Indiana Blood Center's Immunohematology Reference Lab (IRL) is pleased to announce the Blood Bank Crash Courses for 2014.
To supply continuing blood bank education for medical laboratory scientists, lab supervisors/managers and physicians. The objective is to provide a review of technical blood bank/transfusion service topics. The courses will include theory review, technical review and case studies. The courses offerings are basic and intermediate/advanced.
2014 Routine Blood Bank Crash Courses
Target audience: Generalist staff members, blood center associates, residents and fellows
Lead Trainers: Indiana Blood Center IRL Technical Coordinator, Carol Kelly and Indiana Blood Center
IRL Specialist, Suzanne Davisson
These courses are updated annually and provide a basic review of blood bank testing, transfusion practice and antibody identification (ABID).
Routine Blood Bank Testing Review
Review of General Transfusion Practices
So, Your Antibody Screen is Positive?
Dates: October 20 and October 22
2014 Intermediate/Advanced Blood Bank Crash Courses
Target audience: Dedicated blood bank staff members or supervisors
Lead trainer: Indiana Blood Center IRL Manager, Jayanna Slayten
October 2 and October 7: Massive Transfusion Protocols – What to Give and Why?
: Courses will be held in October 2014 (see specific dates above)
: Indiana Blood Center
3450 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
4th Floor Technical Training Room: Free
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