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Lung Transplant Educational Videos

Prior to having a lung transplant, there is a lot to learn and to prepare for.  It can be overwhelming. We hope the suggested resources assist you, your caregivers and family members through your transplant journey. Lung Sask is pleased to provide a 6-part video series that describes the lung transplant process. It was created by a team of health care providers, patients, caregivers and stakeholders. These videos are intended to supplement the information that you receive from your health care team. 

Lung Transplantation - Introduction

A login is required to view the rest of the videos, your lung transplant team will provide you with the username and password. If you have been provided the login information, click on the button below.

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Lung Videos Project Team

Dr. Holly Mansell
Project Lead
Associate Professor, Pharmacy, U of S

Ms. Nicola Rosaasen
Project Co-Lead
Pharmacist, SK Transplant Program

Dr. Mark Fenton
Transplant Repirologist
Royal University Hospital
Ms. Louise Cardinal
Transplant Pharmacist
SK Transplant Program
Dr. Julian Tam
Transplant Respirologist
Royal University Hospital
Mr. Brent “tBone” Blazieko
Audio Engineer
Sound Lounge by tBone
Mr. Raj Padmanabh
Video Director/Editor
Flowing Line Pictures
Ms. Victoria Nhin
Project Animator
VLN Graphics

Breathe Ambassadors, Lung Transplant Recipients and Family Members:

Jenna Brewer
Trent Ebach
Charlene and Don Gill
Brenda and Moe Martin
Donna McDonald
Nicole Nelson
Karen and Will Webb

A special thanks to the Breath Ambassadors and all of the patients, families, and caregivers who courageously shared their transplant journeys and to the health care providers for their invaluable care.

Thank you to the physicians, coordinators and staff at the University of Alberta Lung Transplant Program and Alberta Health Services for their tireless work for lung transplant patients and involvement in this project.

For more information visit:  contact

Funding provided by:

Lung Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation

Supported by:

University of Saskatchewan