TSANZ Vision Statement

TSANZ aims to promote research, best clinical practice and advocacy to improve outcomes and increase access to organ transplantation in Australia and New Zealand. The Society brings together transplantation professionals in medicine and science that share common ideals and principles.

Read the complete TSANZ vision and mission statement.




Media Release - Living kidney transplants to increase under joint Australian and NZ program 

TSANZ supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart

September 2019 OrganMatch update – Communique

OM Previous Communiques | OM FAQs

Click here to read the TSANZ Ethical Statement regarding executed prisoners

Click here to access the TSANZ Clinical Guidelines for organ transplantation from deceased donors and the NHMRC Ethical Guidelines

To view upcoming transplantation related meetings go to http://www.tsanz.com.au/diary/index.asp

Statement on Unproven Stem Cell Interventions for Lung Disease and Annals ATS editorial
To view the statement click here
Click on the following link to view the editorial: http://www.atsjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1513/AnnalsATS.201604-277ED#.V6yNqKL0n21


TSANZ ASM, PGC & Masterclass 2020

ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN.    CLOSE 15th November 2019
Call for Abstracts                Abstract Submission



National Indigenous Kidney Transplantation  

National Indigenous Dialysis and Transplantation Conference

NIDTC Program - Final

Double Tree Alice Springs, 20-22 October 2019

ISN WCN First Nations Kidney Health - A focus on transplantation.

Melbourne Convention Centre – 11th April 2019

Presentations now available online.


Improving access to and outcomes of kidney transplantation for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia – Performance Report


Related Sites

The Transplantation Society
The Organ and Tissue Authority (OTA)
Donate Life
Transplant Australia
Kidney Health Australia