Transplant Archives - British Liver Trust

Edinburgh 6 weekly Pre & Post Liver Transplant Support

This group is for pre and post liver transplant support and is open to patients and family members affected by transplant. The group is co facilitated by the social work team based in the liver transplant unit. The group meets six weekly from 9.30am-1pm in OPD 4, Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, 51 Lttle France Crescent, Edinburgh EH16 4SA.

Amy Caffrey
07824 056686

Forth Valley Liver Support

This group is open to all patients, carers and family members affected by any liver condition. This group runs quarterly in Falkirk. Contact us for more information.

Amy Caffrey
07824 056686

Glasgow Pre & Post Transplant Liver Transplant Support

This group is a pre and post liver transplant support group and open to patients and family members affected by liver transplant. The group meets from 12-2pm in the Liver Unit, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, 84 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0SF.

Amy Caffrey
07824 056686

Renfrewshire Pre & Post Liver Transplant Support

This group is a patient led support group for pre and post liver transplant patients, their carers and family members. Meets quarterly in February, May, August and November from 12-2pm in Paisley Abbey, 575 cotton Street, PA1 1JG.

Amy Caffrey
07824 056686

Addenbrooke’s Liver Transplant Association (ALTA)

LISTEN Support Group

The Group is for all those listed for transplant or post transplant at Kings College Hospital London. Meetings take place from 2pm to 4pm, on the third Monday of every month in the Liver Seminar Room (located in the Institute of Liver Studies, 2nd floor Cheyne Wing, Kings College Hospital). Meetings include a talk on a special topic for 30-45 minutes followed by general discussion and sharing of experiences.
Paul McKie

Liver Transplant Online Support Group UK

Online group offering peer to peer support for anyone pre or post liver transplant.

Northern Ireland Transplant Association

Information and support for Transplantees living in Northern Ireland.
07926 060491

St James’s Liver Transplant Support Group
Janet Atherton
07864 521213

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