Donor Coordinator Network

A community of practice for donor coordinators who support deceased donation

In 2020, Canadian Blood Services established a national Donor Coordinator Network. This national community of practice aims to support donor coordinators in offering deceased donation as a standard component of end-of-life care by continuing to:

  • Foster community building and national collaboration
  • Strengthen clinical and social support for a small and specialized community of healthcare professionals
  • Provide resources and opportunities to share and learn about emerging cases/issues
  • Support national development and implementation of consistent clinical strategies and approaches

The network offers: 

  • Educational Webinars 
  • E-newsletters 

Are you a donor coordinator interested in joining this network? If so, please contact: 

Recorded webinar presentations

December 16, 2020


Presenter:  Ms. Vanessa Silva e Silva, Lead Researcher, BRIC Study 


Title:  Burnout among Donation Coordinators: Progresses with the BRiC Study and Preliminary Results


Materials: The BRIC study (Burnout and Resilience in Organ and Tissue Donation Coordinators) information and publicatons can be found here



The Donor Coordinator Network is brought together by Canadian Blood Services