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A National Survey Comparing Patients’ and Transplant Professionals’ Research Priorities in the Swiss Transplant Cohort Study

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;

What’s up in August?

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

Open letter to Swisstransplant

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.

WEBINAR: What you need to know about vaccinating your kidney transplanted patients against COVID-19

This educational webinar will discuss the efficacy of current COVID-19 vaccine strategies for transplanted patients. The first talk will focus on the experience with heterologous vaccinations and the pro´s and con´s for vector vaccines in transplant patients. The second talk summarises previous studies on second and third booster (homogenous and heterologous) vaccinations – and gives

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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