Transplantation - December 2021 Issue

JUST RELEASED - TRANSPLANTATION - DECEMBER ISSUE

This issue is full of infection, mostly viruses of course. SARS-CoV-2 vaccines and breakthrough disease, but also Parainfluenza, metapneumovirus, Hepatitis C, Norovirus and the RNA Virome are explored. A Systematic Review examines the way we report infection in clinical trials. Lung transplanters will find a series of useful papers: from trends in outcome, fungal prophylaxis, ex-vivo perfusion and CLAD. Risk factors for GVHD after Liver transplantation are presented and some thoughtful papers examine costs of retrieval. There is much for your holiday reading.

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Women in Donation Event

Women in Transplantation (WIT) programming and events have covered many critical issues over the last decade, including a focus on gender in careers in transplantation.

This will be the first WIT event related to the careers of women specifically involved in donation. Presentations will highlight their career trajectories (e.g., how they became interested in the field, how it fits into their larger view of their work and essential issues that they think are important.)

This virtual event will include an overview of the Women in Transplantation initiative and several short presentations from Women in Donation (personal stories about experiences, challenges, opportunities), followed by open discussion and Q and A.


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TTS-ILTS Paired Transplant Centers Program

The TTS-ILTS Paired Transplant Centers Program is now accepting applications!

The TTS-ILTS Paired Transplant Centers Program is a collaboration between The Transplantation Society (TTS) and the International Liver Transplantation Society (ILTS) supporting new liver transplant programs in emerging economies.

Application Deadline: January 1st, 2022

WHO
An experienced transplant center in the developed world is paired with an emerging transplant center to facilitate vital multidisciplinary training and an exchange of knowledge and expertise.
WHY
The project aims to benefit both centers. The supporting center (SC) is involved in global health, and promotes ethical and competent transplantation in regions of the world with limited or no current access to transplantation. The emerging center (EC), connects with a multidisciplinary team of experts in transplantation from a world-leading center.
STEPS
Progressive steps associated with increasing funding as the partnership between the EC and SC grows.
GOAL
The ultimate goal is for Level 3 centers to graduate and become true local centers of excellence for regional training and support.

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