Followup

All families should be given the opportunity to receive written follow-up information on the outcome of the donation, and this is frequently provided by the transplant co-ordinator. It should be made clear beforehand that both donor and recipient anonymity will be maintained and that no personal details will be released. Even if the family does not wish to be given recipient information, it is considered good practice to send a letter offering condolences and acknowledging their thoughtfulness in agreeing to donation. This also establishes a point of contact if they should wish to make enquiries at a later date.

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