Provides a comprehensive overview on all aspects of organ transplantation. A number of books has been written on transplantation for clinicians which unfortunately give very little information for transplant coordinators who are the main pillars playing a key role acting as liason among other team members for a successful transplant programme. This book aims to meet all the requirements, providing a comprehensive overview with practical guidance, covering specifics of each aspect of transplant program administration including evaluation, communication and collaboration with patient, family and clinical staff, ethical issues, and government rules and regulations.The content is based on the experience of successful transplant programs conducted by the contributors who are experts in their respective fields. Immense care has been taken to use simple and lucid language to ensure that the chapters are easily read and imbibed not just by the trained coordinators but also the paramedical staff. There are various annexures providing valuable information which will help the transplant coordinators in their day-to-day work.The book will serve as a valuable resource to the transplant coordinators. Besides, it will also be of considerable help to the transplant administrators and related professionals such as health policy researchers and the hospital management staff who are assigned the task of starting a transplant program.