Ethics, Community and Economics /
Declaration of Istanbul

Confirmed Speakers

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PART TWO

Workshop Session:

TTS-ELPAT Joint Workshop on Cutting Edge in Transplant Ethics

Should we abandon the term brain death?

Dale Gardiner, United Kingdom

Overcoming the Challenge of Finding a Living Donor

Emma Massey, The Netherlands

Extremes in living organ donation

Frank Dor, United Kingdom

Organ recycling: is this the future?

David Martin Shaw, Switzerland

SOTA Session:

Global Strategies for Facilitating ethical practices in organ Transplantation

Resident Minorities Access to Organ Donation and Transplantation – Middle East

Riadh Fadhil, Qatar

Non-resident access to transplantation and impact on local lists – Europe

Beatriz Dominguez-Gil, Spain

Non-resident access to transplantation (focusing on Venezuelan refugee situation and impact in Colombia)

Alejandro Nino-Murcia, Colombia

Developing Programs in resource constrained areas – Vietnam

Richard Allen, Australia

Combating Paid Donation in India

Vivek Kute, India

Combating Paid Donation in the Philippines

Benita Padilla, Philippines

Transplanting the Undocumented in the USA

Peter G. Stock, United States

Strategies for Increasing Deceased Donation in Iran

Ali Malek-Housseini, Iran

PART THREE

Workshop Session:

Global Ethical Issues

Ethics and the social network in transplantation

Elmi Muller, South Africa

Organ donation after euthanasia

Diethard Monbaliu, Belgium

Ethical issues in xenotransplantation and stem cell trials

Ian Dittmer, New Zealand

Ethical Issues involved with informed consent for living donors

Guia Crisostomo-Tan, Philippines

SOTA Session:

Declaration of Istanbul Issues

Global Organ Trafficking Registry

Patrick “Toby” Coates, Australia

What is wrong with de Global Kidney Exchange Program

Alexander Capron, United States

The MAIN obstacle to increase organ transplantation in my region: Africa

Elmi Muller, South Africa

The MAIN obstacle to increase organ transplantation in my region: Middle East

Refaat Kamel, Egypt

The MAIN obstacle to increase organ transplantation in my region: Latin America

Maria Amalia Matamoros, Costa Rica

The MAIN obstacle to increase organ transplantation in my region: Asia

Sanjay Nagral, India

The MAIN obstacle to increase organ transplantation in my region: Europe

Axel Rahmel, Germany

Final Remarks

Alejandro Nino-Murcia, Colombia