• library

    Find the evidence in the Transplant Library
    All RCTs in Transplantation, in one place.

  • mobile app

    Keep up-to-date with the Transplant Trial Watch
    A monthly summary of important new studies in Transplantation, on the web and via mobile Apps.

  • meta-analysis

    Evaluating and Improving the Evidence
    Our research includes systematic reviews, clinical trials and methodology.

  • support

    We can help improve your research
    Support for clinical trial design and systematic reviews.

Evaluating and improving the quality of evidence in solid organ transplantation.

The aim of the Sir Peter Morris Centre for Evidence in Transplantation is to provide high quality, evidence-based information on all aspects of solid organ transplantation. In addition to our high quality systematic reviews, we also maintain the Transplant Library of randomised controlled trials, selected systematic reviews and clinical practice guidelines.

This site is aimed at the international transplant community, and through collaboration with the European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT) we are able to provide help in the design and reporting of robust, high quality randomised controlled trials.

Latest News

Nov 02

Sir Peter Morris 1934-2022

It was with great sadness that we learned of the death of Professor Sir Peter Morris last weekend at the age of 88.  Peter was a much loved and respected figure in the international transplant community, with a clinical career that encompassed Australia, the US and the UK, eventually settling as the Nuffield Chair of […]

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Apr 11

Successful 2022 ESOT ACADEMIA course in Rome

After cancellation last year due to the COVID pandemic, we were very pleased to be back in Rome last week for the 2022 ESOT ACADEMIA course.

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Nov 16

Seeking motivated students or fellows to contribute to a qualitative evidence synthesis in organ donation.

We are looking for motivated students or fellows who are interested in contributing to an ongoing qualitative evidence synthesis entitled “What are the experiences of clinical staff approaching families for consent to organ donation?”.

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