[vc_row] [vc_column] [vc_column_text]Andalusia It is nationally recognized for the massive formation of the organ and tissue donation and transplantation process. The Regional Transplant Coordination of Andalusia (CATA) has received a national award at the  National Congress of Transplant Coordinators, held in Burgos. The reason for the award has been his work in continuous training in the donation-transplant process through 'Gesforma SSCC', the tool with lac that manages the continuous training plans for professionals in the Andalusian Health Service (SEDGE).

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Record numbers of training in public health

From 2011 to 2023, the entity carried out 192 courses en 20 training programs, educating 7.976 students (3.237 doctors, 2.828 nurses y 1.911 professionals from other disciplines).

In addition to training professionals in the donation and transplant process, inclusion in the Gesforma and EASP virtual campus allows diversification and massive training in basic donation and transplant concepts for all SAS professional specialties. Specifically for emergency professionals and traumatologists, to increase the detection of potential donors and improve the quality and safety of the entire process.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The award-winning study It aims to illustrate the constant training of professionals who participate in the process of organ and tissue donation and transplantation. This effort is a strategic initiative of the Autonomous Transplant Coordination of Andalusia, as emphasized in a press release issued by the Government of Andalusia.

During the XXXVII National Congress of Transplant Coordinators, the entity of the Andalusian public health received an award for best work presented in poster format. His study entitled 'Continuing Training in the Donation-Transplant process: new ways for mass training' was the center of attention. This scientific congress, held in Burgos, brought together professionals from the National Network of Transplant Coordinators, including coordinating doctors and nurses, as well as representatives of regional transplant coordination.

According to the Andalusian entity, one of the aspects that aroused the greatest interest among the participants and the National Transplant Organization was the proposal for mass formation through Gesforma, which would allow professionals from all SAS specialties to participate.

Training is essential to identify donors and improve quality and safety at every stage of the process. The Andalusian entity offers 20 training programs that cover all stages of the organ and tissue donation and transplantation process. These programs include basic topics on quality and safety, registration, traceability, biosurveillance and specific courses for emergency professionals and traumatologists to increase the identification of potential donors and improve the quality and safety of the entire process.

La Regional Transplant Coordination of Andalusia belonging to the SAS, distinguished itself by having the highest number of oral presentations and posters among all the autonomous coordinations of Spain. In addition, the quality of the papers presented was "outstanding", covering topics such as the tissue quality program, Substances of Human Origin, SICATA (information management and mass training in transplant coordination). As a result, he received the award for best submission in the poster category.

Faced with the pandemic in 2020, and the SAS's commitment to training, they incorporated the Training, Selection and Development sub-directorate, "exploring new forms of distance training, taking advantage of available resources". One of the priorities in 2020 was the implementation of 'Gesforma SSCC' to carry out the transversal training plan, unifying training and making it more accessible to all SAS professionals. In this context, mass training courses were created that have managed to reach all SAS professionals, at the same time that the training of the Andalusian entity has been promoted with the Andalusian School of Public Health (EASP).

Most courses are accredited and certified with hours or credits. The training catalog presented by the Andalusian entity and the incorporation into virtual platforms allow us to reach a greater number of public health professionals, positively benefiting progress and improvement in all donation and transplant activities.[/vc_column_text] [/vc_column][/vc_row]