The BTS Living Donor Forum & Winter Ethics Symposium will come together in Autumn 2018 for a one day meeting on the theme of Directed Altruistic Living Donation.
For the first time ever the meeting will also incorporate the prestigious Hoffenberg Memorial Lecture, which commemorates Sir Raymond “Bill” Hoffenberg’s manifold contributions to medicine and in particular to clinical transplantation. The programme has been chosen to incorporate discussion and debate around the challenges of Directed Altruistic Living Donation, and will include contributions from clinicians and patients, as well as from non-profit organisations that promote living donation.
The meeting takes place on Thursday 15th November at the Park Inn by Radisson, York, and we anticipate that it will attract approximately 100-120 delegates from across the transplantation community.
The Institute of Transplantation, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne
Building on the success of the inaugural British Urology Transplant Symposium you are warmly invited to the second BUTS conference. Whether a renal transplant surgeon with questions on urological management or a urologist interested in pertinent aspects of transplantation, this symposium will be an excellent educational and networking opportunity.
CPD points confirmed. Symposium evening meal on 29th and full day conference on 30th. Consultants £70 Trainees £50 To register an interest for the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org
6 to 8 March 2019
HIC Harrogate Convention Centre .
The British Transplantation Society and NHSBT Organ Donation & Transplantation have joined forces to run joint congress at theHarrogate Convention Centre from Wednesday 6th to 8th March 2019. The aim of the Congress is to unite clinicians, surgeons, laboratory scientists, nurses, transplant coordinators and all those interested in all aspects of organ transplantation and donation.
We are putting together an exciting and stimulating programme which we hope will appeal to everyone, combining expert clinical updates with the latest in laboratory science. The three day meeting will attract around 700-800 delegates with an interest in all areas of transplantation and donation. The Congress is supported by a strong national and international faculty of speakers.
Registration and call for papers to open in September 2018.
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