ADRP Introduces New Website to Help Subscribers Utilize Benefits

Mon, December 05, 2016 9:09 AM | Steve Bolton

Enhancing your career just got easier with the introduction of a new website designed to help ADRP subscribers take advantage of the many benefits offered to them, including access to educational resources and additional networking opportunities.

The new ADRP subscriber-based website,, helps ADRP subscribers find benefits offered to them within one centralized online location. The website is optimized for mobile devices and tablets, making it easier to navigate on the go, and intuitively designed for a seamless experience. Subscribers can search for recruitment or collections resources, network with their industry friends via new forums and update their subscription or profile.

“ADRP subscribers are engaged technology users,” said Christine Hayes, ADRP President, “These resources were developed to help the ADRP community easily find and use the benefits available to them and get the most out of their subscription.”

The new website allows users to customize their profile and share it within the subscriber directory. Via the new website, users can also access educational content regarding blood donor recruitment, marketing, collections and other areas of the donor experience.

“ADRP has always been about education and networking,” said Hayes. “Creating a user-optimized experience was a natural next step in providing them quick and convenient access to their ADRP subscriber benefits, especially new ways to connect with others in the industry.”

The new website also offers an optimized subscription renewal process that allows users to update their subscription for 2017 quickly and easily. ADRP offers annual subscriptions for only $85 per year ($65 per year for ABC members), which provides access to all subscriber-only content, free webinars and discounts to the annual ADRP conference.

“Two of our primary goals with this site were to make accessing benefits easier and to provide a personalized experience for our subscribers,” Hayes added. “With the database style website, ADRP subscribers can register for upcoming webinars or conference. We think users will appreciate the additional value the site offers.”

To take advantage of benefits and services offered to ADRP subscribers, or to find out about all the ADRP benefits, visit

ADRP, an International Division of America's Blood Centers, is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.

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