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  • You Want Me to Do WHAT to the Tissue? Corneal Tissue Processing Basics

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 05/13/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Join us for this session to strengthen your eye bank’s processing procedures.

    Preparing corneal tissue for transplant has greatly evolved throughout the years. Once considered a role for corneal surgeons, tissue processing has primarily become an eye bank function for most corneal transplant procedures. This session will feature knowledgeable eye bank professionals from various organizations who will discuss corneal tissue preparation. 

    Attendees will learn:

    • The tissue preparation procedures offered by eye banks
    • Information about DSEK and DMEK tissue preparation
    • The importance of post-processing tissue evaluation
    • How to determine tissue suitability for each procedure

     Join us for this educational session to learn more about corneal tissue processing.

    Pricing

    For one fee of $50 (EBAA Member) or $150 (Non-Member), the entire organization may attend the webinar. After registration, a confirmation email will be sent with a discount code. The contact person who purchased the session should send the discount code to other staff members who may wish to attend the session. The discount code will allow staff to attend remotely for free. 

    Note: if an organization has multiple locations, additional registrations must be purchased for each location.

    CEU Information

    A new CEU process has been implemented. If an individual views the session through their own eyeLEARN account, they simply need to complete the survey on their account to claim credit for the session. If a group of people view the session together in a conference room, then each person should complete the survey listed in the confirmation email to claim CEU credit. 

    Important: Whether through eyeLEARN or the survey in the confirmation email, each attendee must complete their own survey to claim credit for the session.

    Paul Graves, CEBT, CTBS

    Advancing Sight Network

    Chris Conwell, CEBT

    Sierra Donor Services Eye Bank

    Darrell Lee, CEBT

    Lions Eye Bank of West Central Ohio

    Anthony Vizzerra, CEBT

    Saving Sight

    Brendan Luckett, CEBT

    Cincinnati Eye Bank

  • The COVID-19 Effect: Interpreting the Data in the 2020 Statistical Report on Eye Banking

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Register for this free session to learn everything you need to know about the latest report!

    EBAA has released the 2020 Statistical Report on Eye Banking. This complimentary webinar includes information about the latest data, highlights of the 2020 report, and how COVID-19 has impacted the data. Speakers will also discuss what the numbers may indicate for the future and how to use the report to benchmark your organization. Attend this free session to learn everything you need to know about the latest report! 

    This webinar is for EBAA members only and CEUs are not awarded for this session.

  • An Update on Injectable Endothelial Cell Technology

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    During the 2020 Cornea and Eye Banking Forum, Shigeru Kinoshita, MD, PhD, from Kyoto Prefectural University, presented the invited talk, "An Update on Injectable Endothelial Cell Technology."

    During the 2020 Cornea and Eye Banking Forum, Shigeru Kinoshita, MD, PhD, from Kyoto Prefectural University, presented the invited talk, "An Update on Injectable Endothelial Cell Technology."

    Listen to the presentation for free!

  • Making Social Media Matter

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    During the 2019 Annual Meeting, Megan Anhalt from WholeWhale, discussed social media strategies that will help organizations strengthen their social media presence.

    During the 2019 Annual Meeting, Megan Anhalt from WholeWhale, discussed social media strategies that will help organizations strengthen their social media presence. 

    Listen to the presentation for free!

  • A Sister's Gift

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    During the 2020 Annual Meeting, Shannon Hartley tells the story of how she received a directed donation from her sister, allowing her to see again. Her doctor, Joshua Zaffos, MD, also discusses the experience from his point of view.

    During the 2020 Annual Meeting, Shannon Hartley tells the story of how she received a directed donation from her sister, allowing her to see again. Her doctor, Joshua Zaffos, MD, also discusses the experience from his point of view. 

    Listen to the presentation for free!

  • Cornea and Eye Banking Forum 2020

    Contains 5 Product(s)

    Cornea and Eye Banking Forum 2020

    Cornea and Eye Banking Forum 2020

  • 2020 R. Townley Paton Award Lecture: Reflections During Covid-19: My Important but Little Known Research and Our Legacy

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/07/2020

    View Dr. Stephen Kaufman's Paton Award Lecture here.

    During the 2020 Cornea and Eye Banking Forum, Dr. Stephen Kaufman was awarded the R. Townley Paton Award and delivered the R. Towley Paton Award Lecture titled, "Reflections During Covid-19: My Important but Little Known Research and Our Legacy." Attend the complimentary lecture here!

  • A Novel Dual-Chamber Vial for Corneal Graft Preservation

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/07/2020

    The 2020 Cornea and Eye Banking Forum Best Paper of Session Award was awarded to Joana Karanxha from Bascom Palmer Eye Institute for her abstract presentation, "A Novel Dual-Chamber Vial for Corneal Graft Preservation."

    The 2020 Cornea and Eye Banking Forum Best Paper of Session Award was awarded to Joana Karanxha from Bascom Palmer Eye Institute for her abstract presentation, "A Novel Dual-Chamber Vial for Corneal Graft Preservation."

    Listen to the presentation for free!

  • EBAA Community Chat: Remote Audits and Virtual Inspections

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Watch the recording of this community chat specifically for quality assurance professionals!

    The focus of this session included the discussion of the challenges performing remote audits during COVID-19, how eye banks have addressed these challenges, as well as how the Accreditation Board has implemented a hybrid accreditation inspection, allowing the physician inspector to participate remotely. Register today for this free discussion!

    This session is available to EBAA members only. CEUs are not awarded for this session.

  • Promoting Donation Together: Updates from the Donation Community

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    This complimentary session features representatives from Donate Life America, the Association for Multicultural Affairs in Transplantation, and the Division of Transplantation at the Health Resources and Services Administration who will share updates, resources, and details regarding their current campaigns and initiatives.

    The eye, tissue and organ donation community consists of many unique organizations specializing in specific aspects of donation and transplantation. Many of these organizations offer materials, resources, and templates to the overall community to help each other promote eye, tissue and organ donation. This complimentary session will feature representatives from Donate Life America, the Association for Multicultural Affairs in Transplantation, and the Division of Transplantation at the Health Resources and Services Administration who will share updates, resources, and details regarding their current campaigns and initiatives.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify tools available from Donate Life America for promoting cornea donation
    • Gain knowledge about the Division of Transplantation at Health Resources and Services Administration and resources available to eye banks
    • Learn how to engage with diverse communities using resources from the Association for Multicultural Affairs in Transplantation

    Taking place before Donate Life Month, attendees will receive specific tips and resources to help make your Donate Life Month commemoration even more successful. Join us for this free session!

    CEUs are not awarded for this session.

    Lauren Darensbourg

    HRSA Division of Transplantation

    Lauren Darensbourg serves as Lead of the Donation Education Team in the Division of Transplantation at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In this role, Lauren develops and coordinates public and professional education and outreach activities in support of HRSA’s mission to improve awareness about organ donation and transplantation, and to promote the need for increased donor registrations. Lauren earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry, as well as a Master of Public Health from Florida A & M University. 

    Marion Shuck MA, MPhil

    AMAT

    Marion L. Shuck is Vice President of Governmental and External Relations at Gift of Hope Organ & Tissue Donor Network, as well as serving as the President of, the Association for Multicultural Affairs in Transplantations.  In both roles, Marion specializes in building key partnerships and strengthening existing relationships with communities, business leaders, legislators, hospitals, faith-based organizations, and industry partners.  Her most important role is advocating for donor families and marginalized communities, while increasing opportunities for organ and tissue donation through education and outreach. 

    Karen Headley

    Donate Life America

    Karen Headley joined the Donate Life America (DLA) staff in December 2012 to develop and manage its fundraising and partnership efforts. As Vice President of Partnerships & Philanthropy, she continues to build DLA’s fundraising program and establishes key partnerships to further the Donate Life mission. Karen possesses more than 24 years of experience in non-profit management, fundraising, corporate sponsorship and volunteer development. Prior to joining DLA, she served for more than ten years in varying leadership roles at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and worked for Ogilvy Public Relations in their health and medical practice. Karen began her career in the non-profit sector working for the American Cancer Society. She is from Richmond, VA, and received her bachelor's in science from The University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce. Karen currently lives in Richmond and serves on many community boards, she loves to cook, travel, enjoys live music and spending time with family, friends and her rescue dog Louie.