Transplant in Ten or Less

Transplant professionals have increasing demands on their time. Finding time in one’s day to attend conferences or to read journals is challenging. Transplant in 10 is intended to provide transplant professionals with short, easily accessible videos on key and updated topics in 10 minutes.

This video series will be a resource for the busy transplant professional who needs to brush up on a key concept or get the latest updates while between patients or in line for coffee – when you have 10 minutes or less to learn.

These short whiteboard talks focus on a broad spectrum of transplant topics presented by experts in the field. Transplant in 10 focuses on easy-to-understand explanations of complex topics, simple visuals and quick access on either your mobile device or computer. 

A new educational video has been added to the series!

All new Tx10 videos can be found here (filtering by "New").

**To view the FREE content:

  1. Click on the teal button labeled ACCESS CONTENT to the right
  2. Click on the Cart at the top of your screen
  3. Click Checkout
  4. Click My Account
  5. Click On Demand
  6. Click View Product
  7. Click the Session Title

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Chronic lung allograft dysfunction:  Where are we now? (2018)

Tags: Thoracic

Vaccination in SOT patients (2018)


Predicting heart rejection:  Will we ever get past biopsies? (2018)

  • Shelley Hall, MD, FACC, FHFSA, FAST, Baylor University Medical Center
Tags: Thoracic

Drug-Drug interactions and immunosuppression (2018)


Post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders (PTLDs) (2018)

Tags: Pediatric

Use of virtual crossmatch in sensitized recipients (2018)

Tags: Kidney

Marginal donors: who should receive these kidneys? (2018)

Tags: Kidney

Frailty (Liver) (2018) iconFrailty (Liver) (2018)

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Frailty (Liver) (2018)

  • Jennifer Lai, MD, MBA, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
Tags: Liver

Improving Adherence Post-Transplantation (2018)

  • Christin Rogers, PharmD, FAST, FCCP, BCPS, Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center

CRISPR Genetics and transplantation (2018)