A Multidisciplinary Approach: Innovation in Transplantation
Who should attend the Transplant Symposium?
Physicians, Registered Nurses, Upper Level Nurses, ABTC Certified Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses, Dietitians, Social Workers, Dialysis Technicians and other Healthcare Professionals in the area of Abdominal, Pulmonary and Cardio-thoracic transplantation, including Kidney, Pancreas, Liver, Heart, Lung, LVAD (MCS-mechanical circulatory support).
What will the Transplant Symposium cover?
Education and knowledge is important in providing pre- and post-transplant care that prevents short-term and long-term potential complications; including acute and chronic rejection, drug toxicity (i.e. balancing between sufficient immunosuppression and drug toxicities).
Through attendance, participants will learn about:
- Recognizing the best use of deceased organ donors
- Selecting proper recipients
- Improving organ preservation and surgical techniques
- Refining improved perioperative management by implementing newer preoperative strategies with critical pathways’ breakthroughs in the cardiac patch and implications to heart transplant
- Being knowledgeable regarding future clinical trials in MCS (mechanical circulatory support) and transplantation
Click here to register for the full course - Thursday and Friday.
Click here to register for Thursday (October 19) only.
Click here to register for Friday (October 20) only.
You can also register by calling (713) 222-CARE (2273).