Potential organ donor identification and system accountability: expert guidance from a Canadian consensus conference View Full Text


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2019-04

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Samara Zavalkoff, Sam D. Shemie, Jeremy M. Grimshaw, Michaël Chassé, Janet E. Squires, Stefanie Linklater, Amber Appleby, David Hartell, Jehan Lalani, Ken Lotherington, Greg Knoll, the Potential Organ Donation Identification and System Accountability (PODISA) Conference Participants (Appendix)

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PURPOSE: Deceased donation rates in Canada remain below the predicted potential and lag behind leading countries. Missing a potential donor leads to preventable death and disability of transplant candidates and increased healthcare costs. METHODS: Stakeholders were invited to a national consensus conference on improving deceased organ donor identification and referral (ID&R) and healthcare system accountability. In advance, participants received evidence-based, background documents addressing death audits, clinical triggers, required referral legislation, ethics, clinical pathways, and donation standards. At the conference, expert presentations and summaries of background information prepared by the Steering Committee informed group discussions of the preset questions. The conference's themes were: 1) expectations of potential donors, recipients and their families; 2) donor ID&R: clinical and legal perspectives; 3) enhancing accountability: gaps and solutions; and 4) enhancing accountability: quality/safety organizations. RESULTS: Thirty-seven consensus statements were generated. At the healthcare professional (HCP) level, key statements include: 1) donation be consistently addressed as part of end-of-life care but only after a decision to withdraw life-sustaining treatment; 2) HCP know how and when to identify and refer potential donors; and 3) transplant candidates be informed of local allocation guidelines and performance. At the healthcare system level, key statements include: 1) national adoption of clinical criteria to trigger ID&R; 2) dedicated resources to match donation activities, including transfer of a potential donor; 3) performance measurement through death audits; 4) reporting and investigation of missed donation opportunities (MDO); 5) recognition of top performers; and 6) missed donor ID&R be considered a preventable and critical safety incident. CONCLUSION: Our consensus statements establish HCP and healthcare system responsibilities regarding potential organ donor ID&R and include the tracking, reviewing and elimination of MDO through system-wide death audits. Once implemented, these consensus statements will help honour patients' wishes to donate, improve service to potential transplant recipients, and support HCPs in fulfilling their ethical and legal responsibilitites. Next steps include implementation, assessment of their impact on donation rates, and investigation of new evidence-based targets for system improvement. More... »

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