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Resources for Physicians

University of Toronto Transfusion Medicine Rounds – June 17th

CONCOR-1 Study presented by Dr. Jeannie Callum.

University of Toronto Transfusion Medicine Rounds – May 27th

CBS Inventory and Engineering perspectives in Future presented by Mr. Rick Prinzen.

Ontario’s First Recommendations for Massive Hemorrhage Protocol

Ontario’s First Recommendations for Massive Hemorrhage Protocol

Rescheduled event from May 1, 2020. Now being offered 100% virtual.

University of Toronto Transfusion Medicine Rounds – Apr 22nd

Cold Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia; laboratory diagnostics and clinical aspects presented by Dr. Melissa Boileau and Dr. Ilene Weitz.

University of Toronto Transfusion Medicine Rounds – Mar 25th

FP Analysis, START Study Results presented by Dr. Aditi Khandelwal and Ms. Amie Kron.

University of Toronto Transfusion Medicine Rounds – Feb 25th

Fetal-Neonatal Alloimmune Thrombocytopenia (FNAIT) presented by Dr. Lani Lieberman and Ms. Lynnette Beaudin.

NAC Summary October, 2020

National Advisory Committee Update for Ontario Transfusion Medicine Professionals (from the October 2020 NAC meeting) Slide deck from the NAC update to Ontario Transfusion Medicine professionals provided by Dr. Alan Tinmouth on January 21, 2021

University of Toronto Transfusion Medicine Rounds – Jan 28th

SCD: Genotyping/alloimmunization prevention and management presented by Dr. Stella Chou.

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MHP Generic Power Point

This slide deck was created to be used by hospitals to present (at TC/MAC/Grand Rounds etc.) elements of the provincial MHP and explains how it can be adapted for your hospital.

Bloody Easy Lite (Web-based)

Bloody Easy Lite is a two module electronic learning tool providing basic information for physicians and healthcare professionals who prescribe blood and blood components or blood products. The program offers an optional participant tracking mechanism to assist health care facilities in ongoing transfusion medicine education for healthcare professionals involved in transfusion medicine activities.
Please contact your regional ORBCoN office to sign up as a BE Lite site administrator to track your hospital or facility’s participation results.