Linda Monich, living kidney donor, shares what her experience was like donating a kidney to her husband, Tim, at the Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center.
About the Series
The Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center is committed to providing every patient with quality care and exceptional support throughout their transplant journey.
As such, the living donor team is pleased to present a new virtual education series called “How to Find a Living Kidney Donor” — a monthly series alternating on the fourth Monday or Thursday of every month, which aims to equip kidney recipients and their loved ones with the necessary knowledge, support and tools to find a living donor.
At every virtual event, speakers will provide attendees with information about:
- Common myths and misconceptions of living kidney donation
- How to leverage social media and other community outreach forums throughout the living donor process
- How to find additional resources and learn from each other about living donation
All events are virtual. To accommodate dialysis schedules, events are held on the 4th Monday or 4th Thursday from 4-5 pm EST, alternating every month.
Below are the 2023 dates:
- December 19, 2022
- January 26, 2023
- February 27, 2023
- March 23, 2023
- April 24, 2023
- May 25, 2023
- June 26, 2023
- July 27, 2023
- August 28, 2023
- September 28, 2023
- October 23, 2023
- November 16, 2023
- December 18, 2023
In this recording of the monthly “How to Find a Living Kidney Donor” series, the Mass General Transplant Center living kidney donor team spoke about common misconceptions, advantages and frequently asked questions related to living kidney donation.
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- Patient Story
- Feb | 10 | 2021
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