The Ateneo de Davao Academy of Lifelong Learning (ADD-ALL), in collaboration with the AdDU School of Nursing, the Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC), and the Davao Medical School Foundation (DMSF), invites everybody to apply for the Organ Donation Innovative Strategies for Southeast Asia (ODISSeA), an academic postgraduate program for nurses and doctors in Davao City.

ODDISSeA is an Erasmus+ project funded by the European Commission which aims to design and implement a specialized training program on organ donation in 8 universities across Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Thailand.

ODISSeA is envisioned to build adequate knowledge, skills, and attitudes in organ donation to improve the number of well-trained specialists, to coordinate the organ donation process, and to improve the delivery of care to patients with end-organ failure.

The Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU) is among the two participating universities from the Philippines, and is the only one from Mindanao that will be offering this program to formalize education in organ and tissue donation and professionalize transplant coordination in the Philippines. Upon successful completion, graduates will receive an accomplishment diploma validated and accredited by the participating universities.

AdDU is also an accredited Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC) CPD provider, with accreditation no. NRS-2018-325.

The course will run from January to September 2020. For inquiries, please email the ADD-ALL office at lifelonglearning@addu.edu.ph or drop them a line at (082) 221-2411 local 8414.