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Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of The Korean Society for Transplantation and the Korea Organ Donation Agency, we would like to invite you to Seoul, Korea for the 13th Congress of the International Society for Organ Donation and Procurement.

This scientific and educational Congress promises to offer a cutting edge program related to organ and tissue donation and procurement, which will stimulate lively discussion and debate. We also believe that it will be a milestone in establishing a sound national organ and tissue donation system in many Asian and developing countries.

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Cutting-edge issues on bioethics and legal aspects of transplantation to be discussed
  • Bioethics and Legal Aspects of Donation
  • Deceased and Living Donation
  • Medical and Ethical Aspects of Death
  • Donor derived or transmitted disease
  • Family Care
  • Intensive Care and donation
  • Organ allocation policy
  • Paired donation
  • Tissue donation
  • Risk and safety
  • Quality systems and performance improvement
  • Organ preservation
  • Education for organ donation

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About Seoul

October is the best time of year to visit Korea and we believe that you will experience the best that Korea has to offer. Seoul has been the capital city for more than 500 years with many old palaces and ancient customs, which are balanced with modern technology. You will get to know a dynamic Korea and enjoy your stay while creating lasting memories.

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A stunning new venue!

Conrad Seoul, occupying one of the four towers of the renowned International Finance Centre (IFC), is the new icon in the Yeouido Business District, offering 434 stunning and spacious guest rooms with panoramic views of the Han River and the magnificent city skyline. Ideally located to host large congresses and meetings, the Conrad Seoul offers meeting venues with an advanced technology infrastructure. Conrad Seoul has also acquired a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) GOLD grade in recognition for the cutting edge, environmental technology of its building.

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The mission of the International Society for Organ Donation and Procurement (ISODP) is to foster, promote and develop all aspects of organ and tissue donation and procurement. The ultimate aim is to increase the supply of high quality organs and tissue to match the need.


  • Societal attitudes and legislative requirements
  • Perfecting the process of donation and procurement
  • Ways of expanding the donor pool
  • Measures to minimize donor organ injury
  • The development and facilitation of educational programs
  • Ethical matters related to organ and tissue donation and procurement
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13th Congress of the International Society for Organ Donation and Procurement