Frontiers in Transplantation Clinical Excellence through Innovation – 2022

29th September – 30th September 2022

The Tenth Edition of the King’s course Frontiers in Transplantation: Clinical Excellence through Innovation will run on 29 and 30 April as a virtual event.

As in previous years, the course will focus on the innovative and unique aspects of the clinical science in transplantation that are taking place within King’s. The emphasis this year will be on problems facing a transplant in sensitised individuals with HLA antibodies, mechanisms of AMR, novel strategies to prevent AMR by targeting complement or coagulation systems, mechanisms of immunological tolerance and novel ways to induce it and current and next generation Treg therapies.

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Optimising Kidney Utilisation Virtual Course – King’s College London

Date: 07 October 2022

Application deadline: 25 September 2022

Please note that this virtual course will be running again this year, and that it has been re-designed for transplant surgeons and nephrologists with an interest in deceased donor kidney transplantation.

Decisions on whether to accept or decline a deceased donor kidney transplant offer, and who best to implant an organ into, are challenging and complex. This course aims to provide a framework and evidence-base on how to approach these decisions. The course has been re-designed for 2022 and will now include a dedicated breakout session for nurses. There will also be a focus on emerging issues within kidney utilisation, such as the use of organs from SARS-CoV-2 positive deceased donors.

The course will be hosted by clinicians from Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT): Mr Chris Callaghan (consultant transplant surgeon), Mr Jonathon Olsburgh (consultant transplant surgeon) and Dr Rachel Hilton (consultant nephrologist). They will be joined by consultants and senior nursing colleagues from across the UK, and the US.


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The BTS Spring Newsletter 2022

The British Transplantation Society Spring 2022 Newsletter is here including the latest news, reports and events.



Chapter of Nurses Newsletter Spring 2022

The BTS Summer 2021 Newsletter

The British Transplantation Society Summer 2021 Newsletter is here including the latest news, reports and events.



ESOT Sections & Committees – Call for Nominations 2021



We are delighted to announce that our Sections & Committees have opened a number of opportunities to join the boards:

We encourage you to get involved in your preferred Section/Committee by submitting your nominations and exercising your right to vote!

If you have any doubts about your affiliation or any other inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact Anne Dissing (


Launch of the Organ Donation and Transplantation 2030 Strategy: Meeting the Need

A ten-year vision for organ donation and transplantation in the United Kingdom.

Increasing consent rates for organ donation and making the most of donated organs for transplant are the two key aims set out in a new UK wide organ donation strategy.


The BTS Spring 2021 Newsletter

The British Transplantation Society Spring 2021 Newsletter is here including the latest news, reports and events.