Industry Colloquium

Join us November 3rd for an inside look at the latest in liver preservation.

Perspectives and Advances in Liver Preservation

Start your learning early by joining us at the Walter E. Convention Center in Washington, DC on November 3. This in-person-only conference will provide state-of-the-art insights on device development, organ assessment, preservation strategies and key issues around the use of preservation devices. In addition, the conference will provide the first technical and clinical framework for several perfusion devices and examine the different strategies for successful perfusion/preservation of donor livers. 

Learning Objectives:  
  • Understand the new technology in liver support for liver failure. 
  • Understands the risks and benefits of cold and warm perfusion. 
  • Understand the technical and clinical perspectives of different perfusion approaches. 
Core Competencies:   
  • Patient Care and Procedural Skills  
  • Provide Patient-centered Care 
  • Values/Ethics for Interprofessional Practice 
  • Medical Knowledge 
  • Work in Interdisciplinary Teams 
  • Roles/Responsibilities 
  • Practice-based Learning and Improvement  
  • Teams and Teamwork 
  • Systems-based Practice 

Per AASLD conference guidelines, continuing education credits will not be provided for this conference. 

Pricing

Include attendance at our Industry Colloquium along with The Liver Meeting registration and save! 

Add-on Rates when included with TLM Registration:
  • Member - $340
  • Member Associate - $165
  • Member Trainee - $165
  • Member Student - $80
  • Nonmember - $500
  • Nonmember Associate - $205
  • Nonmember Trainee - $205
  • Nonmember Student - $100
Stand Alone Pricing
  • Member - $450
  • Member Associate - $220
  • Member Trainee - $220
  • Member Student - $110
  • Nonmember - $670
  • Nonmember Associate - $275
  • Nonmember Trainee - $275
  • Nonmember Student - $135

Program Schedule

Thursday, November 3

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Who Should Attend

  • Hepatologists  
  • Gastroenterologists  
  • Nurses 
  • Nurse Practitioners  
  • Pharmacists 
  • Physician Assistants  
  • Transplant Coordinators 
  • Surgeons  
  • Fellows/Trainees  
  • Administrators 
  • OPO Personnel 
  • Basic scientists