Magdalena Trzcinska

Magdalena Trzcińska , M.D., is a practicing, certified clinical psychologist, diplomate in clinical neuropsychology with more than 10 years experience. She received a MA from Warsaw University and a MD from Nicolaus Copernicus University. She works with patients (both children and adults) with neurological conditions, especially those who have cognitive deficits that result from the genetic or other somatic diseases (for example neurofibromatosis), who have developed progressive dementing disorders and who struggle with developmental neurobehavioral disorders. Beginning form the 2000 she is consultant psychologist in the Transplantology and Surgery Department in the University Hospital of Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz (Poland). Dr. Trzcińska is also a certified psychotherapist. She completed her postgraduate diploma in cognitive – behavioural therapy in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Cenrtre in Warsaw in cooperation with the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre. She is a member of the Polish Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies and the Polish Psychological Association.

Magdalena Trzcinska

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Although many years have passed since the first successful kidney transplantation, the method, although no longer considered a medical experiment, is still perceived as controversial and, as such, it triggers many emotions and that's why conscious educational efforts are still needed for kidney transplantation, for many people being the only chance for an active lifestyle and improved quality of life, to win common social acceptance and stop triggering negative connotations. Apart from transplantation controversies piling up over years transplantologists also have to face many other medical difficulties. The chapters selected for this book are of high level of content, and the fact that their authors come from many different countries, and sometimes even cultures, has facilitated a comprehensive and interesting approach to the problem of kidney transplantation. The authors cover a wide spectrum of transplant-related topics.

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