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Transplant Professionals: Participate in a Survey on Multidisciplinary Approaches in Transplantation by the Banff Working Group on Antibody-mediated Injury

The Antibody-mediated Injury Working Group of the Banff Foundation on Allograft Pathology invites you to participate in a survey on multidisciplinary transplant meetings.

Take the survey here

The care of transplant recipients is complex, requiring a collaborative and multidisciplinary effort. Despite evidence supporting the benefits of a multidisciplinary approach in transplantation, the proportion of transplant centers holding regular, comprehensive, multidisciplinary transplant conferences is unknown.

To better understand the current practice and perceived value of multidisciplinary perspectives in diagnosing and managing transplant patients at risk for immune-mediated injuries, we are seeking transplant professionals worldwide to respond to a ten-minute survey.

Participation in this research study is voluntary, and responses will be collected and analyzed anonymously. The survey findings will be summarized and submitted for peer-reviewed publication.

The Yale University Institutional Review Board has approved this study.

Please note: If you have already completed this questionnaire, please do not resubmit.

The Antibody-mediated Injury Working Group greatly appreciates your participation.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Dr. Laurine Bow, associate professor of surgery, Yale University School of Medicine at or Dr. Ruth Sapir-Pichhadze, associate professor of medicine, McGill University Department of Medicine at

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