15 Nov - 17 Nov '20

ESOT TLJ 2.0

ESOT is building on the strengths of the TLJ 2018 experience (crossfertilization among different topic and field experts) to launch a completely new project, TLJ 2.

ESOT TLJ 2.0

TRANSPLANTATION LEARNING JOURNEY - http://tlj-esot.org/

Primary Topics:
cancer, DCD, Hepatitis C, Infections, transplant
Start Date:
Sunday, 15th November, 2020 at 9:00am
End Date:
Tuesday, 17th November, 2020 at 4:00pm
Country: Czech Republic
Description & Objectives:

ESOT is building on the strengths of the TLJ 2018 experience (crossfertilization among different topic and field experts) to launch a completely new project, TLJ 2.0. The concept underlying TLJ is LEARNING: we must recognize that learning never stops and that emerging stars, expert professionals and opinion leaders all need to keep learning to stay on top of their discipline. TLJ 2.0 aims at providing value and producing concrete outcomes for all three of the above categories of transplantation professionals.

The meeting now has a completely new structure, that extends the event beyond the face-to-face experience by introducing preparatory premeeting work to support consensus workgroups, and pre- and postmeeting interaction and discussion among all participants.

Led by ESOT Sections, the TLJ 2.0 programme targets all audiences by including consensus workgroups, small mentoring sessions and keynote lectures, all connected seamlessly by ESOT usual innovative approach to meetings.

Workgroups will develop a series of consensus papers aimed for publications in Transplant International and further dissemination and interaction will be achieved by interactive materials hosted on Transplant Live, the ESOT e-learning platform.

TLJ 2.0 is a comprehensive experience that will involve participants throughout the year and create a discussion that will continue beyond the meeting.

Target Group:

The target audience for TLJ 2.0 includes all fields involved in health care and research with an affiliation in transplantation. This includes but is not limited to:

Transplant surgeons
Physicians from all fields with an involvement in transplantation
Coordinators, Nurses
Researchers in emerging fields (stem cells, artificial organs, tissue and organ regeneration)
General surgeons and clinicians with an interest in transplantation
Transplant scientists
Nutrition and rehabilitation specialists and coordinators
Transplant pharmacists

 

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