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Recovery Workshops

"I thought the Recovery Workshop was great. It was so informative for ME to hear the issues these recovery folks encounter and also to talk to them about all that we do. The Workshop enabled me to have one-on-one conversations with so many OPO staff and identify what both sides experience. "Great group of people, well done, and something I have already recommended that we support in the future. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to attend."

With dedication to education and appreciation for the extraordinary efforts our recovery partners experience for the sake of saving lives through transplantation and research, IIAM provides surgical recovery training for our recovery partners. These annual workshops enable these unspoken heroes to receive training about recovery techniques for research organs, and learn about the invaluable results of human organs donated for research.

“As a testament to the great teaching IIAM provided at the recent Recovery Workshop and our earnestness to provide IIAM with organs for research, our recovery team was able to procure its first set of lungs in less than 1 week of returning from the Workshop. We were very excited to be able to do this and are ready to jump in to provide the next set of research organs." -Jen from the Center for Donation and Transplant

Each year, IIAM hosts 1-2 Recovery Workshops providing educational training to experienced procurement staff from partnering organizations about organ recoveries for research. These 2-day workshops include: a hands-on cadaver lab for surgical skill development, and classroom didactics on the importance of offering the option of donation for research to donor families. The workshop also serves to educate recovery staff about the many purposes of organs for research. Contact IIAM for more information.


Registration for IIAM's Upcoming Research Recovery Workshop, November 3-4, 2014 is Full!

Due to filling the maximum attendance, registration for IIAMís Recovery Workshop is now closed. Please check back soon for information on our next workshop or Contact IIAM.


Here are some PowerPoint presentations that have been presented live at our previously held, bi-annual Recovery Workshops. We will post new presentations after each Recovery Workshop in the future since we think you will find them to be very interesting and useful. For further information about IIAM's Recovery Workshops, please Contact IIAM

  • GigaCyte - Washington Regional Transplant Consortium. Download
  • LCNW & IIAM Research Goals. Download
  • nPOD Organ Processing and Pathology Core. Download
  • The nPOD Project. Download


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