An assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on transplantation practice, one year from the start of the pandemic.
In the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a huge and unprecedented impact to people, healthcare professionals and healthcare systems across the globe.
Following insightful discussions and learnings from Workstream 07 at TLJ 2.0 last November, this webinar will investigate the latest developments on how the pandemic has affected the field of organ transplantation. Leading experts will discuss current COVID-19 management, with focuses on patient perspectives, vaccinations, and disruption during the second wave.
- Introduction – Maria Irene Bellini & Francesco Giovinazzo (Italy)
- A year from the pandemic: what the evidence says – Liset Pengel (United Kingdom)
- An overview of the overall donation and transplant activity in the Eurotransplant zone – Serge Vogelaar (The Netherlands)
- COVID-19 in donors and recipients: how will we deal with the new reality? – Ivan Kneževic (Slovenja)
- COVID-19 impact from a patient’s perspective – Colin White (Ireland)
- Vaccination in transplant patients – Dorry Segev (United States)
- Discussion – all
- Conclusion – Maria Irene Bellini (Italy)
This webinar is relevant for all members of the multi-disciplinary team involved in organ transplantation.
ESOT would like to invite our community to this interactive and informative webinar, taking place between 18:00-19:15 CET on Wednesday 24 March 2021.