Keep an eye on upcoming events for 2024 with our events calendar!
ESOT Unveils Progress in Communication and Dissemination at Recent HORUS General Assembly
By championing fairness, diversity and inclusivity principles in science and transplantation, we unlock endless potential and set the stage for groundbreaking discoveries.
At 17:00 CET on 22 January we will be digging deeper into the recent article on Donor-Derived Cell-Free DNA in Kidney Transplant Recipients With Indication Biopsy with authors Louise Benning and Caner Süsal, expert Olivier Thaunat and moderators Mehdi Maanaoui and Maarten Naesens. Register now
The passing of Sir Roy Calne is a significant loss to our community. He inspired generations of transplant professionals with his unwavering dedication, and his legacy will continue to live on in the hearts of those he mentored, his colleagues, and the patients whose lives he transformed.
Wishing you and your loved ones a merry holiday season and a new year filled with peace, health, happiness, and continued success.
ETAHP (The European Transplant Allied Healthcare Professionals) is thrilled to announce a new online course on post-transplant rehabilitation. This course provides transplant professionals with the tools necessary to support patient recovery after transplantation through a team-based approach. The first three modules address the foundations of person-centred care, physical activity and exercise, and psychosocial well-being. The patient perspective is
We are delighted to announce that registrations for the 2024 edition of the HESPERIS Course are now open. Taking place from 4 to 6 April in Valencia, Spain, the HESPERIS Course is a comprehensive course on organ transplantation, ideally suited for physicians, surgeons, and scientists entering the field of transplantation. Participation in this course is limited
ESOT recently sponsored and attended this event, playing a significant role in addressing critical issues and participating in discussions centred around challenges in the field, with a particular focus on emphasising the significance of data sharing.
In September 2023, the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe issued a recommendation to member States on establishing national harmonised organ transplant registries to facilitate international data sharing. In particular, it recommends that the governments of member States promote the development and maintenance of national transplant registries with a view to facilitating harmonisation