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ESOT Consensus Platform for Organ Transplantation: Setting the Stage for a Rigorous, Regularly Updated Development Process

Published inTransplant international, vol. 35, 10915
First online date2022-10-24
Abstract

The European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT) has created a platform for the development of rigorous and regularly updated evidence based guidelines for clinical practice in the transplantation field. A dedicated Guideline Taskforce, including ESOT-council members, a representative from the Centre for Evidence in Transplantation, editors of the journal Transplant International has developed transparent procedures to guide the development of guidelines, recommendations, and consensus statements. During ESOT's first Consensus Conference in November 2022, leading experts will present in-depth evidence based reviews of nine themes and will propose recommendations aimed at reaching a consensus after public discussion and assessment by an independent jury. All recommendations and consensus statements produced for the nine selected topics will be published including the entire evidence-based consensus-finding process. An extensive literature review of each topic was conducted to provide final evidence and/or expert opinion.

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Keywords
  • Consensus conference
  • Guidelines
  • Methodology
  • Organ transplantation
  • Platform
  • Consensus
  • Humans
  • Organ Transplantation
  • Societies, Medical
Citation (ISO format)
CILLO, Umberto et al. ESOT Consensus Platform for Organ Transplantation: Setting the Stage for a Rigorous, Regularly Updated Development Process. In: Transplant international, 2022, vol. 35, p. 10915. doi: 10.3389/ti.2022.10915
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ISSN of the journal0934-0874
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