Operating Room Nursing
Question on Clinical Transplant Coordination
Aug 11, '03
How does one go about becoming a Transplant Coordinator?
What nursing specialty would be good to work in for preparing?
Is BSN a must or would ADN be sufficient?
Any other pertinent information?
Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Aug 11, '03
spineCNOR, DNP, RN
Check out the job opportunites link on UNOS - it has a couple of X-plant coordinator positions with job requirements.
Your best bet might be to talk with someone at your local transplant center. I have known of nurses with an OR background and ICU backgrounds who became transplant coordinators, but I don't know what experience is actually preferred. Good luck!
Aug 13, '03
That is very good info. Thnx alot for that website!
Aug 15, '03
I believe transplant coordinator requires a MSN
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