A nation where transplant organizations apply a multicultural perspective to their relationships with donor families, transplant patients, healthcareprofessionals, and the general public. We aspire to be a part of a community where people of all cultures embrace organ, eye, and tissue donation as a social responsibility.
Equips AMAT members with the tools to take their careers to the next level. As a member of AMAT, you will have the opportunity to enhance your scope of practice and knowledge of current industry standards, access thought-provoking webinars, and attend yearly conferences. In addition to earning continuing education units (CEUs) through ongoing webinars and sessions held at the annual meeting, AMAT members will also have the unique opportunity to network with veteran multicultural transplantation and organ procurement organization (OPO) professionals who welcome the chance to share their expertise and advice for successfully mapping.
Shared Best Practices
Allow AMAT members to exchange ideas, insights, and guidance on best practices that are effective when reaching multicultural communities with the life-enhancing message of donation and transplantation. AMAT members have access to free webinars that feature industry leaders, clinicians, researchers, transplant recipients, and donor family members. AMAT members also receive exclusive digital communiqués and newsletters that explore emerging and innovative best practices designed to better equip readers with the tools and resources for continued success and professional development.
Offer advocacy, cultural insight, and nuanced approaches to ensure that all ethnically diverse communities are represented in the tapestry of organ, eye, and tissue donation and transplantation in the U.S. Boasting four multicultural workgroups—Asian/Pacific Islander, African American, Latino, and American Indian — AMAT members are uniquely positioned for enhanced cultural competency and cross-pollination of ideas and strategies designed to favorably engage with ethnically diverse communities and stakeholders
Individual Membership – $150
Benefits of AMAT membership:
- Professional Growth including Mentorship Program
- Access to Resources including Exclusive Webinars and Recordings
- Educational Enhancement
- Networking including Nationwide Directory Access
- Knowledge of Current Industry Standards
Organizational Membership – $1,500
- Recognition on the AMAT website as an organizational member
- The satisfaction of supporting multicultural leadership in the transplant community and making a difference nationally with regard to diversity matters facing the transplant industry