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Annual Symposium Registration is OPEN

Register today for the 23rd Annual ITNS Symposium. View the symposium brochure and full schedule for the symposium agenda of concurrent sessions and events.

Join your transplant colleagues in Houston, TX, USA from 27-29 September to hear from renowned keynote speakers, view poster presentations, earn valuable CE and CEPTC credits, and network with transplant professionals from around the world! This is the premier transplant nursing event where you can learn about the latest developments in the field of transplantation.

Early bird registration and your chance to save $50 ends on 19 August.

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Call for ITNS Award Nominations

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Nominate a colleague for an ITNS award. The deadline for nominations is 8 August 2014.

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As we approach our 23rd Annual ITNS Symposium in Houston, TX, USA, please consider nominating a colleague for the Transplant Nursing Excellence Award or the Friend of Transplant Nursing Award. These prestigious awards are presented each year at the Annual Symposium, to be held 27-29 September 2014.

Learn more about the awards and submit a nomination today!

Support the ITNS Foundation

ITNS_FoundationThe ITNS Foundation- Advancing Transplant Care One Nurse at a Time

Help us make a difference in transplant nursing by directly supporting the valuable research and education of ITNS members who strive to improve patient care in every way. Please consider a gift to the ITNS Foundation and join us as we work to improve transplant patient care.

Funds are used to:

• Support new research initiatives
• Help qualified members attend conferences and workshops
• Produce patient education materials
• Award and recognize outstanding research and performance
• Offer reduced rates in countries with emerging economies
• Build awareness of World Organ Day, Transplant Games, and Transplant Nurses Day

We are proud that every dollar you donate goes toward educational seminars or symposiums, and to members to further their professional development and clinical expertise and directly apply that knowledge to their own patients or research in their own work settings. Help us transform lives for transplant nurses and their thousands of patients.

To make a donation, call the ITNS member services department at +1-847-375-6340 or complete and mail the donation form.

Clinical Practice GuidelinesPocketGuide

Interventions to Common Medication-Adherence Barriers (PDF)

This pocket guide, developed by the International Transplant Nurses Society (ITNS), provides an overview of the interventions used to overcome the different medication-adherence barriers experienced by transplant recipients.

In The News

  • Review the new bylaws.

  • Read an FAQ to help answer questions about the revised bylaws

Order as many copies as you need free of charge. Click here to order. Developed jointly by ITNS and Genentech, a member of the Roche Group.


The Mission of ITNS

The International Transplant Nurses Society is committed to the promotion of excellence in clinical transplant nursing through the provision of educational and professional growth opportunities, interdisciplinary networking, collaborative activities, and nursing research.

The International Transplant Nurses was founded in 1992 as the first professional nursing organization to promote the education and clinical practice excellence of nurses caring for solid organ transplant patients. Today, ITNS is a leading transplant organization with more than 1,900 active members representing 32 countries around the world.

A vital component of countless nursing careers, ITNS provides a forum for learning about the most current advances in transplantation and transplant patient care. Over the years ITNS has provided skilled transplant nurses the opportunity to share and learn with national and international peers and to receive recognition for their knowledge, leadership, and scholarly pursuits. (06/2011)