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Read our 2 Year Scientific Progress Report and remarks from our External Advisory Board

The CNTRP is proud to share the Executive Summary of our 2 Year Scientific Progress Report, which highlights some of our major accomplishments since the creation of the network.

This report describes how CNTRP Researchers, Trainees, Collaborators and our Patient Partners are working together to develop new knowledge and inform health care practices to:

  • Increase donor availability and access to transplants

  • Extend the longevity of grafts

  • Improve long-term survival and quality of life of transplant patients across the age spectrum

  • Develop and enhance capacity in the field of donation and transplantation

  • Integrate and coordinate donation and transplantation research nationwide

The full CNTRP Year 2 Progress Report is available upon request and you can download the complete list of CNTRP publications and presentations here.

​The CNTRP is also proud to share the Evaluation and recommendations from External Advisory Board (EAB) on our CNTRP Year 2 progress report. The EAB delivered their comments and recommendations concerning the progress and future of the CNTRP during an in-person meeting in Montreal on September 16-17, 2015.

The main comments summarized in the report focus on

  • Recognizing the strengths and the uniqueness of the CNTRP

  • Improving the CNTRP and strengthening interactions across the program

  • Strengthening interactions with provincial and national partners

  • Measuring the impact of the CNTRP

  • Ensuring sustainability and viability of the CNTRP

We encourage everyone to read and share these reports and to send us your comments and feedback on our progress to date. We are proud of our accomplishments to date but are extremely excited about the research, collaborations and scientific progress that lie ahead.

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