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 Coordination 

Short description 

The WP4 is responsible for assessing and incorporating the contents produced by the technical work packages.Coordinators will work closely with WPs leaders and provide technical inputs in order to produce the final outcomes and assure its coherence and quality.

WP4 is also responsible for the development of the “GTP’s Management Model” that foresees the long term maintenance of EuroGTP II’s outcomes. 

Specific objectives

 

  • To provide information related with the progression of technical work;
  • To lead the follow-up committee made of a representative for each WP leaders;
  • To gather information related with the state of the art of available methods used to collect and evaluate data from patient outcomes, follow-up programs and clinical registries and methodologies for T&C efficacy assessment within European Stakeholders;
  • To promote the review and consultation of Euro-GTP II Guide draft amongst partners, official entities and scientific societies;
  • To generate the GTP’s Management Model based on similar models already existent and partners’ experiences.

 

Expected outcomes

 

  • The Euro-GTP II Guide will be a reference when TE/ORHAs need to plan their activities according methodologies and criteria defined as good practices.
  • GTP’s Management Model will propose a structure for the development of European accreditation and training programmes for TEs and ORHAs, inspired on models already implemented by relevant scientific societies in the field, which have successfully demonstrated that accreditation programmes are viable, and efficient promoting quality and safety standards amongst countries.

 

How the work will be carried out

The Euro-GTP II guide will be produced based on the requirements defined as Good Practices for demonstrating safety and quality through recipient follow-up, incorporating the information produced by WP5, 6, 7 and 8 in four chapters:

  • Generic requirements for demonstrating safety and quality;
  • Good Practices for demonstrating safety and quality through recipient follow-up - Tissues
  • Good Practices for demonstrating safety and quality through recipient follow-up – Hematopoietic stem cells (HSC)
  • Good Practices for demonstrating safety and quality through recipient follow-up – Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART)

The major principles of the GTP’s Management Model will be proposed inspired on models already implemented by relevant scientific societies that have successfully demonstrated that accreditation programmes are viable, have the full support of professionals, and serve the promotion of the standards and accreditation programs among health authorities.

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