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Beth Cameron, CCLS, CT, CVM​

Beth Cameron, CCLS, CT, CVM​

Manager of Family Services Aftercare

Beth Cameron, Manager of Family Aftercare with ARORA, is a Certified Child Life Specialist, a Certified Volunteer Manager, and is Certified in Thanatology: Death, Dying and Bereavement. The Family Aftercare team at ARORA provides care and support to families and coordinates ARORA’s volunteer program.  Beth is a member of AATB’s Donor Family Services Council and is part of the subcommittee devoted to exploring ways to increase communication between tissue donor families and recipients.  Beth is passionate about donation, providing support to grieving families, animal rescue, volunteerism, and pediatric oncology camps.

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  • Contains 11 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This learning module provides participants a comprehensive, 3 CEU credit course dedicated, including 3 ABMDI CEUs, to the concepts of grief and loss. Each session is available on-demand, and participants may complete programs at their own pace. Session topics include Grief 101, Pediatric Loss, Complicated Grief and Trauma, Grief and Donation, and Secondary Trauma and Compassion Fatigue. Upon completion of each session, participants will complete a quiz to earn CEUs. This learning module is designed for donation professionals at any experience and skill level. This is a dynamic educational offering created by Subject Matter Experts from all over the OPO and Tissue Donation community. This course is free to all AATB members.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    What does support to a family look like if tissue is not able to be used? This session will explore the elements of supportive care to a family when a donation results in discard. Consideration will be given to the language, philosophy and ethics in the reporting of test results, handling the request for return of unused gifts of tissue, and the education provided to families.