We are thrilled to announce that TransplantToux is embarking on an exciting journey to Athens, Greece, to attend the renowned ESOT Congress. In a unique endeavour, they will be cycling their way to Athens, showcasing their commitment to the field of transplantation and raising awareness for organ donation. TransplantToux is a passionate group of individuals
The ESOT Patient Inclusion Initiative Steering Committee is delighted to announce the Patient Inclusivity Events at the ESOT Congress 2023 in Athens, Greece. These events cover workshops and sessions to help foster the relationship between patient advocates and healthcare professionals.
The framework and case studies demonstrate the common features of successful organ donation and transplantation systems, and highlight transferrable elements that can be applied elsewhere with the aim of improving performance.
The steering group members of the ESOT-ETPO Alliance are delighted to announce three new appointments for activities happening in conjunction with the ESOT Congress 2023 in Athens, Greece. The traditional appointment with the members of the ESOT-ETPO Alliance network is enhanced this year with the possibility for the transplanted community to attend two workshops (both
We would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who joined ESOT at TLJ 3.0 and supported us on our mission to transform the world of transplantation and improve the lives of people living with transplants. We are excited to see the impact of these newly formed consensus reports and hope they assist in guiding the future of transplantation. However, we recognise there is still a long way to go. Our work does not stop here, and we look forward to continuing to strive towards a brighter future for transplantation at many more meetings in the years to come.
This handbook formalises the processes associated with the preparation of ESOT CPGs, including selecting topics for new guidelines, writing and reviewing approval, dissemination, and updating. Moreover, it defines the governance of the process.
The Swiss Transplant Cohort Study (STCS) identified 13 research priorities through focus group interviews with transplant patients. The priorities were assigned to four levels, addressing 1) individual patient level priorities such as medication taking, exercise and physical fitness, or dealing with financial pressure; 2) micro level priorities covering social interactions such as trustful relationships, person-centredness;
Keep up with ESOT – save the dates 🗓 10 August at 21:00 CEST #ESOTchat on Twitter >>> #ESOTTLJ with Irene Bello, Arne Neyrinck, Maria Simonenko and Cristiano Amarelli on Cardiothoracic Topics 🗓 24 August at 21:00 CEST #ESOTchat on Twitter >>> #ESOTTLJ with Lucrezia Furian and Lorna Marson on Kidney Topics
In the last 8 weeks, specialised paediatric liver centres in the UK identified more children with acute liver failure due to hepatitis of an unknown cause than would be expected over a similar period.
Read a statement on the outbreak from ELITA
We announce the release of the Open Letter prepared with the European Donation and Transplant Coordination Organisation (EDTCO) to support the modification of the Swiss transplant law to reform the national organ consent system (votation May 15, 2022), moving from explicit to presumed consent. Read here the full Open Letter to Swisstransplant.