The COVID-19 Pandemic is an unprecedented disaster of humanity, affected the entire spectrum of human living. All facets of transplantation have been adversely affected, causing precipitous falls in organ donation and transplantation rates and increasing the overall mortality rates of transplant recipients in the year 2020. Despite these challenges, the COVID-19 Pandemic has revealed new opportunities in new models of care and knowledge sharing such as telemedicine, ringfencing at-risk cases, and international communities of practices to share best practices.
Welcome and introduction by the Chairs
The impact of COVID 19 Pandemic on transplantation: What we should know about COVID-19?, Atul Humar, Canada
Live Q&A with Atul Humar, Canada
How to manage transplanted patients against COVID-19 in developing countries? Based on The Asian Registry Report on COVID-19, Terence Kee, Singapore
Live Q&A with Terence Kee, Singapore
Interactive panel discussion with audience participation led by the Chairs