22 Apr - 25 Apr '16

4th ELPAT Congress

ELPAT is the movement for the Ethical, Legal, and Psychosocial Aspects of Transplantation.
Experts from all over the world are invited to express their views on

Poster Presentations

Poster Presentations
Programme Referencesort descending Presenting Author Title
PP01 Marie-Chantal Fortin WHAT SHOULD BE PRIORITIZED IN CANADIAN TRANSPLANTATION RESEARCH? RESULTS OF A NATIONAL SURVEY
PP02 Maria Helena Alves WHY BADLY TREAT WHAT YOU CAN WELL PREVENT?
PP03 Ha Truong KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF JUNIOR INTENSIVISTS TOWARD ORGAN DONATION AND ORGAN DONOR MANAGEMENT – SURVEY OF A SINGLE INSTITUTION
PP04 Larissa Pfaller REJECTING ORGAN DONATION – A TYPOLOGY OF RELUCTANCE
PP06 Jutta Weiss DOES THE PERSONAL ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE CONCEPT OF BRAIN DEATH INFLUENCE THE WILLINGNESS OF MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS IN GERMANY EITHER TO DONATE OR TO RECEIVE ORGANS ?
PP08 Magi Sque ‘A LITTLE DOLLOP OF GOOD IN A VERY DARK TIME’: WHAT ORGAN DONATION MEANT TO DONOR FAMILIES
PP09 Anne van Wijngaarden ORGAN DONATION AFTER EUTHANASIA IN THE NETHERLANDS
PP10 Bruno Lima SEEKING TRANSPARENCY ON ALLOCATION OF KIDNEYS FROM DECEASED DONORS
PP11 Kim Crymble COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT THE ROLE OF NURSES IN DECEASED ORGAN DONOR REFERRAL IN JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
PP13 Wendy Walker RECOGNISING THE GIFT OF ORGAN AND TISSUE DONATION: AN EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH
PP15 Marie-Jose Clermont PATIENT AUTONOMY IN THE PROCESS OF ORGAN DONATION AFTER MEDICALLY ASSISTED DEATH
PP16 Mirjam Laging WHAT HAPPENS TO ELDERLY PATIENTS ON THE WAITING LIST FOR A KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION?
PP17 Eline Schiks ANONIMITY IN DECEASED ORGAN DONATION AND TRANSPLANTATION: THE IMPORTANCE OF CONSISTENCY
PP18 Anja Marie Bornø Jensen A PART OF ME? POST-TRANSPLANT EXPERIENCES AND REFLECTIONS AMONG DANISH HEART AND LUNG RECIPIENTS.
PP19 Marleen Van Buren PREGNANCY AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: DO THE MOTHERS SEE THEIR CHILDREN GROW UP?
PP20 Alicia Perez Blanco TESTING THE DEAD DONOR RULE
PP21 Katrina Bramstedt AN ETHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE JOURNEY TOWARD INSURANCE FUNDED VCA
PP24 Prakash Rao TO TEST OR NOT TO TEST: AN ETHICAL CONUNDRUM
PP26 Matthew Dyson LEGAL REGULATION OF TRANSPLANTING SUBOPTIMAL ORGANS
PP27 Ruth Barrio AUTOLOGOUS CORD BLOOD BANKS: HOW TO ANSWER FAMILY REQUESTS WHILE ALSO GUARANTEEING QUALITY AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
PP28 Lada Zibar OPT OUT LAW FOR ORGAN DONORS AFTER BRAIN DEATH TRIGGERED CROATIAN TRANSPLANTATION MIRACLE
PP29 James Rodrigue CONCERN FOR LOST INCOME FOLLOWING DONATION DETERS SOME PATIENTS FROM TALKING TO POTENTIAL LIVING DONORS
PP30 Szu-Han Wang CLINICAL OUTCOMES AND EVALUATION OF DONORS’ QUALITY OF LIFE AFTER LIVING DONORS LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
PP31 Anthony Van Kooij LET’S TALK ABOUT IT; EARLY GROUP-EDUCATION OF FAMILY AND FRIENDS A WAY TO LIVING KIDNEY DONATION?
PP33 Lainie Ross ADDING ANOTHER VOICE TO THE LIVING DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT DISCUSSIONS AT THE CIBA SYMPOSIUM OF 1966
PP34 Szu-Han Wang BILIARY COMPLICATIONS AFTER LIVING DONOR LIVER TRANSPLANTATION: INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS
PP35 Susana Bayardo PSYCHOSOSCIAL PROFILE OF POTENTIAL KIDNEY RECIPIENTS WITH LIVING NON-RELATED DONORS
PP36 Samantha Anthony WHAT DO WE KNOW SO FAR? A SCOPING REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE ON PUBLIC SOLICITATIONS FOR LIVING ORGAN AND HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL DONATIONS
PP37 Carrie Thiessen OPTING OUT: A PILOT STUDY ASSESSING THE REASONS FOR AND THE PSYCHOSOCIAL IMPACT OF WITHDRAWING FROM LIVING KIDNEY DONOR EVALUATION
PP38 Jordi Comas LOSS OF FOLLOW-UP ANALYSIS IN CATALAN LIVING KIDNEY DONOR REGISTRY
PP39 Christina Papachristou ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES OF NEPHROLOGISTS IN GERMANY REGARDING LIVING KIDNEY DONATION – A NATIONAL ONLINE SURVEY
PP40 Jean-Luc Wolff FOUR WAYS TO ETHICALLY TRANSPLANT TWO KIDNEYS FROM A LIVING DONOR.
PP41 Alice Lopes PRE TRANSPLANTATION PSYCHOSOCIAL ASSESSMENT OF DONORS IN A LIVING DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION PROGRAM
PP42 Bruno Lima ARE VOLUNTEER BONE MARROW DONORS A SUITABLE SOURCE FOR RECRUITING ‘GOOD SAMARITAN’ DONORS?
PP43 Marina Ratkovic COMPLICATIONS OF THE KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN COUNTRIES WITH BLACK ORGAN MARKETS
PP44 Daniel Fu-Chang Tsai THE OUTCOMES AND CONTROVERSIES OF TRANSPLANTATION TOURISM: 11-YEAR LESSONS FROM TAIWAN
PP45 Maria Helena Alves TISSUE AND CELL'S TRAFFICKING: A BYPRODUCT OF TRANSPLANT ACTIVITY'S TRASH. THE FUTURE IS NOW. A PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM
PP46 ΑΤΗΙΝΑ KOUFOU ILLEGAL TRANSPLANT AND MEDICAL RESPONSIBILITY UNDER THE LIGHT OF LAW AND ETHICS
PP47 Vanessa Michaud EVALUATION OF THE MEDICAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL OUTCOMES OF A YOUNG ADULT CLINIC FOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: RESULTS FROM INTERVIEWS WITH YOUNG PATIENTS.
PP48 Martina Lundmark HEALTH TRANSITION AFTER LUNG TRANSPLANTATION
PP49 Jule Pinter “IF YOU LOSE IT, IT’S GONE. THIS IS YOUR ONLY CHANCE.” PERSPECTIVES OF ELDERLY KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS ON KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: AN INTERVIEW STUDY
PP50 Mirjam Tielen ATTITUDE PROFILES TO IDENTIFY PATIENT PERSPECTIVES ON THEIR OWN MEDICATION ADHERENCE
PP51 Phillippa Bailey SOCIOECONOMIC DEPRIVATION AND BARRIERS TO LIVE-DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF DECEASED-DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
PP52 Marie-Chantal Fortin PATIENTS' PERSPECTIVES ON CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION
PP53 Emma Massey THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NURSE-LED SELF-MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION FOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS USING INTERVENTION MAPPING: THE ZENN-STUDY
PP54 Villeneuve Claire THE MESI: A NEW QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ADHERENCE EVALUATION IN FRENCH TRANSPLANT PATIENTS
PP56 Daniela Mladenovska FACTORS AFFECTING MEDICATION ADHERENCE AMONG KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
PP58 Mateusz Zatorski PSYCHOSOCIAL EFFECTS OF TRANSPLANTATION IN GROUP OF PATIENTS RECEIVING KIDNEY FROM LIVING DONORS AND GROUP OF PATIENTS RECEIVING KIDNEY FROM DECEASED DONOR
PP59 Mateusz Zatorski THE AFFECTIVE TONE OF NARRATION AND POSTTRAUMATIC GROWTH IN ORGAN TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
PP60 Ian Dittmer ASSESSMENT OF MOTIVATION IN LIVING ORGAN DONORS. A LITERATURE SEARCH AND DISCUSSION.
PP61 Ines Mega ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASE: PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS AND CONTROVERSIES IN LIVER TRANSPLANT CANDIDATES
PP63 Ines Mega BEYOND THE BODY: DIFFICULT PATIENTS IN LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
PP64 Huige Li CURRENT STATUS OF ORGAN PROCUREMENT FROM PRISONERS IN CHINA