The hemoglobin related genetic disorders, namely sickle cell disease (SCD) and thalassemia (TDT), are by far the most frequent monogenetic disorder worldwide affecting several million worldwide, mostly in low and middle income countries. During the last decades, the overall survival has improved significantly predominantly due to education and supportive measures. Nevertheless, despite optimal care the overall survival has not reached average standards.
Curative options such as stem cell transplantation remained reserved for patients with well-matched siblings in developed countries. Only in the last decade significant advancement in molecular science, advancements in drug development, stem cell therapy and gene manipulation technologies started to allow an opportunity for almost all patients with these diseases to improve their quality of life or achieve even cure.
Due to this highly relevant content, the PDWP of the EBMT decided to continue the tradition of the ‘Regensburg Meetings’ and dedicate another scientific meeting exclusively to this area of research, which will gain increasingly importance in the upcoming years.
During three days, all relevant aspects of SCD and TDT will be presented by international experts from all over the world in a live format with in-person attendance availability. Each session will offer the opportunity to interact directly with the expert to discuss the presentation and to ask questions from your clinical practice. Participation is limited to encourage lively interaction and discussion among all participants.
Selim Corbacioglu, PDWP Chair
Josu de la Fuente, PDWP Vice Chair
Katharina Kleinschmidt, PDWP Secretary
Hilda Mekelenkamp, NG Paediatric Committee Chair
EARLY BIRD EXTENDED UNTIL 16 OCTOBER MIDNIGHT (CET)!
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Certificate of Attendance
After the live event, you will receive an email with a short survey to evaluate the course. After the survey is completed, you’ll be able to download the certificate of attendance.
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The Paediatric Disease Working Party Educational Meeting will take place at Parkside Events in Regensburg combined with nurses meeting.
Located on the Danube River, the Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof is an exceptional example of a central-European medieval trading centre, which illustrates an interchange of cultural and architectural influences. A notable number of buildings of outstanding quality testify to its political, religious, and economic significance from the 9th century.
You will need to show a negative COVID-19 test or proof of complete vaccination from more than two weeks previous to the event in order to attend the meeting. Participants will be responsible for covering their COVID-19 testing costs.
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Call for Abstracts
The PDWP22 is planned to be an interactive educational meeting with the participation of all the delegates. We would like to encourage you to share your case studies with us. Find more information below:
- Word or PDF document
- The case can be structured (e.g. Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusions)
- Maximum number of words: 300
- Mention all the authors
Presenters selected are entitled to bring their posters and register to the meeting with the early bird fee.
Confirmations will be available from the 10th of October 2022.
- 30th September: Closing submission
- 10th October: Communication to the submitters
Submit your abstracts before the 30th of September 2022 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that this educational course will be accredited by the EBAH-CME credits system.
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