2016 European Organ Donation Congress
**Late-Breaking abstract submission is closed at the memoment**
Late-breaking abstracts submitted and accepted will become posters.
Important Dates and Deadlines
Abstract submission opened: 15 March 2016
Online registration opens: 15 March 2016
Late-breaking asbtract submission deadline: 26 July 2016
Author notification of acceptance: 31 July 2016
Early registration deadline: 10 August 2016
Standard registration deadline: 23 October 2016
Pre-congress educational workshops: 27 October 2016
**Registrations are now open here**
The UEMS-CETC exam for the Certification of European Transplant Coordinator will be held on the 26th of October. More information about deadlines and a direct link to the UEMS website are available here.
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**Late-breaking abstract submission is closed at the memoment**
All entries for late-breaking abstracts are considered ONLY as poster entries. Please remember to specify "poster" when you submit your abstract.
Late-breaking abstracts accepted will become posters.
Selected late-breaking abstracts will be notified by 6 August, 2016.
The meeting draws on expertise from across the field of organ and tissue donation, procurement, allocation, transplant coordination and transplantation from living donors to provide an inspirational programme, delivered in the innovative style that has become the hallmark of this event.
The event will involve invited lectures and abstract presentation of original research submitted to the meeting. Sessions will be either sequential and parallel. There will be debates and discuss contemporary issues and challenges in the field.
EDTCO serves all those professionals who are directly involved or who have an interest in deceased and living organ and tissue donation and procurement activities. Target groups include transplant coordinators working in all aspects of the field with different roles and responsibilities, such as deceased donation, living donation and recipient clinical coordination, pre and post transplantation, procurement professionals, and related professionals groups.