Liver Meetings and Conferences around the World

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Optimizing the use of increased risk donors - Webinar
Presented by: Dr. Atul Humar, CNTRP Project 5 lead and Director of the UHN Multi-Organ Transplant Program

The CST and the CNTRP developed guidelines to optimize use of organs from increased risk deceased donors. These guidelines have been developed into a Resource Tool Kit, by the Trillium Gift of Life Network, to help all transplant surgeons and transplant physicians develop an approach to use increased risk donor organs and explain the risks and benefits to their patients. These efforts may lead to expanding the donor pool coupled with decreased wait-list times. 

To promote these guidelines and introduce this Tool Kit resource (which includes risk calculations, draft consent forms and patient scripts), the CNTRP is organizing a webinar for transplant Surgeons, Physicians and Coordinators to develop an approach to using increased risk donor organs.

Webinar dates & time: 
Tuesday, March 21 at 1pm PT / 2pm MT / 3pm CT / 4 pm ET - (60 min)                                      
Guidelines: Click here
Register: Contact David Hartell, CNTRP Executive Director at

Ontario Association of Radiology - Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC): Role of the Radiologist

Course directors: Dr. Martin O'Malley and Dr. Korosh Khalili

This course will be of interest to Radiologists, Radiology and Surgical Residents and Fellows, Hepatologists, Hepatobiliary-Pancreatic Surgeons, Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, and Medical Radiation Technologists.

This meeting/live webcast will provide key information on:
  • Incidence of HCC 
  • Screening
  • CT and MR liver protocols
  • Treatments
  • Approaches to challenging liver cases
**Note: The webcast will be broadcast live while the course is taking place on May 6. An archived version of the course will be available to all course/webcast registrants following the meeting**

Date: May 6, 2017
Location for meeting: Conference and Events, 20 Toronto St, 2nd Fl, Toronto, Ontario 
Information & Registration:
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2017 International Meeting on Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease 

Scientific Co-Chairs
Eberhard L. Renner, University of Manitoba
Brent A. Neuschwander-Tetri
, Saint Louis University School of Medicine

In parallel with the obesity/diabetes epidemic, the incidence and prevalence of NAFLD continues to rise in Canada and elsewhere. While NAFLD leads to an increasing health care burden, our understanding and the therapeutic options remain limited. It is therefore imperative that the level of knowledge and understanding of this liver disease be increased. This will require a multi-pronged approach to adequately address it from prevention, diagnosis, management, treatment and research perspectives.

The objectives for the meeting include:

• To review current knowledge on NAFLD from various perspectives
• To determine knowledge gaps to be filled by future research
• To foster informal exchange between leaders in the field and engage young investigators
• To foster research collaboration on NAFLD within Canada, North America and beyond

The 1.5-day education program aims to attract an estimated audience of 100 attendees with the target audience being

• Clinicians (of any background) interested in NAFLD
• Young investigators with an academic interest in NAFLD 
• Scientists interested in NAFLD

Location:      Hotel Fort Garry 
                      222 Broadway 
                      Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0R3, Canada
                      Phone: (204) 942-8251

Dates:           Saturday, September 9, 2017 to Monday Sep 11, 2017 
                       • Day 1: Saturday Welcome Reception (evening)
                       • Day 2: Sunday Scientific Program/Dinner
                       • Day 3: Monday Scientific Program (morning - noon)

Program information: Click here

Registration : Click here

For information on sponsorship or to be an exhibitor at this meeting, please contact Karen Seto at 

* If you would like the CLF to add or revise your meeting or conference information, please contact Karen Seto at or 1-800-563-5483 x4939.