ADRP Webinar: Using Donor Hemovigilance to improve Donor Care and Safety

  • Tue, October 17, 2017
  • 2:00 PM (EDT)
  • Online

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Presented by Dr. Barbee Whitaker, PhD, Senior Director of Research, AABB. This presentation was originally presented at the 2017 ADRP Conference in Chicago, IL.

Presentation Description: 

Donor hemovigilance is designed to help blood collectors learn about complications associated with blood donation. Participation in a local or national donor hemovigilance program demonstrates the collector's respect and concern for donors. Blood collectors can benefit from comparing results and sharing experiences other blood collectors to the benefit of donors everywhere. The development of the Donor Hemovigilance program in the US will be described and findings from recent national donor hemovigilance reports will be discussed.
Learning Objective 1
How to define donor hemovigilance
Learning Objective 2
How donor hemovigilance informs us about donor safety
Learning Objective 3
How donor hemovigilance can be used by blood collectors




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