5th ELPAT Congress: Developing Dialogue - Pioneering Practice
Dedicated to the ethical, legal, and psychosocial aspects of transplantation and donation
Author notification of acceptance: 21 December 2018
Late breaking abstract submission opens: 2 January 2019
Late breaking abstract submission deadline: 14 January 2019
Late breaking author notification of acceptance: 2 February 2019
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5th ELPAT Congress
Developing Dialogue - Pioneering Practice
26-29 April, Krakow, Poland
ELPAT is a European platform that brings continuity and progress in European research and dialogue on ‘Ethical, Legal and Psychosocial Aspects of organ Transplantation’. The theme of this ELPAT congress is Developing dialogue – Pioneering Practice. We aim to (1) create a multidisciplinary scientific forum for in-depth discussion of issues that are currently challenging the field and (2) through this dialogue to pioneer practices that contribute to improvement in outcomes in transplantation.
Key topics that are currently challenging professionals working in transplantation and donation and will be high on the agenda at this conference include:
> Global kidney exchange
> Implementation and impact of opting out
> Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation
> High risk donors and recipients
> Organ trade and trafficking
> Living donation
> Deceased donation
> Pediatric donation and transplantation
> Ethical and Legal aspects of transplantation
> Psychological care of donors and recipient
Professor James Childress, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA
Professor Annelien Bredenoord, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
Professionals including ethicists, philosophers, physicians, lawyers, criminologists, anthropologists, psychologists, coordinators, nurse practioners and policy-makers involved in the field of organ donation and transplantation