DONATION AND MANUFACTURING


Explore education topics that present on donation and manufacturing. 

Transfusion Update Conference 2017: Day 1 Donor - Thursday 27 April 2017

Presenter: Dr Jed Gorlin, Co-Director of Transfusion Medicine at Hennepin County Medical Centre and Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota Associate Clinical Professor, Laboratory Medicine and Pediatrics, University of Minnesota, United States of America.


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Transfusion Update Conference 2017: Day 1 Donor - Thursday 27 April 2017

Presenter: Dr Mindy Goldman, Medical Director, Donor and Clinical Services, Canadian Blood Services and Adjunct Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Faculty of  Medicine, University of Ottowa, Canada.


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Transfusion Update Conference 2017: Day 1 Donor - Thursday 27 April 2017

Presenter: Maureen Bower, Donor Services Manager, Victoria/Tasmania, Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Australia.


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5 February 2020 01:30pm - 02:30pm Australia/Sydney

As Australia becomes more ethnically diverse it is important the donor panel reflects this diversity in order to meet the future transfusion needs of the population, particularly important for rare or unusual blood types that may not otherwise be represented in our current donor panel. 

Lifeblood's Donor Research team INROADS project recently completed a study to test donors' responses to being asked about their ethnicity, as the donor questionnaire does not currently seek this information. 

Knowing donors' ethnic ancestries will help Lifeblood to better match donors with patients, as donors with the same ethnic background are more likely to be a close match. 

Presenter:Dr Luke Gahan, Research Fellow, Clinical Services and Research, Australian Red Cross Lifeblood.