TLJ2018 - LATE BREAKING ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
LATE-BREAKING ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: FROM 9th JULY UNTIL 23rd JULY
The Abstract Submission platform will open on 9th July.
The Transplantation Learning Journey (TLJ) 2018, held from 6 to 10 November, 2018 will serve as a new platform for speakers and participants to engage in a variety of presentations, dynamic discussions, networking opportunities.
Each specialty in the field of transplantation will have a fully dedicated and focused programme held during the week.
Each participant can decide to modulate its participation following one single educational programme of interest or expanding the portfolio, choosing among all the activities proposed throughout the week.
The Organising Committee of the 3rd ECTTA Meeting, the 27th EDTCO Congress, the 10th ELITA Meeting, and the 3rd ETAHP Meeting are happy to announce a call for late-breaking abstract submissions, for abstracts that highlight novel and substantive studies of high impact.
The goal is to enrich each meeting with outstanding studies that are completed after the general abstract submission deadline and that will enrich the programme and trigger debates on contemporary issues and challenges in their field.
The Late-Breaking abstract submission will be open from 9th July, until 23rd July 2018.
Each abstract submission will be reviewed by the relevant meeting / congress committee.
Do not miss your opportunity to be selected to present your work.
You can find more information about each programme and categories accepted linking to the relevant abstract submission page here below:
>>>> 3rd ECTTA Meeting: An educational programme for cardiologists, pneumologists, cardio-thoracic surgeons, anestesiologists, transplant coordinators, intensivists, transplant researchers, transplant physicians, allied health professionals
>>>> 27th EDTCO Congress: An educational programme for healthcare professionals involved in intensive care and emergency medicine, end of life care, organ and tissue donation and transplant coordination. Patients and patients’ associations, family of patients and society representatives, EU commissioners and political representatives
>>>> 10th ELITA Meeting: An educational programme for liver transplant surgeons and hepatologists, HPB surgeons and general hepatologists, HPB oncologists, specialist nurses in liver transplantation, HPB, hepatology and oncology