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February 13, 2023 | Ethics, Law and Psychosocial | General | Non-organ specific

ELPAT – The European Platform on Ethical, Legal and Psychosocial Aspects of Organ Transplantation – would like to announce a call for nominations for new members of the following Expert Working Groups:

  • Public Issues Working Group – 1 position available.
  • Living Organ Donation Working Group – 3 positions available. This group encourages applications from nephrologists, transplant coordinators, nurse specialists, psychologists, and ethics/law academics.
  • Psychological Care Working Group – 2 positions available.
  • Paediatric Donation and Transplantation Working Group – 2 positions available.
  • Organ Trade and Trafficking Working Group– 2 positions available. This group is looking for Working Group members who conduct research on the organ trade and/or have (had) experience investigating, prosecuting, or deciding on this activity.
  • Deceased Donation Working Group – 2 positions available. This group is looking for Working Group members with expertise in both the legal and ethical aspects of deceased donation.

All ESOT/ELPAT affiliates are welcome to send nominations for these positions. You may nominate yourself or a colleague.

Successful candidates are expected to actively participate in the activities of the Expert Working Group and to attend ELPAT events (e.g., online and in-person meetings and the ELPAT Congress) and to get involved in other ESOT events that ELPAT may contribute to organising. Please note that ELPAT Expert Working Group members act as volunteers and thus serve without compensation.

ELPAT is strongly committed to principles of diversity and inclusion and promotes balance in geographic and professional representation. Members of traditionally underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.

About ELPAT
Since February 2008, ELPAT has been an official section of the European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT), focusing on ethical, legal, and psychosocial aspects of organ transplantation. ELPAT aims to integrate and structure this field of science by bringing together European professionals. These experts range from (bio)ethicists, philosophers, lawyers and psychologists to clinicians, physicians, sociologists, anthropologists, policy makers and criminologists. For more information about ELPAT and its activities, please visit the ELPAT webpage.

How to apply

If you wish to apply for one of these positions, please send the following materials to Silvia Valls (silvia.valls@esot.orgno later than 26 February 2023.

  • A short CV (2 sides max)
  • A statement on your commitment to the Expert Working Group you wish to apply for and how you plan to contribute to its activities and mission. The statement shall be max. 300 words long.

Membership and affiliation
Please note that all Expert Working Group members must be ESOT members in good standing and with affiliation to ELPAT. Successful candidates who are not ESOT/ELPAT members at the time of application will be required to start or renew their ESOT membership before they start their term as Expert Working Group members.

You can check your current membership status here. If you have any doubts about your affiliation or any other inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact either Silvia Valls (silvia.valls@esot.org).

To learn more about the ESOT membership and its benefits, please click here.

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