Progress in Transplantation (PIT) is the official journal of NATCO, The Organization for Transplant Professionals. Journal Partners include: Australasian Transplant Coordinators Association, International Consortium of Circulatory Assist Clinicians and Society for Transplant Social Workers. Transplantation is a highly specialized area of medicine in which state-of-the-art technology, research and innovative techniques combine with the perseverance of health care professionals to create an improved quality of life for individuals with serious and complex medical problems. PIT reflects the multi-disciplinary team approach to procurement and clinical aspects of organ and tissue transplantation by providing a professional forum for exchange of the continually changing body of knowledge in transplantation through the publication of original research, case studies, donor management issues, international papers, review articles, clinical practice issues, and policy papers of interest to the various professional disciplines focused on transplantation.
|Rebecca P. Winsett, PhD, RN||Evansville, IN|
|Linda Ohler, MSN, RN, CCTC, FAAN||Washington, D.C., USA|
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.