The Complexity of Creating a Culture of Organ Donation and Transplantation

June 24, 2021 | 12:00PM to 1:00PM (EDT)

Virtual Conference

About this event

Sarah Pol and Jia Lin present the aims of the Anthony Lab’s organ donation and transplantation research program, illustrating key findings and next steps of the lab's qualitative research projects including Family Veto, Crowdfunding and Health Equity, and discussing the complexity and intersections of individual, interpersonal and societal contexts surrounding organ donation and transplantation.

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Sarah Pol

Sarah Pol joined the Anthony Lab as a Clinical Research Project Coordinator in September 2019. She has an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences and Anthropology and a certificate in Community Development from Western University and completed her Master of Science in Global Health at McMaster University. Sarah is passionate about health equity, patient engagement, and the use of qualitative methods to illuminate the patient voice.

Jia Lin

Jia Lin is a Clinical Research Project Coordinator working with Dr. Samantha Anthony within the Child Health Evaluative Sciences Program at the Hospital for Sick Children. She completed her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience and Sociology at the University of Toronto and received her Master of Public Health from Queen’s University. Jia is interested in equity-oriented health research through qualitative methodologies.

This webinar will be livestreamed on the Centre for Living Organ Donation's YouTube Channel,

Organs and Tissues