KeTLOD is a European project financed by the European Commission through its Erasmus + Programme. It collaborates with China in designing the country’s first postgraduate programme on organ donation.  The KeTLOD consortium is led by Univesitat de Barcelona and also comprised of Fundación DTI, Shenzhen XinGeRuiLa Culture Communication, 7 Chinese universities and dinamia, which takes part in the project as the partner responsible for the Quality Control System.

KeTLOD’s objetive is the design and implementation of a postgraduate programme on organ donation in 7 Chinese universities, strenghening the competences of healthcare professionals, enhacing the detection and referral of potential donors and fostering the creation of a knowledge exchange network among European and Chinese universities.

Based on the adapted methodology from the European Commission’s Result-Oriented Monitoring (ROM) manual, dinamia establishes the necessary measures to conduct the monitoring and quality control of the project.  The Quality Control System is designed as a regular control of the project’s performance, and provides quality data to the consortium, its Coordinator and the European Commission Erasmus + Programme.

With a 2-year duration, the first project outcomes led to the first postgraduate training on organ donation, in which 140 students from 7 Chinese universities were issued a diploma qualifying them to practice this specialist area.