Mises à jour

Dernière modification: 
15 fév 2018

Auteure : Mindy Goldman, MD, FRCPC
Publié en mars 2012 et mis à jour en janvier 2018

Transfusion
Dernière modification: 
15 fév 2018

Vous trouverez ci-dessous une série de courtes vidéos ludiques et informatives qui présentent des recommandations pour la pratique transfusionnelle.

Transfusion
Dernière modification: 
7 fév 2018

Auteures : Dres Chantale Pambrun, FRCPC, et Mindy Goldman, FRCPC
Publié le 28 mars 2017

Transfusion

Activités

Quand
16 mars, 2018 | 8:00 - 17 mars, 2018 | 18:30

Calgary

A unique scientific program that reflects a multidisciplinary approach to transfusion by encompassing laboratory, clinical, and patient perspectives

Click here for more information. 

Transfusion
Quand
11 avril, 2018 | 9:00 - 16:00

Oackville/Webcast

For more information download poster and pamphlet.

Attend this ½ day symposium (repeated twice during the day) to learn about:

  • Anemia in the Bariatric Patient
  • Anemia in the Pediatric Population
  • Anemia and Heavy Menstrual Bleeding (HMB)
  • Rapid Referral Anemia Clinics
Transfusion
Quand
2 juin, 2018 | 8:00 - 7 juin, 2018 | 17:00

Toronto

Check out the CSTM website and the ISBT website  for more information.

Transfusion
Stem Cells

Blogue

opportunity

Dernière modification: 
22 fév 2018

Knowledge dissemination is a vital step needed for research to be translated into new applications and improved processes. Through our Centre for Innovation, Canadian Blood Services conducts and supports research related to transfusion medicine and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. KnowledgeInfusion webinars disseminate our research findings to Canadian Blood Services staff, helping them learn about exciting new discoveries and understand how they can be applied to address the organization’s challenges. The presentations are also recorded and shared on our Professional Education website to reach a broader audience.

blood on the move

Dernière modification: 
15 fév 2018

Since 2011, many excellent projects have come to life through Canadian Blood Services' BloodTechNet program, which also receives support from Grifols. A new resource, titled Blood & Clots, and one of its creators, are the focus of today's post.

Dr. Ramirez on vacation with her family.

Dernière modification: 
7 fév 2018

This week, we catch up with Dr. Sandra Ramirez-Arcos, Canadian Blood Services’ development scientist and head of the microbiology laboratory in Ottawa.

How long have you been with Canadian Blood Services?

I started working at Canadian Blood Services on November 10, 2003, so it will be 15 years in November 2018!