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Jul 12, 2019

Increasing tissue donation in deaths occurring out of hospital

Welcome to the Canadian Blood Services continuing education registration page

Our OnPoint education portal now offers the following course: Increasing Tissue Donation in Deaths Occurring Out of Hospital

To register, click here. Once registered, you will receive a link to the course portal.  

Organs and Tissues
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Jul 12, 2019
Organs and Tissues
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Jul 12, 2019

Canadian Blood Services’ work in transplantation is focused on all aspects of interprovincial organ sharing and ensures that the right patient has access to the right organ wherever they live — across Canada.  This work includes:

Organs and Tissues
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Jul 12, 2019
A community of practice for critical care physicians who support organ donation

Donation Physician Network at Critical Care Canada Forum 2017In 2017, Canadian Blood Services established a national Donation Physician Network. This community of practice builds on successful provincial initiatives developed to support critical care physicians specializing in deceased organ donation. 

Organs and Tissues
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May 29, 2019

Author: Rob Romans 
Publication date: March 2019  

The primary target audience for this educational resource: Medical Laboratory Technologist (MLT) in the hospital laboratory, Prescribers of cryoprecipitates. 

Transfusion
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May 13, 2019

Report

  • EYE AND TISSUE BANKING IN CANADA: A LEADING PRACTICES WORKSHOP (February 2012) PDF

Background documents:

Organs and Tissues
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May 13, 2019

Canadian Blood Services, in collaboration with the Canadian Society of Transplantation, conducted a consensus forum to evaluate current evidence and practice, and to make recommendations on listing and allocation for combined transplant candidates, where they are not currently part of organ-specific allocation models. The purpose of this initiative was to develop eligibility (including listing) criteria and a decision-making model which could be applied to the allocation of organs for combined transplants that is acceptable, useful and adaptable within unique regions across the country.

Organs and Tissues
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May 13, 2019

Journal publication

Organs and Tissues

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