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What might patient care look like in 2020? Long-term patient care after transplantation is sure to undergo a great many changes in the coming years, and the structure of healthcare must continue to evolve to meet patients’ needs. In the third of our #ESOT2017 plenary sessions on Tuesday 26th September at 2.00 pm, Marina Berenguer and Antonio Roman chair a series of talks discussing the novel structures and business models that may emerge in the near future to ensure optimal patient care and advancement of transplantation:


Wei-Ping Andrew Lee
Baltimore, USA

Prospects and pushbacks in hand, face, uterus, abdominal wall, penile transplant and others

Lianne Singer
Toronto, Canada

Beyond survival: quality of life after transplantation


Magali Giral
Nantes, France

New tech for new patients: digital communication and self-monitoring

Marcel Levi
London, UK
New models for patient care: wish for what you care for


You can find out more information about this session in the advanced programme – now available for download.




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