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ESOT Organ Transplant Registry

ESOT is dedicated to the pursuit of clinical and research excellence and improving patient outcomes and one of our core missions is to promote the sharing of scientific information and the building of evidence-based international practice, policies and medical guidelines.

To this aim, ESOT, with the support of the European Commission, has decided to strengthen its engagement in the collection of data on organ transplantation, and is launching a multi-organ, pan-European registry on transplant recipients and living donors.

Strong international effort has resulted in the creation of single-organ registries and the establishment of international networks supported by national authorities, the EU commission, patient organisations and the medical community and ESOT will build on this effort to provide a high quality service to the transplant community. In particular, ESOT will follow up on the achievements of the EDITH project, which concluded in December 2020, and has laid the foundations for the establishment of a living donor registry and a kidney recipient registry. In addition, ESOT will also bring together the work of its sections ELITA and EPITA, who have successfully coordinated the European Liver Transplant Registry (ELTR) and worked on the development of a pancreas and islets transplant registry (EPITR).

The ESOT multi-organ registry will be built as a modular, scalable platform able to receive information on different organ transplants: it will be a one-stop solution for European national and local authorities to contribute data and share practice with the whole of the community. The registry will gather information on both transplant recipients and living donors, when applicable and feature a module for collecting information directly from patients (patient reported outcomes).

It is the wish of ESOT to pursue and strengthen the collaboration with existing and future partners, including national and local authorities, transplant centres, patient organisations, and academia. The Governance of the registry will be open and transparent, and ensure representation of all stakeholders. In addition to Europe, ESOT will seek collaboration with non-European transplant registries and authorities and promote global studies on organ transplantation.

Sharing best practice and improving patient outcomes and quality of life are the ultimate goals of the ESOT multi-organ registry. This will be achieved by providing the transplant community with a solid set of data to analyse from different points of view. ESOT will issue annual reports on the collected data, and will publish aggregated data anonymously, openly and transparently, providing the community with conclusions and anonymised, aggregated raw data. The registry will allow individual contributors to compare their own data with the aggregated data, accessible at any time via personalised tableaus, thus serving directly national and local communities.

For more information on the opportunities that are available, please contact:

Devi Mey
Business Development Director
+39 393 164 58 05
devi.mey@esot.org

ESOT Journal - Transplant International

Transplant International is the official journal of ESOT and the European Liver Transplant Association (ELTA) and serves as a forum for the exchange of ground-breaking and innovative scientific information in the field of Organ transplant.

For more information on the opportunities that are available, please contact:

Devi Mey
Business Development Director
+39 393 164 58 05
devi.mey@esot.org

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ESOT Hackathon

ESOT is delighted to invite industry partners to be part of its prestigious Hackathon initiative – a competitive event where participants collaborate to build proofs of concept and viable patient products. The process of the Hackathon is to identify tools for patients, specifically to promote self-management, telemedicine, data transmission to carers and, in general, to improve the well-being and quality of life of transplant patients.

We recognise that industry partners often have a thriving innovation department and promote internal innovation as a priority. As an active partner, you will not only be supporting the initiative but also play a fundamental role in providing strategic input throughout the Hackathon process.

Benefits for industry partners include:

  • Association with a unique event in the world of transplantation
  • Long-term exposure and interaction with applicants, jury members and experts in the various fields
  • Contributing to open innovation (IP experts, venture capitalists, patient pioneers, tech companies)
  • Opportunity for early identification of promising initiatives for transplant patients
  • Branding according to level of support
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ESOT Grants and Awards

As part of the ESOT commitment to advancing education and research in transplantation and to reward excellence, ESOT offers an awards programme handed out during the biennial ESOT Congress, ESOT courses and meetings organised by ESOT Sections and Committees. All award recipients are required to be ESOT members in good standing with up-to-date fee payments.

Through sponsoring various awards and grants, industry partners will be able to make the most out of their presence by generating unique leads to expand their business and create awareness of their brand. Most importantly, by joining forces with ESOT, our partners will contribute to medical education for transplant professionals across all fields.

For more information on the opportunities that are available, please contact:

Devi Mey
Business Development Director
+39 393 164 58 05
devi.mey@esot.org