Launch of the European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT) hackathon to improve the well-being and quality of life (QOL) for transplant patients

The European Society for Organ Transplant (ESOT) is delighted to launch the first edition of the ESOT Hackathon to identify and develop tools to serve the transplant patient community. Whether it is an idea, a scenario, a prototype, an app, an interface, a proof of concept or a turnkey solution, ESOT is looking for innovative approaches to improve the well-being and quality of life for transplant patients. The challenge is open to any individual or team that wishes to work together to design, develop and build digital solutions help transplant patients in Europe and beyond. ESOT wants to bring together a diverse group of people to collaborate and have fun whilst helping our patient community. If you are a: computer programmer, software developer, graphic designer, writer, interface designer, patient, doctor, nurse, caregiver, you work in a university, start-up, not-for-profit organisation, or patient association, ESOT invites you to participate in the challenge.

Read more about the ESOT hackathon on the ESOT website dedicated page at this link 

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