Welcome to transfusionblog

The Transfusion Practice and Education team at the Australian Red Cross Blood Service has been working for the past five years generating live events, webinars, online learning, apps, Transfusion News, the transfusion website, mytransfusion and more.

We have started this blog to open up conversation about transfusion practice, discussion about education, and to better explain the tools and resources we have created. We can move beyond news stories and event promotion, and talk in more depth about what we do.

We invite you to join the conversation, give us feedback, let us know about the sort of resources you would like to make patient blood management practice easier.
From time to time we would also like to open up the blog as a forum on specific topics, but we welcome discussion and input at all time.

Members of the Transfusion Practice and Education team will contribute to the blog, to showcase their projects, moderate discussions, and outline and background upcoming webinar topics.

We’ll also open up to posts from people in the Blood Service to discuss their roles and increase understanding about the work that takes place here.

You can receive blog alerts using reader on wordpress, or follow @TransfusEd on twitter.

Comments will be moderated for relevance and good manners. The disclaimer for transfusion.com.au applies.

One thought on “Welcome to transfusionblog

  1. THANK YOU FOR INFORMATION
    THESE ARE THE ADVERSE EVENT HAPPENED FROM MANY YEARS WHICH ARE CAUSING SERIOUS COMPLICATION IN PEOPLE AND IT LEADS TO DEATH ALSO
    I WOULD RECOMMEND TO CONSULT WITH DOCTORS OR MEDICAL ADVISERS FOR SAFETY PURPOSE.

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