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ACADEMIA – a new course from ESOT, Vienna May 2018

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 9th January 2018

The European Society in Organ Transplantation and the Centre for Evidence in Transplantation have teamed up to create a new course for future leaders in transplantation.  Replacing the Evidence in Transplantation (EVIT) course and European Transplant Fellows Workshop (ETFW), this new course aims to teach: Academic skills – research, critical appraisal, evidence based medicine, systematic […]

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Evidence in Transplantation (EVIT) Course: 8-9 April 2016

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 6th January 2016

Do you want to increase your skills in evidence-based decision-making? Attend the “Evidence in Transplantation (EVIT) course”, which is held at the Royal College of Surgeons of England on 8-9 April, 2016 and jointly organised by ESOT and the Centre for Evidence in Transplantation. This interactive course covers clinical research methods, including clinical trial design and […]

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Evidence in Transplantation (EVIT) course: why should you attend? Read the answers from one of our previous participants.

By: Liset Pengel | Posted on 2nd February 2015

Dr Luca Toti from the University of Rome and chair of Young Educated Professionals in Transplantation (YEP-IT), has very kindly answered 3 key questions. 1. What did you like best about the course? The high level of interactivity experienced during the working groups confirmed the importance of the “team force”. Sharing ideas and projects with […]

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Learn more about statistics for evidence appraisal during EVIT 2015

By: Liset Pengel | Posted on 23rd October 2014

The programme for the Evidence in Transplantation (EVIT) course has been finalised and now includes the following statistical session: ” An introduction to statistics for evidence appraisal” • Reviewing outcome measures, common measures of association and intervention effects • Interpreting p-values and confidence intervals The workshop will be given by Dr Susan Charman, lecturer in […]

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Deadline approaching for ESOT’s Hepatologist and Nephrologist in a Transplant Program (HNTP) Course

By: Liset Pengel | Posted on 22nd September 2014

The deadline for ESOT’s “Hepatologist and Nephrologist in a Transplant Program (HNTP)” course is September 30. The HNTP course is an advanced ESOT course for physicians with a strong career interest in Transplantation The educational objectives are: To meet the experts on Transplant Medicine To obtain specific knowledge and skills on medical aspects of Liver […]

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Frontiers in Transplantation Course – 1st September 2014

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 23rd June 2014

The next Frontiers in Transplantation course at King’s College will be held on the 1st and 2nd September 2014. The 2-day program includes discussion on recent developments in basic transplantation immunology alongside the latest cutting-edge clinical research. If you are interested in attending, you can register at the King’s College website.

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Evidence in Transplantation (EVIT course): Last few places

By: Liset Pengel | Posted on 13th February 2014

The deadline to register for the Evidence in Transplantation (EVIT) course has been extended and you can now apply for one of the last few places of this highly rated course. EVIT last call The EVIT course is organised in collaboration with ESOT and will run on 21 and 22 March 2014 at the Royal College […]

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Apply now for the Evidence in Transplantation Course 2014!

By: Simon Knight | Posted on 12th December 2013

The deadline is approaching for the 2014 Evidence in Transplantation (EVIT) course, run by the CET and ESOT.  Applications must be in by the 30th January 2014. The course will run on the 21st and 22nd March 2014 at the Royal College of Surgeons, London, UK.   The two-day course  is aimed at professionals from […]

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Sign up to the Hepatologist in a Liver Transplant Program Course

By: Liset Pengel | Posted on 2nd October 2013

This ESOT course provides a podium for young hepatologists, who are specialising in clinical liver transplantation, to discuss new and current topics in the management of complications of acute and chronic liver disease, in the selection of candidates to liver transplantation and in the management of clinical complications and long-term outcomes of liver transplantation. Established and […]

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