WEBINARS


These webinars presented by key transfusion professionals are designed to highlight the latest in transfusion knowledge and practice.

There is the option to register for the scheduled live webinar or watch the recording in the Catalogue at your own convenience.

You will need to create an account or sign in to your existing free Transfusion Online Learning account to access the webinars.

Continuing professional development (CPD) points are available for all completed sessions.


23 November 2021 1.30 pm AEST

Self enrolment

9 December 2021 1.30 pm AEST

Aim

To support nurses, midwives and clinicians knowledge development in the safe administration and care of blood and blood products.

Audience

Nurses and midwives: enrolled and undergraduate, graduate nurses, advanced and expert clinicians.

This series of webinars addresses some of your blood related questions, answered by Lifeblood's nurses, scientists and clinical experts.

This webinar series supports nurses working in the clinical area and is aimed at those who already have a safe basic level of knowledge and practice but want to know and understand more. 

The Blood Book covers the black and white 'rules' of transfusion practice. This series explores the shades of grey, the subtleties of clinical practice. 

It explains the rationale behind some transfusion practices, why some rules should never be broken and details some of the decision making you can consider to use to determine the right care for your patient at that moment.  

12 October 2021 1.30 pm AEST

Aim

To support nurses, midwives and clinicians knowledge development in the safe administration and care of blood and blood products.

Audience

Nurses and midwives: enrolled and undergraduate, graduate nurses, advanced and expert clinicians.

This series of webinars addresses some of your blood related questions, answered by Lifeblood's nurses, scientists and clinical experts.

This webinar series supports nurses working in the clinical area and is aimed at those who already have a safe basic level of knowledge and practice but want to know and understand more. 

The Blood Book covers the black and white 'rules' of transfusion practice. This series explores the shades of grey, the subtleties of clinical practice. 

It explains the rationale behind some transfusion practices, why some rules should never be broken and details some of the decision making you can consider to use to determine the right care for your patient at that moment.  

6 September 2021 12.30 pm - 2.00 pm AEST

Antibody titration is a vital test in ABO incompatible renal transplantation. This webinar will cover the laboratory perspective in challenges in performing antibody titration for ABO incompatible renal transplantation as well as the clinical perspectives in using titre results to support renal transplantation.

Self enrolment
25 August 2021 2.00 pm - 2.30 pm AEST


Aim

NSQHS Blood Management Standard states that patient information regarding blood transfusion must be meaningful and easy to understand. Whilst resources are available for many cultural groups, there few available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who require blood transfusions. Join us to explore how Rebecca McLean and a group of Transfusion Nurses in Western Australia created a tailored patient information brochure for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples called "Yarning about Blood”.

Self enrolment

18 August 2021 12.30 pm - 2.00 pm AEST

Aim

Taking you behind some of the fascinating work our Lifeblood researchers are involved with: ensuring we keep our donors healthy, what's cool about platelet storage, and understanding the ever expanding world of blood groups.

Self enrolment

10 August 2021 1.30 pm AEST

Aim

To support nurses, midwives and clinicians knowledge development in the safe administration and care of blood and blood products.

Audience

Nurses and midwives: enrolled and undergraduate, graduate nurses, advanced and expert clinicians.

This series of webinars addresses some of your blood related questions, answered by Lifeblood's nurses, scientists and clinical experts.

This webinar series supports nurses working in the clinical area and is aimed at those who already have a safe basic level of knowledge and practice but want to know and understand more. 

The Blood Book covers the black and white 'rules' of transfusion practice. This series explores the shades of grey, the subtleties of clinical practice. 

It explains the rationale behind some transfusion practices, why some rules should never be broken and details some of the decision making you can consider to use to determine the right care for your patient at that moment.  

8 June 2021 1.30 pm AEST

Aim

To support nurses, midwives and clinicians knowledge development in the safe administration and care of blood and blood products.

Audience

Nurses and midwives: enrolled and undergraduate, graduate nurses, advanced and expert clinicians.

This series of webinars addresses some of your blood related questions, answered by Lifeblood's nurses, scientists and clinical experts.

This webinar series supports nurses working in the clinical area and is aimed at those who already have a safe basic level of knowledge and practice but want to know and understand more. 

The Blood Book covers the black and white 'rules' of transfusion practice. This series explores the shades of grey, the subtleties of clinical practice. 

It explains the rationale behind some transfusion practices, why some rules should never be broken and details some of the decision making you can consider to use to determine the right care for your patient at that moment.  

27 May 2021 12.30 pm - 2.00 pm AEST

Aim

In this webinar our invited experts will explore challenging and controversial areas of assessment and management of iron deficiency.

20 April 2021 1.30 pm AEST

Aim

To support nurses, midwives and clinicians knowledge development in the safe administration and care of blood and blood products.

Audience

Nurses and midwives: enrolled and undergraduate, graduate nurses, advanced and expert clinicians.

This series of webinars addresses some of your blood related questions, answered by Lifeblood's nurses, scientists and clinical experts.

This webinar series supports nurses working in the clinical area and is aimed at those who already have a safe basic level of knowledge and practice but want to know and understand more. 

The Blood Book covers the black and white 'rules' of transfusion practice. This series explores the shades of grey, the subtleties of clinical practice. 

It explains the rationale behind some transfusion practices, why some rules should never be broken and details some of the decision making you can consider to use to determine the right care for your patient at that moment.  

23 February 2021 1.30 pm AEST

Aim

To support nurses, midwives and clinicians knowledge development in the safe administration and care of blood and blood products.

Audience

Nurses and midwives: enrolled and undergraduate, graduate nurses, advanced and expert clinicians.

This series of webinars addresses some of your blood related questions, answered by Lifeblood's nurses, scientists and clinical experts.

This webinar series supports nurses working in the clinical area and is aimed at those who already have a safe basic level of knowledge and practice but want to know and understand more. 

The Blood Book covers the black and white 'rules' of transfusion practice. This series explores the shades of grey, the subtleties of clinical practice. 

It explains the rationale behind some transfusion practices, why some rules should never be broken and details some of the decision making you can consider to use to determine the right care for your patient at that moment.