Until May 8, 2023, there is an open call for nominations for Canadian Blood Services Lifetime Achievement Award 2023. Recipients of the Canadian Blood Services Lifetime Achievement Awards are individuals whose landmark contributions are recognized as both extraordinary and world class in the field of transfusion and transplantation medicine. The award will be presented at a national event later this year (timing to be determined).
To be nominated for the Canadian Blood Services Lifetime Achievement Award, an individual must have contributed significantly to improving the safety or quality of blood, blood products, stem cells and/or cord blood or has made noteworthy improvements or advances in transfusion or transplantation medicine practice. Their record of publication should be of significance and their professional reputation should be aligned with the goals and reputation of Canadian Blood Services, reflecting a quality culture driven by excellence.
Note, candidates should be unaware that they have been nominated for this award.
Nominations are to be submitted in writing to the address below:
Dr. Isra Levy
Vice President, Medical Affairs and Innovation
Canadian Blood Services
1800 Alta Vista Drive
Ottawa, ON K1G 4J5
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission deadline: May 8, 2023
The Canadian Blood Services Lifetime Achievement Award came into existence in 2002. Over the past two decades, the Canadian Blood Services Board of Directors has selected the following individuals for this prestigious award. Information about previous awardees can also be found on blood.ca.
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