Linked news releasesTeam UK travel to Switzerland to raise awareness of Organ Donation
23 transplant recipients (including 10 children) are representing the UK, joining up with competitors from 28 countriesNHSBT's Director of Organ Donation and Transplantation, joins discussion on Radio 4's 'You and Yours'
Sally Johnson, NHSBT's Director of Organ Donation and Transplantation, was a guest on BBC Radio 4's consumer affairs programme You and Yours on 14th February 2012."I'm so very grateful to the little boy who saved my life"
A chorister from Brecon, south Wales, is hoping to strike a chord with transplant patients across the UK by dedicating a piece of music to the family of the young donor who saved his life...Improving family consent in organ donation could save lives
Research published today in the British Journal of Anaesthesia suggests that organ donation rates in the UK could be increased if the current issues affecting declined consent are improved.Nicholas Cup for Transplant Children
As Part Of The Winter World Transplant Games 2012 The Nicholas Cup - Anzère, Switzerland, 3-10 March An Invitation To Transplant Children Around The World From 4-17 YearsFirst Time Ever on UK Television BBC One Documentary Follows The Complex Process of Organ Donation
TRANSPLANT is a one-off documentary that follows the complex process of organ donation; from the very beginningLicences to Drive Up Organ Donation
From today (Monday 1 August), people will have to answer questions about organ donation before they can complete their driving licence application through the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) website.TRANSPLANT ASHES AUSTRALIA v GB June 30th 2011
The Great Britain Transplant Cricket Club (GBTCC) has announced the dates of this summer's Transplant Ashes against their Australian (ATCC) counterparts.Donor Family Gathering - Birmingham 2011
In conjunction with the Specialist Nurse teams we are planning to hold our next National Gathering for Donor Families on Saturday, 2nd July 2011.A Hundred Years of Us on BBC ONE
In this episode, viewers can hear the remarkable story of Kaylee Davidson who, in 1987, became the first baby in Britain to survive a heart transplant.Organ donation: the cost of not giving, a public debate
This public event will bring together people involved in organ donation and transplantation to discuss the current situation in the UK
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