We are delighted to inform you that the 13th Preparatory Course for the EBSQ Examination in Transplant Surgery is taking place on 13th and 14th October 2022 in Brussels. The course organised by the UEMS Division of Transplant Surgery covers all the topics of the EBSQ Examination in Transplant Surgery: Multi-organ retrieval Kidney transplantation Pancreas
We are delighted to inform our community that registrations are open for the Fifth virtual UEMS/BTC preparatory course for transplant coordinators and colleagues involved in the field of organ donation. For more details browse the flyer or visit the website. Further information on the Transplant Coordination UEMS European Examinations are available here.
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;
This guideline, from a European Society of Organ Transplantation (ESOT) working group, concerns the management of kidney transplant patients with HLA antibodies. The guideline does not include patients undergoing non-renal or multi-organ transplants, and does not consider pediatric recipients in detail.
• “This guide provides practical & technical guidance to ensure quality, safety & ethics in the practice of organ donation & transplantation”
We are pleased to announce our joint session with TAKEDA ‘A Level Playing Field for Transplant Patients‘ taking place at the European Health Forum in Gastein on Tuesday, 27 September 2022 | 17:00-18:30
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
We are glad to announce that we are offering 10 bursaries allowing young transplant professionals in Europe to attend #ESOTTLJ 3.0 for free!
The HORUS project (Horizon Europe funding – health cluster, destination “Tackling diseases”) aims to improve our understanding of the “host-virus” relationship between cytomegalovirus (CMV) and solid organ transplant recipients to discover signatures integrating viral, clinical and immunological characteristics associated with CMV control. The ultimate goal is to decrease the incidence of CMV, better manage difficult-to-treat
The European Project Officer is responsible for the administrative and financial coordination and management of the HORUS (Casting Light on HOst-cytomegaloviRUs interaction in Solid organ transplantation) research project. HORUS is funded by the European Commission (Horizon Europe Programme – health cluster, destination “tackling disease” and is coordinated by the University of Bordeaux (Immunoconcept laboratory; IMMUNOLOGY