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State-of-the-Art Session
Current ethical challenges in transplantation

Monday September 12, 2022 | 08:00 to 09:30
Room: C2
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:
- Identify the bioethical implications of the application of Opt-in and Opt-out models and family advance directives.
- Determine the indications for uterus transplantation and risks and benefits for donors and recipients.
- Consider the bioethics implications of the candidates’ right to individual decision-making in relation to vaccines and the repercussions of adherence to the treatment’s indications.


Alejandra Villamil, Argentina
Opt-in and Opt-out models. Role of the family and advance directives

Angi Wall, United States
Ethical challenges with uterine transplantation

Dr. Olivia Kates, United States
Vaccine mandates for transplant providers and candidates: PRO

Marie-Chantal Fortin, Canada
Vaccine mandates for transplant providers and candidates: CON

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