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What is eTransplantID Review?
A monthly review of journal literature by topic, with access to available abstracts and full text articles
Timely commentary on current research, best practices, and clinical management issues, provided by an expert panel of Transplant ID Specialists
12 monthly issues and 6 podcasts (audio interviews on related topics)
Delivered directly to your email in-box
Fully accredited - earn your CME/CNE/CPE credits online
Free to registered subscribers, with no fees or prerequisites required

Planned topics include:
Advances in Antifungal Prophylaxis
New Treatment Protocols for PTLD
Antiviral Prophylaxis Versus Pre-emptive Therapy For CMV
Donor-derived Infections in Transplant Recipients
BK Nephropathy: Diagnosis and Treatment
Hepatitis C: Before and After Transplant

Intended Audience:
Infectious disease specialists
Transplant Surgeons
Hematologists
Abdominal Surgeons
Cardiologists
Nurse Practitioners
Hepatologists
Nurse Coordinators
Nephrologists
Nurses
Oncologists
Pharmacists

Program Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
Discuss with colleagues how recently published clinical trial data can be applied to diagnosing infectious diseases presenting in their transplant recipient patients
Describe to colleagues the most effective evidence-based treatments for managing infectious diseases in transplant recipients
Integrate these new data into current ID practice paradigms to improve patient outcomes
   
Who creates each newsletter?
Each month's issue is written by a guest author with expertise in the topic of focus. The program is overseen by expert editorial directors.

How do I earn CME/CNE/CPE credit?
For each issue, participants have the option of earning 1.0 CME, 1 CNE credit(s) or 1 contact hour per newsletter and 0.5 credits per podcast by reading the content, completing the post-test with a passing grade of 70% and completing the evaluation. Certificates are provided, electronically, from The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing or Tufts University School of Medicine for CPE credit. For more information click here.
   













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