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A Reaffirmation of Organ Donation

International Medical Societies representing Transplantation Professionals across the globe support and nurture diversity and inclusion among their members, fostering education, and stand against any form of barriers in access, knowledge, transition and required training around the “Gift of Life”, particularly that related to gender, race, religion and income. We embrace a call of action to…

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Online Symposium at ESOT congress 2021 – Patient inclusion initiative

Online symposium ESOT ETPO 28th August

What do we know about physical activity after solid organ transplantation? What is the patient experience with physical activity? How can one get started and hold on? The symposium will address these questions while providing accessible information and practical advice. Speakers include physical therapists as well as people with transplants who will share their experience…

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Transplant International: Call for reviews addressing hot topics in transplant ethics, donation and policies

Dear Colleague, Transplant International‘s Editorial Taskforce is issuing an Open Call for authors to submit reviews addressing hot topics in the field of transplant ethics, donation and policies. Proposals must focus on a new and upcoming field in donation and transplantation, encourage debate and be thought-provoking. All submissions undergo anonymous peer review and are subject…

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ESOT Congress 2021 value-based care

ESOT recognises the importance of value-based care as an essential part of delivering improved treatment for transplant patients and is committed to working alongside patient representatives to help shape equitable, sustainable, and appropriate learning resources that address the needs of the patient community. Our value-based care domain is led by leading experts in the field…

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ESOT multi-organ registry

On March 5th 2021, ESOT opened a tender for a technical provider that will build the multi-organ registry. ESOT is seeking the support of additional European national authorities and expect to finalise agreement with participating countries by the end of April 2021. In addition, ESOT is establishing contacts with non-European countries and registries. read more…

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