Understanding Quality Control Concepts
In this lecture, you will understand quality control concepts from the history of QC principles to how to become aware of assumptions that underpin traditional approaches to QC.
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: LEVELING THE EBB AND FLOW
In this lecture, Dr. Lynne Uhl will present on Inventory Management, reviewing the state of the US blood supply, situational stresses impacting the blood supply, and tools to enhance inventory management.
BLOOD DONOR SCREENING PROGRESS TO PREVENT TTI IN JAPAN
In this lecture, Masahiro Satake will present on the progress to prevent TTI in blood donor screening with a focus on ID-NAT Implementation and the use of an Anti-HBc and Anti-HBs combination screening system to prevent Occult HBV related to HBV-TTI
ACCESS TO PLASMA-DERIVED MEDICINAL PRODUCTS IN LOW AND MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES
In this lecture, Thierry Burnouf will present on access to plasma-derived medicinal products in low middle income countries through the processing of domestic plasma
Abbott Viral Surveillance
In this lecture, Dr. Mary Rodgers will present on various HIV biomarkers; review the challenges associated with HIV viral diversity; review the global distribution of HIV viral diversity; and learn about the Abbott Viral Surveillance Program and how it supported the discovery of HIV subtype L.
A lecture featuring Dr. Waseem Anani, Medical Officer with Canadian Blood Services. Available in five different languages.
NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE NATURAL HISTORY OF HEPATITIS B VIRUS FROM STUDIES OF INFECTED DONORS
In this 35-minute lecture, Mary Kuhns, PhD, RM(NRCM), M(ASCP)CM, reviews the natural history of Hepatitis B virus and examines the importance of viral genotypes and mutations.
COLD CHAIN COMPLIANCE
In this 50-minute lecture, Neil Beckman, reviews the importance of the cold chain in the transport of blood components.
ENSURING SUSTAINABLE ACCESS TO BLOOD IN LOW MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES (LMIC)
In this 45-minute lecture, Magdy El Ekiaby, MSc, MD, will discuss critical key elements behind building successful programs to promote blood safety and access in developing countries.