Transplant International goes Gold Open Access

The European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT) has announced the transition of Transplant International from Hybrid access to Gold Open Access in partnership with Frontiers. Transplant International is the premier journal publishing the key basic science and clinical developments in organ replacement medicine and will transfer from the publisher Wiley to Frontiers’ Open Science Platform from January 1, 2022....

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July 27, 2021 | General

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Recommendations from Workstream 6 of the ESOT Transplantation Learning Journey (TLJ 2.0) project, concerning the management of the patient with HLA antibodies We are...

July 27, 2021 | Discussion boards | General | Kidney | TLJ

ELITA Position statement and recommendations

2020 position statement and recommendations of the European Liver and Intestine Transplantation Association (ELITA): management of hepatitis B virus-related infection before and after liver...

July 21, 2021 | Liver

Patient-centred activities

Patient Perspective Sessions at ESOT Congress 2021

ESOT Congress 2021 offers a variety of exciting patient-centric sessions that aim to foster cooperation and meaningful discussion, empowering people with transplants. These sessions are...

July 15, 2021 | Congress | Education | General | Patients

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ESOT TLJ - Transplantation Learning Journey

The central concept of TLJ is learning. Learning never stops, and emerging stars, expert professionals and key opinion leaders need to keep learning to stay on top of their discipline. TLJ 2.0 provides this learning value and will produce concrete outcomes for all three of these transplantation professionals

Who we are

ESOT is the umbrella organisation under which transplant activities are structured and streamlined in Europe and worldwide. Several Sections & Committees within ESOT represent expert knowledge on the respective organs and specialty fields. We deliver innovative transplant education in an integrated way, across events, courses, publications and research.

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Sections

Sections are specialized groups within ESOT focusing on a particular organ or a specific aspect of transplantation. ESOT currently counts eight sections:

Committees

A number of key activities of ESOT are supervised by the Four Committees:

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Through education, we inspire, connect and innovate the transplant community globally. Transplant Live offers a variety of online courses, case studies and bibliographical resources in one place. Sign up to learn from the leading experts in transplantation.

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