ASN/ERA/ISN Kidney Ethics Webinar Series: Equitable Living Kidney Donation: Progress and Perils

Recorded On: 05/11/2022

Presenting and learning from Martha Gershun’s living kidney donation to a stranger in the USA, panelists (including a bioethicist, a nephrologist and a transplant surgeon) will discuss barriers to living kidney donation and the ways such barriers may create or exacerbate inequity.  Taking into consideration the bioethical history of these barriers as well as different contexts across the globe, panelists will propose recommendations for transplant professionals to reduce these barriers and thereby improve living kidney donation.

Fergus Caskey

UK

Priya Pais

India

Viviane Calice-Silva

Brazil

Vivekanand Jha

India

Dominique Martin

Australia

Raymond Vanholder

Belgium

Mehmet Sukru Sever

Turkey

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