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27th Mar 2024
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BTPT is a group of UK physician trainees, researchers and fellows passionate about solid organ transplantation across a range of medical specialties. The society was founded in April 2023 and seeks to promote engagement amongst like-minded physician trainees and provide educational, training and academic opportunities to help further their careers.

​This is the first event in our ongoing education series: Transplant on the Acute Take

We have two fantastic speakers who will discuss the management of common presentations in transplant patients presenting to hospital acutely unwell.

Professor Alastair O'Brien (Professor of Experimental Hepatology at University College London and the Royal Free Hospital) will discuss management of patients with liver transplant presenting on the medical take.

Professor Colin Geddes (Consultant Nephrologist and Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and University of Glasgow) will discuss management of patients with kidney transplants presenting on the medical take.

The webinar is open to trainees of all grades and specialties. We hope you can join us as we start our journey into the world of transplant medicine!

Summary

Join the newly formed BTPT for their kickoff event, "Transplant on the Acute Take." In this series, physician trainees, researchers, and fellows will deep dive into the nuances of solid organ transplantation, across a range of medical specialties. This is an excellent opportunity for engagement, education, and career advancement. Don't miss out on this chance to learn from a passionate community dedicated to transplantation.
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Learning objectives

1. To understand the complexities and challenges involved in solid organ transplantation within an acute care setting. 2. To learn about the latest research, advancements, and techniques in the field of solid organ transplantation. 3. To be able to identify and comply with the ethical considerations and legal frameworks central to solid organ transplantation. 4. To enhance knowledge on post-operative care strategies and challenges associated with organ transplant patients in acute care. 5. To develop abilities to participate in productive and up-to-date discussion concerning acute transplant care, in order to improve patient care quality and outcomes.
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