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NATCO 43rd Annual Meeting

August 8-11, 2018
Indianapolis, IN

Join us for the 43rd NATCO Annual Meeting. Everyone will be gearing up for a start to finish focus on teamwork: Together Towards Tomorrow...Improving Donation and Transplant Outcomes.

Our goal for this meeting is working together towards improved donation and transplant outcomes through shared ideas and advanced practices. Tracks at the annual meeting include:

  • Transplant
    • Abdominal Transplant
    • Thoracic Transplant
    • Transplant Nutrition
  • Hospital Engagement
  • Procurement
  • Family Services
  • Special Interest
    • Topics that are not limited to a specific audience

The following is a non-comprehensive list of themes for this year's meeting. If you have a best practice, innovative approach or research project in any of these areas, we want to hear about it. Advanced donor management, advanced clinical practices, advanced hospital development strategies, managing difficult situations, streamlining the transplant evaluation, best practices in outreach, case studies since the HOPE act went into practice...etc.

Call for Abstracts/Case Studies/Posters

Present the results of your scientific research, technological advances, and/or innovations in areas such as clinical and transplant practices, hospital engagement, or educational programs. Organizations may submit multiple abstracts and/or case studies. Please submit no more than 2 abstracts per track. This is a great opportunity for you to share your successes and help save more lives!

All submissions will be reviewed by members of the NATCO Program Committee. The primary author of each submission will be notified of acceptance or non-acceptance by the end of March 2018. Evaluation of your abstract will be based on content and compliance with the suggested format. For submission guidelines Click Here  

Please use the following links for submissions:

Abstract -
Case Study -
Poster -  

Submissions must be received by Extended Deadline Janury 29, 2018
Please use your current data when submitting your abstract. This informaiton can be updated in your final presentation.

Have questions? Contact Karen Libs at