In accordance with the Istanbul Declaration, the Middle East Society of Organ Transplantation (MESOT) decided to establish a transplant registry as a requirement for transparency. Based on the success of other registries around the world the task seemed to be simple. The initial target was just to have a yearly number and a cumulative one. despite many attempts, the registry which is vital for the promotion of deceased programs has not been sacksful due to many obstacles which will be highlighted.
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Presentation: Transparency the key to success, Marti Manyalich, Spain
Live Q&A with Marti Manyalich, Spain
Presentation: Registry obstacles and solutions, Marwan Masri, Lebanon
Live Q&A with Marwan Masri, Lebanon
Masterclass closing remarks