Welcome to the Ethics of Transplantation Course by Emma Massey and David Rodríguez-Arias

Emma Massey and David Rodríguez-Arias created this course, with support from expert contributors Allison Tong, Antonia Cronin, David Shaw, Fabienne Dobbels, Frederike Ambagtsheer, Greg Moorlock, Gurch Randhawa, James Childress, Katrina Bramstedt, Rutger Ploeg, Undine Samuel and Willem Weimar. This course will provide an opportunity to advance your knowledge on the Ethics of transplantation, from developing foundation knowledge to building on advanced skills. The course covers a range of topics, from the foundations of transplantation ethics to new developments; and from promoting living organ donation to conflict of interest.

For this complete course, you should take into account a time investment of approximately 7 hours to view and consider the lectures in the 3 modules. Once you have successfully completed the EACMME self assessment, you will be entitled to 7 CME credits. If you do not wish to collect CME credits, please note that none of the quizzes or surveys are compulsory. You may freely navigate the course in any order at your leisure.

 

Educational objective(s)

This course will provide an opportunity to advance your knowledge on heart transplantation, from developing foundation knowledge to building on advanced skills. We will cover a range of topics, from management of heart failure, decision making with patients lists, surgical techniques to the journey of a patient biopsy. Additional reading to accompany this course and support your learning is also included. We hope you enjoy this engaging course. 

Programme

Module Description Activities CME Credits Duration
Ethics of Transplantation -  General Congress Highlights, E-Book & Publications - - -
Ethics of Transplantation -  Module 1 Lectures by James F. Childress, David Rodríguez-Arias, David Shaw, Undine Samuel and Fabienne Dobbels Quizzes, Discussion and CME self-assessment 3 approximately 3 hours
Ethics of Transplantation -  Module 2 Lectures by Rutger J Ploeg, Allison Tong, Willem Weimar, Frederike Ambagtsheer and Gurch Randhawa Quizzes and CME self-assessment 2 approximately 2 hours
Ethics of Transplantation -  Module 3 Lectures by Greg Moorlock and Katrina Bramstedt Quizzes and CME self-assessment 2 approximately 2 hours

CME Accreditation

This course, made available on www.ESOTTransplantlive.org and organised by ESOT, is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to award seven European CME credits (ECMEC). Each medical specialist should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS). Only those e-learning materials that are displayed on the UEMS-EACCME website have formally been accredited.

 

All authors and the course editor have declared that they have no conflicts of interest in relation to the material in this course. The production of this course was funded entirely by ESOT. No external sponsorship was received. The material used in this course was prepared in 2017.

Ethics of transplantation - General

0 CME CREDITS 

This module will provide an opportunity to advance your knowledge on the ethics of transplantation, from developing foundation knowledge to building on advanced skills. We will cover a range of topics, from new developments in the area and living donor psychosocial assessment and selection; through to managing conflicts of interest and informed consent. We hope you enjoy this engaging course.

To access this course you must be a registered user. Registered users can login directly via the button below and non-registered users can create an account.

Ethics of transplantation - Module 1

3 CME CREDITS 

This module will provide an opportunity to advance your knowledge on the ethics of transplantation, from developing foundation knowledge to building on advanced skills. We will cover a range of topics, from new developments in the area and living donor psychosocial assessment and selection; through to managing conflicts of interest and informed consent. We hope you enjoy this engaging course.

To access this course you must be a registered user. Registered users can login directly via the button below and non-registered users can create an account.

Ethics of transplantation - Module 2

2 CME CREDITS 

This module will provide an opportunity to advance your knowledge on the ethics of transplantation, from developing foundation knowledge to building on advanced skills. We will cover a range of topics, from new developments in the area and living donor psychosocial assessment and selection; through to managing conflicts of interest and informed consent. We hope you enjoy this engaging course.

To access this course you must be a registered user. Registered users can login directly via the button below and non-registered users can create an account.

Ethics of transplantation - Module 3

2 CME CREDITS 

This module will provide an opportunity to advance your knowledge on the ethics of transplantation, from developing foundation knowledge to building on advanced skills. We will cover a range of topics, from new developments in the area and living donor psychosocial assessment and selection; through to managing conflicts of interest and informed consent. We hope you enjoy this engaging course.

To access this course you must be a registered user. Registered users can login directly via the button below and non-registered users can create an account.