‘Dáithí’s Law’ organ donation awareness campaign launched
Northern Ireland has launched a new public awareness campaign to prepare people for the introduction of ‘Dáithí’s Law’ from next spring 2023.
Give Hope this Easter
Church leaders come together at Easter to address urgent need for organ and blood donors of Black heritage
Join us this Commonwealth Day as we launch a new project to save more lives
Today is Commonwealth Day, and we are excited to be hosting a livestream event on our Organ Donation YouTube channel to officially launch our Commonwealth Tribute to Life project.
Take a moment to consider living kidney donation this World Kidney Day
With kidney transplants dropping a third during the pandemic, it’s more important than ever to consider living kidney donation.
Response to World’s first heart-thymus transplant
US doctors at the Duke University Hospital in North Carolina have successfully transplanted a heart and thymus into a little boy under their care.
Mother hoping for brighter future following ‘once in a lifetime’ sternum transplant
A UK-first operation that replaced the sternum of a cancer patient using the chest wall of a deceased donor has been carried out at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Have a heart-to-heart with your family this Valentine’s Day
85% increase in people waiting for a heart compared to a decade ago, despite success in sustaining transplantation over the pandemic.
Northern Ireland welcome ‘Dáithí’s Law’
From 2023, adults in Northern Ireland will be considered potential organ donors unless they choose to opt out or are in an excluded group.
Stacey Dooley highlights importance of cornea donation in BBC podcast
In the podcast Stacey Dooley finds out more about the cornea donation process, speaks with the family of a cornea recipient and meet the Tissue and Eye services team.
Funding boost to tackle health inequalities and promote living kidney donation amongst Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities
Seven projects have been successful in receiving a share of £100,000 funding.