Eurotransplant is fully connected with the members of its community. The organizational structure is democratic, with a Board, a management team, an Assembly, a Council, eight Advisory Committees and a Working Group.
At every level it is arranged for the national authorities, the national scientific transplant societies and the transplant programs in the centers to have an input in the policy and practice of Eurotransplant.
The Board is responsible for managing the foundation and supervising the day-to-day management. The Board is chaired by the President who is elected by and from the Board members. Futhermore, the Board is constituted as follows:
Eurotransplant has eight Advisory Committees and one Working Group who have an important role in the policy making. Every National Transplant Society is represented in the Advisory Committees. No transplant program can have more than one representative in a committee. The members of the committee are required to actively work in transplant medicine. The Advisory Committees are chaired by a Board member and are appointed by the Board every three years.
The committees have a.o. the following tasks:
The organ specific advisory committees are:
The other committees are:
In the right menu you will find the names of the members of the Board, the eight Advisory Committees and the Information Services Working Group (ISWG).
Every transplant center has the right to delegate up to two natual persons in he Assembly for every transplant program in which it performed transplantations during a year. The Assembly meets al least once a year. The number of votes per program shall be determined on the basis of the number of transplantations performed by that program during the proceeding year.
The duties of the Assembly are:
President of the Board
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