AOPO

Association of Organ Procurement Organizations

AOPO is dedicated to the special concerns of Organ Procurement Organizations and provides education, information sharing, research and technical assistance and collaboration with other healthcare organizations and federal agencies.
www.aopo.org


ASTS

American Society of Transplant Surgeons

The ASTS is active in many arenas including the training of transplant surgeons, the dissemination of clinically relevant scientific information, the important issues of reimbursement and transplantation economics. This organization is a vital resource to surgeons who serve patients who need or have needed an organ transplant.
www.asts.org


ESOT

European Society For Organ Transplantation

The European Society for Organ Transplantation is an international cooperation among medical professionals who perform organ transplants on a daily basis. Their overall goal is to improve scientific knowledge and skills for these professionals.
www.esot.org


HRSA

U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration

www.hrsa.gov


ISOP

International Society for Organ Preservation

As a source for education for all who are interested acquiring knowledge in the fast expanding field of organ preservation, the ISOP also seeks to educate and equipment those who wish accreditation in organ preservation.
www.organpreservation.org


INTS

International Transplantation Nursing Society

Online source for Clinical Transplant Nursing Education and Organ Transplant Research. ITNS provides a forum for learning about the most current advances in transplantation and transplant patient care.
www.itns.org


NATCO

Organization for Transplant Professionals

Committed to the advancement of organ and tissue donation and transplantation, NATCO is comprised of a diverse group of professionals: Procurement practitioners, Transplant practitioners, Hospital Development specialists and Public Education specialists.
www.natco1.org


UNOS

United Network for Organ Sharing

A private, non-profit organization that manages the U.S. organ transplant system under contract with the U.S. federal government.
www.unos.org