Cutting Edge of Transplantation 2019
CEoT is born…
No Size Fits All: Uncovering the Potential of Personalized Transplantation
February 21- 23, 2019
What will be discussed at CEoT?
CEoT 2019 will focus on personalizing decision making and individualizing pathways of care throughout the transplant journey.
Currently most transplant care utilizes a “one size fits all” approach. Attempts to individualize care are largely based on empirical data or gestalt. CEoT 2019 will bring together a diverse group of transplant professionals representing the interests and perspectives of clinicians, investigators, the FDA, UNOS, the SRTR, AOPO, and insurers. The overarching goal is to consider evidence-based strategies to introduce algorithms or practices to facilitate personalized care in all aspects of transplant decision making spanning the processes of evaluation for transplantation, preparation for transplantation, decisions about organ acceptance, immunosuppressive management, and post-transplant immune monitoring.
Who should attend?
CEoT 2019’s primary audience is transplant professionals. If you are a physician, surgeon, nurse, administrator, or researcher working in the field of transplantation, then CEoT is a must-attend event for you.
This meeting will be of interest to all subspecialties as well as administrators. Due to the unique conditions involved with thoracic transplantation, CEoT 2019 will offer separate tracts for heart and lung transplant specialists. These specialty tracts offer thoracic transplant specialists an opportunity to frame the core themes of the CEoT 2019 meeting in terms of their specific challenges. This meeting is being offered for up to 16.25 credits/contact hours.