23 Nov - 25 Nov '18

Basic Course in Liver Transplantation 2018

The course is organised as a 2,5 day meeting. The programme includes a mix of state-of-the-art lectures, case discussions and interactive presentations from

Basic Course in Liver Transplantation 2018

Basic Course in Liver Transplantation

Primary Topics:
Liver, Hepatology
Start Date:
Friday, 23rd November, 2018 at 11:00am
End Date:
Sunday, 25th November, 2018 at 2:00pm
Important Dates:
to secure your seat: Early Registration Deadline 03 September 2018

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Country: Austria
Description & Objectives:

The course is organised as a 2,5 day meeting. The programme includes a mix of state-of-the-art lectures, case discussions and interactive presentations from recognised experts in the field of liver transplantation.

The scientific programme frame is responsibility of the Course Chair and a scientific program committee.

The scientific programme committee is formed by members of the ELITA board and is responsible for the scientific programme and the selection of the faculty presentations. The programme development as well innovation in the structure is with the Course Chair and the ELITA Board.

Educational Objectives:

To provide a podium for young clinicians, who are specialising in clinical liver transplantation.
To discuss new and current topics in liver transplantation with established and internationally recognised leaders in the field.

Target Group:

The Course is open for about 30 young surgeons/clinicians (<40 year) who are currently being trained in the field of liver transplantation or who are a junior staff member at one of the liver transplant centres in Europe. If there are available places they can be offered to the surgeons/physicians outside Europe.  

The number of attendees will be limited to enhance active participation and to stimulate communication between attendees and programme faculty.