International Transplant Coordinators Society (ITCS)
1994-08 Kyoto Japan
Aug 1994, Kyoto (Japan). Dissolved 2008.
Foster communication and collaboration amongst transplant coordinators; provide information concerning organ and tissue donation and the benefits of organ and tissue transplantation; provide professional education in order to enhance the profession of transplant coordinator; promote research and provide a forum for the presentation of research findings on organ and tissue donation, procurement and transplantation.
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