Abstract



All accepted abstracts will be published on Transplantation Proceedings Journal as full manucripts.

 

Important Dates

  • Submission Opening: March 14, 2018
  • Submission Deadline: August 15, 2018

Points to Consider for Abstract Submission and Rules of Submission
The abstracts for the 1st International Transplant Network Congress shall be submitted as oral or poster presentations. The abstracts shall be submitted online on the website www.itn2018.org. Should this be the first time for you to use the online abstract module, then please sign up for the system via the link "New User". Any abstract submitted through e-mail or mail shall be denied. The authors of abstracts shall avoid typos since the abstracts to be submitted online will be printed as they are in case they are accepted.

Submission of Abstracts
The abstracts shall be submitted online only via the Online Abstract System on the official website of the congress.
Any submissions made through fax, email, ground mail or delivered in person shall be denied.
The deadline for abstract submission is 15th August 2018. The abstracts shall indicate the presentation type (oral or poster) and the sub-domain that concerns authors.
The requirements for any abstract to be approved are as follows:
The abstract shall not exceed 400 words.
The abstract title shall be 10 words max. in length, and shall fully capture the content of the study.
The authors shall explicitly indicate his/her first and last name, title, the name of the organization/instution, the city, and the title the study.
Of researchers drawing up an abstract, the one to deliver the presentation shall be indicated.
Any study granted as a part of a project or research shall be indicated, accordingly.
Any abstract that is still ongoing and with no conclusion, and those lacking the requirements (except for case presentations) mentioned above shall NOT be TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION.

The abstracts (except for case presentations) shall cover the following chapters as a standard:

  • Purpose
  • Material and method
  • Findings (digital and/or statistical data)
  • Conclusion(s)
  • Table, chart, photos.



MAIN TOPICS


Organ Donation

New Trends on Donor Detection
Brain Death Determination: Concerns and Concepts
From Donor Management to Organ Management
The Future of Preservation
Communication in ICU
Family Approach
Organ Retrieval Organisation
Logistics in Transplant Coordination
Digital Media
Allocation and Sharing
Paired Donation
Performance Indicators and Criteria
Data Collection and Registry
Quality Indicators, Audit and Assessment
Living Donation
Donor Advocacy Systems
High Risk Donors

Organ Transplantations

Heart
Lung
Liver
Kidney
Small Intestine
Composite Tissues
Pancreas
Immunology and Challenges
New Transplant Technologies
Transplant Nursing
Others

Ethical and Legal Aspects
Financial Aspects
Transplant Management
Challenges in Emerging Countries
Prevention of Organ Trafficking and Trading and Transplant Tourism

* Detailed scientific program will be announced soon.