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New resource available on Transplant Live: Management of CMV in solid organ transplant recipients

We are pleased to announce that our latest workshop, titled “Managing CMV in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients” is now available on ESOT Transplant Live [when in Transplant Live please go to Courses]. This educational programme aims to enhance the management of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infections among transplant recipients, which can pose a significant challenge post-surgery. The

ESOT Masterclass Now Accepting Applications!

Aimed at young professional working in solid organ transplant, this Masterclass will provide crucial insight into the cutting-edge technologies that are about to revolutionise the transplantation field, including cell-free DNA, new plasma, urinary and immune function biomarkers, gene-expression profiling, as well as recent advances on HLA and non-HLA antibodies.

HESPERIS Course 2024 – IMPORTANT NOTE

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Workshop on effective mentoring 2024

Mentoring can be a powerful tool to develop one’s career, change direction if desired or necessary, and support work-life balance. An effective mentoring relationship facilitates the mentee’s development from both a personal and professional perspective. But what are the qualities of a good mentor? What are some effective mentoring practices that a mentor can adopt

New course on post-transplant rehabilitation on Transplant Live

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