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Workshop Session
TTS-DICG on organ trade, trafficking and transplant tourism: government's and scientific societies' responsibilities

Tuesday September 13, 2022 | 14:30 to 16:00
Room: E
Track: Ethics and Transplantation

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For attending this session, you can claim 1.5 EACCME credits

Learning Objectives

After this session, the attendees should be able to:
1) Identify the states of vulnerability related to gender, race, socio-economic status, etc. in the evaluation of recipients and donors
2) Determine the bioethical principles involved in the difficulties to access transplantation
3) Analyze the regulatory frameworks and the role of governments to achieve self-sufficiency in transplantation
4) Examine the role of governments and scientific societies


Elmi Muller, South Africa
Vulnerability and transplantation practice around the world

Dr. Sanjay Nagral, India
Regulatory framework and access to transplantation

Mr. Efstratios Chatzixiros, Switzerland
Self-sufficient and organ transplantation

Benita Padilla, Philippines
Roundtable panelist from AST (Asia)

Gamal Saadi, Egypt
Roundtable panelist from ASOT (Africa)

Prof. Mehmet Haberal, Turkey
Roundtable panelist from MESOT

Dr. Faisal Shaheen Sr., Saudi Arabia
Roundtable panelist from MESOT

Prof. Kate Wyburn, Australia
Roundtable panelist from TSANZ

Dr. Chlo√ę Ballest√©, Spain
Roundtable panelist from ESOT

Dr. Maria Amalia MD Matamoros, Costa Rica
Roundtable panelist from STALyC

Deepali Kumar, Canada
Roundtable panelist from AST (USA)

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