26 Apr - 29 Apr '19

5th ELPAT Congress: Developing Dialogue - Pioneering Practice

5th ELPAT Congress
Developing Dialogue - Pioneering Practice
26-29 April, Krakow, Poland
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5th ELPAT Congress: Developing Dialogue - Pioneering Practice

26 April 2019
Slowacki Theatre | Main Auditorium
Slowacki Theatre | Reception Room
17:00 to 19:00
Opening
Chair(s) 
17:00 to 17:10
17:10 to 17:20
17:20 to 17:40
Keynote lecture | Current and emerging challenges in transplantation ethics
17:50 to 19:00
Plenary dialogue 1: International kidney exchange: opportunity or exploitation?
17:50 to 18:10
18:10 to 18:30
18:30 to 19:00
19:00 to 21:00
Networking event
27 April 2019
Auditorium Maximum | Large Hall
Auditorium Maximum | Room 1
Auditorium Maximum | Room 2
Auditorium Maximum | Room 3
Room 4
Auditorium Maximum | Lobby
08:30 to 10:00
Plenary dialogue 2: Is opting out the solution for the organ shortage?
08:30 to 08:50
08:50 to 09:10
09:10 to 10:00
10:00 to 10:30
Coffee break
10:30 to 12:00
Focus session 1: Public views, trust and (mis)understanding of death
Focus session 2: Moral courage and distress in transplantation - ETAHP @ ELPAT joint session
Focus session 3: Getting more out of transplantation: addressing modifiable risk factors - EKITA @ ELPAT joint session
10:30 to 10:45
10:45 to 11:00
11:00 to 12:00
11:00 to 11:15
11:15 to 12:00
12:00 to 13:30
Lunch
12:15 to 13:15
Lunch Symposium - Remote health after transplantation
13:30 to 15:00
Full oral session 1: Developing dialogue on opting out
Full oral session 2: Living organ donation
Full oral session 3: Organ trade and paid donation
13:30 to 13:41
13:41 to 13:52
13:52 to 14:03
14:03 to 14:14
14:14 to 14:25
14:25 to 14:36
14:36 to 14:47
14:47 to 14:58
15:00 to 15:30
Coffee break
15:30 to 17:30
Workshop 1: Lessons learned from implementing an ‘opt-out’ system
Workshop 2: Unspecified (anonymous/non-directed) donation – what is new on the horizon?
Workshop 3: Conflict organs: organ trade in times of forced migration
Workshop 4: The child recipient and donor – life and death balance
15:30 to 16:00
15:30 to 15:50
15:30 to 15:40
15:30 to 15:35
15:35 to 16:05
15:40 to 16:20
15:50 to 16:15
16:00 to 16:30
16:05 to 16:20
16:15 to 16:40
16:20 to 17:20
16:20 to 16:30
16:30 to 16:45
16:40 to 17:30
16:45 to 16:55
16:45 to 16:53
16:53 to 17:01
16:55 to 17:10
17:01 to 17:15
17:10 to 17:25
17:20 to 17:30
17:25 to 17:30
17:30 to 18:45
Full oral session 4: Country perspectives
Brief oral session 1: Patients and professionals perspectives
Late breaking 1 – living donors & recipients
17:30 to 17:41
17:30 to 17:38
17:38 to 17:46
17:41 to 17:52
17:46 to 17:54
17:52 to 18:03
17:54 to 18:02
18:02 to 18:10
18:03 to 18:14
18:10 to 18:18
18:14 to 18:25
18:18 to 18:24
18:24 to 18:32
18:25 to 18:36
18:25 to 18:34
28 April 2019
Auditorium Maximum | Large Hall
Auditorium Maximum | Room 1
Auditorium Maximum | Room 2
Auditorium Maximum | Room 3
Auditorium Maximum | Lobby
08:30 to 10:00
Plenary dialogue 3: Challenges and opportunities in vascularized composite Allotransplantation
08:30 to 08:50
08:50 to 09:10
09:10 to 10:00
10:00 to 10:30
Coffee break
10:30 to 12:00
Focus session 4: Uterus transplantation versus surrogacy?
Focus session 5 | Beyond survival? Determining outcomes that matter
Focus session 6: Informed consent for research and ante-mortem interventions
10:30 to 10:45
10:45 to 11:00
11:00 to 12:00
11:00 to 11:11
11:11 to 11:22
11:22 to 12:00
11:22 to 11:33
11:33 to 12:00
13:30 to 15:00
Full oral session 5: Psychology and behaviour
Full oral session 6: Deceased donation: the role of the family
Full oral session 7: Public issues and communication
13:30 to 13:41
13:41 to 13:52
13:52 to 14:03
14:03 to 14:14
14:14 to 14:25
14:25 to 14:36
14:36 to 14:47
14:47 to 14:58
15:00 to 15:30
Coffee break
15:30 to 17:30
Workshop 5: Psychological and ethical challenges in pre-transplant screening: analysis of case studies
Workshop 6: Should we stop using the term ‘brain death’?
Workshop 7: Public campaigns for organ donation
15:30 to 15:50
15:30 to 15:35
15:35 to 15:50
15:50 to 16:50
15:50 to 16:05
16:05 to 16:30
16:30 to 17:00
16:50 to 17:00
17:00 to 17:15
17:00 to 17:10
17:10 to 17:20
17:15 to 17:30
17:20 to 17:30
17:30 to 18:45
Full oral session 8: Transplants throughout the lifespan
Brief oral session 2: Living donation
Late breaking 2 – Deceased donation
17:30 to 17:41
17:30 to 17:38
17:38 to 17:46
17:41 to 17:52
17:46 to 17:54
17:52 to 18:03
17:54 to 18:02
18:02 to 18:10
18:03 to 18:14
18:10 to 18:18
18:14 to 18:25
18:18 to 18:26
18:25 to 18:36
18:26 to 18:34
29 April 2019
Auditorium Maximum | Large Hall
Auditorium Maximum | Room 1
Auditorium Maximum | Room 2
Auditorium Maximum | Room 3
Auditorium Maximum | Lobby
08:30 to 10:00
Focus session 7: Increased risk donors: between a rock and a hard place? (ELITA @ ELPAT joint session)
Focus session 8: Social deprivation and access to transplantation
Full oral session 9: Psychological adaptation among recipients
08:30 to 08:45
08:30 to 08:41
08:41 to 08:52
08:45 to 09:00
08:52 to 09:03
09:00 to 09:15
09:00 to 09:11
09:11 to 09:22
09:14 to 09:25
09:15 to 09:26
09:22 to 09:33
09:25 to 09:36
09:26 to 09:37
09:33 to 10:00
09:36 to 09:47
09:37 to 10:00
10:00 to 10:30
Coffee break
10:30 to 12:00
Focus session 9: DCD heart transplantation: now a reality?
Focus session 10: Expanding live donation across Europe
Full oral session 10: Euthanasia and legal boundaries of deceased donation
10:30 to 10:45
10:30 to 10:41
10:41 to 10:52
10:45 to 11:00
10:52 to 11:03
11:00 to 11:15
11:00 to 11:11
11:03 to 11:14
11:11 to 12:00
11:14 to 11:25
11:15 to 11:26
11:25 to 11:36
11:26 to 12:00
11:36 to 11:47
12:00 to 13:30
Closing session
Chair(s) 
12:00 to 13:00
Plenary dialogue 4: Living donor organ banking: a worthwhile investment?
12:00 to 12:20
12:20 to 12:40
12:40 to 13:00
13:00 to 13:30
Keynote Lecture | The ethics of organoid transplantation: how should one launch a first in human trial?