Indian Transplant Newsletter. Vol.20 Issue No.62. March 2021 - June 2021

Synchrony Dialogues - Planned Parenthood Post Transplant


On June 19, 2021, MOHAN Foundation and the Network & Alliance of Transplant Coordinators (NATCO) in association with Transplant Pregnancy Registry International organised a webinar on ‘Planned Parenthood Post Transplant.’ Ms. Lisa A. Coscia, Senior Registry Research Coordinator-Transplant Pregnancy Registry International, Philadelphia (USA) was the speaker. Two kidney transplant recipients, MsKannika Jain and Mr Vasu Sundar, shared their experiences of becoming parents post their transplants.The Transplant Pregnancy Registry International (TPRI) is an international organisationspecialising in studying pregnancy after solid-organ transplantation and aims to be a resource to the transplant community regarding parenthood after transplantation. TPRI is the longest running voluntary pregnancy registry in the world, which has been collecting pregnancy information for over 30 years. They do not have any Indian data, so TPRI approached MOHAN Foundation to help in letting transplant professionals and recipients in India know about TPRI and enroll as many as possible into their study. With additional pregnancy outcomes, TPRI will be able to continue to educate healthcare professionals and recipients enabling them to make informed decisions about parenthood after transplantation.

On June 19, 2021, MOHAN Foundation and the Network & Alliance of Transplant Coordinators (NATCO) in association with Transplant Pregnancy Registry International organised a webinar on ‘Planned Parenthood Post Transplant.’ Ms. Lisa A. Coscia, Senior Registry Research Coordinator-Transplant Pregnancy Registry International, Philadelphia (USA) was the speaker. Two kidney transplant recipients, MsKannika Jain and Mr Vasu Sundar, shared their experiences of becoming parents post their transplants.The Transplant Pregnancy Registry International (TPRI) is an international organisationspecialising in studying pregnancy after solid-organ transplantation and aims to be a resource to the transplant community regarding parenthood after transplantation. TPRI is the longest running voluntary pregnancy registry in the world, which has been collecting pregnancy information for over 30 years. They do not have any Indian data, so TPRI approached MOHAN Foundation to help in letting transplant professionals and recipients in India know about TPRI and enroll as many as possible into their study. With additional pregnancy outcomes, TPRI will be able to continue to educate healthcare professionals and recipients enabling them to make informed decisions about parenthood after transplantation.


How to cite this article:
- Navin S, Shroff S. Synchrony Dialogues - Planned Parenthood Post Transplant. Indian Transplant Newsletter. Vol.20 Issue No.62. March 2021 - June 2021

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