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Progress in Transplantation

Progress in Transplantation

The Journal for Procurement and Clinical Transplant Professionals

eISSN: 21646708 | ISSN: 15269248 | Current volume: 32 | Current issue: 4 Frequency: Quarterly
Transplantation is a highly specialized area of medicine designed to improve the quality of life for individuals with serious and complex end organ failure. PIT reflects the multi-disciplinary team approach to procurement and clinical aspects of organ and tissue transplantation and provides a professional forum for disseminate knowledge. The journal accepts manuscripts on adult and pediatric organ transplantation from organ donor awareness, organ procurement, to early and long-term recipient outcomes. Manuscripts must meet the submission guidelines.

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Progress in Transplantation is an international peer-reviewed journal that gives voice to the multiple disciplines that are involved in organ and tissue transplantation. The aim of the journal is to disseminate scholarly articles on organ transplantation and follows the ethical standards set forth by the Committee on Publication Ethics. We accept manuscripts on adult and pediatric organ and tissue transplantation from organ donor awareness, organ procurement, to early and long-term recipient outcomes. Manuscripts must meet the submission guidelines.

Editor
Editor Emeritus
Advisory Editorial Board
Haley Hoy, PhD, NP Nashville, TN
Christiane Kugler, PhD Freiburg, Germany
Stacee Lerret, PhD, RN, CPNP-AC/PC, CCTC Milwaukee, WI, USA
Henry Randall, MD St. Louis, MO, USA
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  • Progress in Transplantation, official publication of the NATCO with partners from the Australasian Transplant Co-Ordinators Association, North American Liver Transplant Social Workers, Society for Transplant Social Workers, publishes a broad range of peer-reviewed clinical and procurement articles and profession-oriented material for transplant professionals. The Journal seeks to provide content that is relevant to and reflective of the growing diversity of the professional transplant community.

    The Journal also welcomes letters to the editor, clinical or procurement case studies, clinical practice papers, original research, quality improvement project reports, and special reports on professional, educational, economic, ethical, and medical-legal issues.

    Please submit manuscripts to: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/pit For complete submission instructions, please see the Author Guidelines.

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