Induction therapy plays a key role in kidney transplantation, serving as an important arm in modern immunosuppression regimens. The early days and weeks of transplantation are key to establishing a foundation for long-term graft survival, and induction therapy is pivotal in this phase. With increased access to transplantation and greater use of marginal organs, the heterogeneity of the donor-recipient interaction is constantly growing. This warrants more individualised immunosuppression regimens, which includes choosing the right induction treatment from an ever-growing range of options available to patients.
To address this important topic, ESOT is delighted to announce a new online workshop series. Selected centres in Italy, the United Kingdom, and France will discuss their approach to induction therapy and present clinical cases for discussion with the audience. Through interactive lectures and engaging case study discussions, the online workshops will highlight the importance of induction treatment for the overall success of transplantation and will provide practical guidance on how to approach specific scenarios.
The first online workshop in this series, “Personalised immunosuppression in induction therapy”, will be hosted by the Department of Nephrology and Dialysis Unit, Policlinico of Milan, Italy and will take place on 26 October, 17:00-18:30 CEST.
This workshop is kindly supported by