Surveillance report

Author: Sheila O'Brien, RN, PhD
Online publication date: May 2016

We are pleased to provide on a regular basis a Surveillance Report describing infectious disease surveillance that our stakeholders can consult to make evidence-based decisions.

High quality and timely surveillance is key to the safety of the blood supply. This includes monitoring of transmissible disease markers that the blood is tested for (including bacteria), investigation of any reports of possible transfusion transmission, as well as a horizon scan for any new pathogens that may pose a risk now or in the future.

Current Issue - Surveillance report 2015

Past Issues - Surveillance report 201420132012