ESOT2019 Congress



Time is running out


The deadline for submitting your abstract for the #ESOT2019 Congress in Copenhagen is 28 February 2019.

This is your opportunity to present and discuss your research with peers from all over the world at the most important European congress for organ transplantation.

New for #ESOT2019 – Video abstract

You can also submit your own video as a video abstract for the congress. Simply record a 3 min video, in any style, that provides an overview of your research. Accepted video abstracts are screened and discussed at the congress using the original video recording, so no additional materials are required.

Six presentation formats

In addition to the brand new video abstract, the ESOT2019 Congress in Copenhagen also features six different
presentation formats. Opt-in for each presentation format when submitting your text abstract.


SOTPA Annual Masterclass Programme


“Transplant Conundrums”

Friday 23rd – Saturday 24th November 2018
Arden Hotel, Coventry Road, Bickenhill,
Solihull, Birmingham, B92 0EH

4th Paediatric Kidney Transplantation Symposium


A Multi-professional Meeting

3rd and 4th December 2018
London, UK

Key Topics

  • Transplantation in small children How to achieve pre-emptive transplantation Combined liver and kidney transplantation Pancreas transplantation in children.
  • How to deal with donor specific antibodies? Intraoperative management – views from an anaesthetist.
  • What to do when things go wrong What is on the horizon in paediatric transplantation Complex case exchange Best abstract prize presentation.
Consultants £90 (£70 before 10th November)
Trainees £70 (£50 before 10th November)
Nurses/Coordinators £20
First 15 nurses free registration

Registration and Call for Papers for the BTS and NHSBT Joint Congress Now Open

Registration & Call for Papers for The BTS and NHSBT joint congress at the Harrogate Convention Centre from Wednesday 6th to Friday 8th March 2019 is now open.

To find out more information go the Annual Congress area using the link below.



British Urology Transplant Symposium


29th-30th November 2018

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



5th ELPAT congress on Ethical, Legal and Psychosocial Aspects of Transplantation


Venue: Krakow, Poland
Date: 26-29 April 2019

The 5th ELPAT congress on Ethical, Legal and Psychosocial Aspects of Transplantation will take place in Krakow, Poland , 26-29 April 2019.

The theme of this congress is ‘Developing Dialogue – Pioneering Practice’. This slogan reflects our aim to promote and facilitate in-depth discussion of the most challenging issues in transplant ethics, psychology and law. Through this platform for discussion we aim to promote and pioneer ethical clinical practice in the field of donation and transplantation. Key topics on the programme will include for example international kidney exchange, lessons learned from opting-out, VCA, and living donor organ banking.

Abstract submission opens: 1st September 2018
Abstract submission deadline: 4th November 2018

For any further information please see the 5th ELPAT congress web site




We would like to inform you about the LATE BREAKING abstract submission for the ELPAT congress in Krakow.

DEADLINE for late breaking: 14th January

Abstracts can be submitted via this link –



BTS Annual Conference 2019

6 to 8 March 2019
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.



BTS Annual Conference 2020