Post Graduate Diploma in Transplant Coordination and Grief Counselling (PGDTC) Course

Course Partner - MOHAN Foundation

Medium of Instruction - English

Join the Post Graduate Diploma in Transplant Coordination and Grief Counselling to facilitate your career growth in Transplant Coordination and as a value-add to your qualification

Admissions open for the one-year PGDTC course

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Next course commences in January 2024

Who is it for?

The PGDTC course is ideal for doctors, nurses, post graduates and graduates in allied health science, social work, psychology, social science, sociology, public health, hospital administration or any subject who wish to have a value-add to their qualification.

How does it help?

This structured training programme helps the health care professionals to learn about organ and tissue donation, retrieval, transplantation and transplant coordination.

Why should you join us?

Unique Course

This is a unique course dedicated to transplant coordination and is the first in South Asia and has been ranked as top 3 courses at British Medical Journal Awards South Asia 2018 - Excellence in Medical Education category

Student Friendly

The course is cost-effective and it includes self-paced learning with immediate access to new updates on organ donation, transplantation and transplant coordination

Expert Faculty

Expert Faculty

Candidates will enjoy the benefits of high-quality video lectures by eminent national and international faculty – medical professionals and experienced transplant coordinators

Post Graduate Diploma in Transplant Coordination and Grief Counselling Course Details

PGDTC facilitates the career growth of Transplant Coordinators and provides a value-add to the qualification of healthcare professionals.

The PGDTC course curriculum covers the following topics



1 Year

Total Hours

480 Hours


Online Modules & Contact Sessions

Course Fee

INR 15000 or USD 225



About MOHAN Foundation

MOHAN Foundation is a registered non-governmental organisation that has been working to promote deceased organ donation in India since 1997. For the past 24 years, it has worked to build a positive image for organ donation among the public, set up SOPs in hospitals and assisted State Governments with donor and transplant registries as well as guidelines and government orders for an ethical deceased organ donation and transplantation programme in the country.

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