We are excited to announce the first DICG webinar of 2022. We plan to host a handful of webinars over the course of the next year. Click on the button below to learn more about the webinar.
The DICG hosted a session in WCN2022 entitled: "Improving Access to Transplantation. Declaration of Istanbul (DICG) Special Session." DICG Co-Chair Eric Rondeau chaired the session alongside past DICG Co-Chair Elmi Muller. Sanjay Nagral, DICG Co-Chair was a speaker alongside DICG council members Adibul Rizvi and Khin Thida Thwin. To view the recorded session click below.
We are always happy to share news from our parent organizations. At WCN2022, The ISN launched its Patient Liaison Advisory Group. We look forward to the great work ahead. You can learn more by clicking the link below.
The DICG would like to also remind its members that TTS2022's March 15th abstract deadline is fast approaching. We encourage people to submit abstracts before the deadline expires. We will be announcing other DICG activities at TTS2022 in the near future.
In April, 2021 the DICG launched a course on Organ Trafficking and Transplant Tourism. The course was designed to give a complete overview of the DOI. There are three main modules in the curriculum. History of the DOI, 2018 Edition of the DOI and Ethical Issues Related to the DOI. There is also a series of regional updates. The course is free and open to all participants who want to learn about ethics in transplantation, the DOI and the DICG. We plan to update the course with recordings in 2022.
The newsletter is brought to you on behalf of the executive council of the Declaration of Istanbul Custodian Group which works to protect and promote the principles enunciated in the Declaration of Istanbul(DOI), a landmark document in the history of global transplantation.