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You Share We Listen 2023

2024 Alliance Community Survey is Now Open


The Alliance “You Share, We Listen” Annual Community Survey is now open for responses through March 1, 2024. Input obtained through this survey guides the organization’s future initiatives and learning programs for the donation and transplantation community of practice.

“Our community is going through tremendous change in the next few years,” says Karri Hobson-Pape, Executive Director of The Alliance. “It will be critical for The Alliance to receive feedback from our community partners to identify the issues that are most critical to help navigate the transition and continue to increase donation and transplantation.”

As part of last year’s survey, respondents across organizational types (transplant programs, OPOs, hospitals, as well as corporate and community partners) rated the most valuable benefits, offerings and program topics provided by The Alliance.

“The results of this annual survey play a critical role in our strategic planning and the ways in which we serve our community,” says Deanna Fenton, Senior Manager of Educational Program Development and Operations for The Alliance. “Insights from this survey will help us design learning opportunities and pathways based on key topics of importance.”

The survey may be completed through March 8, 2024 by clicking here. Ten respondents will be randomly selected to receive a $5 Starbucks gift card.

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