Ep. 9: Donate Life w/ Patti Dean, Dr. Tyler Tinkham & Mike LaPorte

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Learn about Donate Life Month and a Pharmacists' (Dr. Tyler Tinkham's)role in Solid Organ Transplants (SOT)as special co-host Mike LaPorte and I interview Patricia Dean. Patricia is a 2-time liver transplant recipient at VCUHealth and has made it her mission to clear the transplant waiting list after her life-saving surgery. To do this, she became the Community Education Coordinator at LifeNet Health, an organization providing organ, eye and tissue donation education throughout the community. Their goal is to drive every Virginian to the registry, and OVERxDOSE is more than happy to help them complete their mission by covering some of the myths surrounding organ donation. But, this isn't possible without YOU! In honor of Donate Life Month, and with support from the Theta Chapter of Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity at VCU School of Pharmacy, we're trying to make Paticria's dream a reality. Here's how you can help: 1.) Register to become a Donor in your state: https://www.donatelife.net/ 2.)Send your registration confirmation email to ndlm.overxdose@gmail.com 3.) Fill out this Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdYVS-JGOSpr2S3JpKmxsPxSjKRlVmpzB9NoIUcwWVmoUF8PA/viewform If you are already registered in your state you can still enter the raffle. Just re-register and send your confirmation to that email, and fill out the survey. And if you really want to help raise #AWARxENESS on this important healthcare topic, consider sharing the episode with friends, colleagues, and family. Doing so will help to dispel some of the myths surrounding organ donation. And, if you're feeling generous, consider leaving a rating and review on what you want to hear in Part 2, when we learn even more about a pharmacist's role in SOT. I know it's been awhile since you last heard form me, but it's good to be back and I strive to keep making this podcast something beneficial and entertaining, so keep the feedback coming. As always, stay AWARxE, stay Healthy, and don't OVERxDOSE. With care, Dvid Dent LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: REGISTER: https://www.donatelife.net/ SURVEY: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdYVS-JGOSpr2S3JpKmxsPxSjKRlVmpzB9NoIUcwWVmoUF8PA/viewform SOT RESOURCES: https://www.vcuhealth.org/hume-lee-transplant-center Don't miss another episode by following me on my socials - Links in the Podcast Description.

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