need to know to prepare Lung and pancreas: Primary pediatric transplant surgeon or transplant physician for pediatric components must meet all requirements of respective requirements for the program

6 Want additional information? Contact the UNOS Membership Analyst for your region at 804-782-4800, or by email: Regions 1, 4, 5, Tierra Yuille Regions 2, 3, 10 Christi Manner Regions 6, 7, 9, 11 Nadine Drumn [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Tool kit for members is available on the OPTN website https://optn.transplant.hrsa.gov/governance/public-comment/establish-pediatric-training-an d-experience/

(OPTN>>Governance>>Public Notices) UNOSConnect learning module course QLT-117 Future updates (web-based, regional meetings, transplant society enewsletters, social media) 7 Ongoing collaboration Liver and Intestine Committee Replace DSA/Region Board Approved Kidney Committee Replace DSA/Region Public comment concept paper

Thoracic Committee Replace DSA/Region Public comment Board consideration pending Ethics Committee White Paper on Multi-organ Transplantation Public Comment Board consideration pending 8 Questions? 9

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