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The purpose of this study is to determine, through in-depth interviews, the motivations, values, preferences, and expectations of VCA candidates and their caregivers.
A prospective multicenter study utilizing standardized instruments for the psychological assessment of hand transplant candidates pre and post-transplant as well as those candidates excluded for transplantation.
The purpose of this study is to determine if the Living Donor Assessment Tool (LDAT) is an effective tool to improve the psychosocial evaluation of potential live kidney and liver donors. The LDAT was developed by the living donation team at the Zweig Family Center for Living Donation at the Mount Sinai Recanati/Miller Transplantation Institute. It assesses important areas of the evaluation process such as motivation (reason) for donation, knowledge of living donation, support, relationship to organ recipient, feelings about donation, stability in life and psychiatric and addiction history and provides a score that can be used to measure the risks and/or the appropriateness of a live organ donor candidate.
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