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1st TransplantChild Course "A transversal approach on Paediatric Transplantation"

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09th of May 2019 - Salón de Actos - Aula Ortiz Vázquez Hospital Universitario La Paz - Madrid Spain

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The main aim of this course is addressing training for medical professionals in the area of paediatric transplantation (PT) with a cross-cutting approach that allow a multidisciplinary view of most relevant topics in the phases of transplant and the practical knowledge to better clinical practices.  This course provides skills to perform a common and transversal approach to all types of PT procedure. The latest information on the donor graft optimization and engineering, new tools of patient allograft tolerance, and families, patient and healthcare team psychosocial care will enable participants.




 Health professionals involved in organ donation, particularly those working in referral units such as: pediatric gastroenterologists, neonatologists, intensivists, surgeons, emergency physicians, pediatric hematologists and oncologists, pediatric nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pediatric dietitians and nutritionists, home health providers, pediatric case managers, social workers, and all other physician extenders interested in the diagnosis and management of digestive disorders in infants and children.





  • Evaluate in a transversal way the pediatric transplant in all its phases, pre-transplant, transplant and post-transplant.
  • Identify the most relevant issues to favour graft optimization, tolerance, and psychosocial issues 
  • Apply the knowledge acquired through clinical cases of transplant patients
  • Recognize possible gaps in the care of the transplanted patient, and favour tools in medical care that allow better clinical practices.

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Additional Info

  • Start Date: Wednesday, 26 September 2018
  • Finish Date: Wednesday, 28 November 2018
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