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 1 Ontario's Massive Hemorrhage Toolkit

Stephanie Cope 

 2 Development of an Online Reporting System for the Provincial Redistribution Program for Plasma Protein Products

Alison Wendt

 3 How to Move a Lab and Never Stop Testing

Jackie Howe

 4 Trans People and Blood Donation: Community Engagement and Cultural Competence are Important

Terrie Butler-Foster

 5 Multimedia resources to engage Black People in Canada as potential stem cell donors

Sylvia Okonofua

 6 Meeting the Challenges Associated with Blood Transfusion in a Remote New Brunswick Location

Claire Wright

 7

Review of the most cited accreditation non-conformances in transfusion medicine in British Columbia

Elsie Chan

1. Ontario's Massive Hemorrhage Toolkit


Presenter: Stephanie Cope 

Stephanie Cope graduated from the Medical Administration Program at Centennial College in 2002 before completing the Medical Laboratory Technician Program in 2005. She is currently completing a Bachelor’s of Health Administration degree through Athabasca University. Stephanie has worked for the Ontario Regional Blood Coordinating Network (ORBCoN) for the past 15 years, most recently in the role of Regional Project Coordinator.


 2. Development of an Online Reporting System for the Provincial Redistribution Program for Plasma Protein Products
 

Presenter: Alison Wendt

Alison graduated from the Medical Laboratory Technologist Program at St. Lawrence College in Kingston Ontario, 1985. She worked in Transfusion Medicine at St. Michael’s Hospital and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Alison joined the Ontario Regional Blood Coordinating Network team in 2015 as Regional Project Coordinator, Central region office. 

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3. How to Move a Lab and Never Stop Testing

Presenter: Jaqueline Howe

Technical Supervisor Transmissible Diseases, Canadian Blood Services, Calgary, Alberta.

Supervisor at Canadian Blood Services for 21 years.

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4. Trans People and Blood Donation: Community Engagement and Cultural Competence are Important 


Presenter: Terrie Butler-Foster 

Terrie is a Medical Services Registered Nurse at Canadian Blood Services. She is also a nurse researcher and student at the University of Western Ontario, completing a Master of Science in Nursing degree, with a focus in Leadership in Health Services Delivery. Terrie’s research interests include understanding and enhancing blood donor well-being especially for marginalized groups of individuals. She is also interested in altruistic blood donor behaviour and how this applies to plasma donation specifically.

5. Multimedia resources to engage Black People in Canada as potential stem cell donors
 


Presenter: Sylvia Okonofua

Sylvia is the President of the University of Regina’s Stem Cell Club. She recently graduated

from the University of Regina with a degree in Biochemistry, with hopes of becoming a physician

in the near future. She is also the Lead on the Black Donors Save Lives national campaign.



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6. Meeting the Challenges Associated with Blood Transfusion in a Remote New Brunswick Location

Presenter: Claire Wright

Claire Wright, MLT, B.Tech, MTM has several years of experience as a Medical Laboratory Technologist in Transfusion Medicine and Quality Management. She is currently the Manager of the Transfusion Medicine and Stem Cell Laboratories for the Saint John Area which includes the Saint John Regional Hospital and Satellite Hospitals/Health Centers in southwestern New Brunswick.  

7 Review of the most cited accreditation non-conformances in transfusion medicine in British Columbia

Presenter: Elsie Chan

Elsie Chan started her career as a Medical Lab Technologist in Hematology and Immunology before moving to a Quality Leader role. She is currently the Accreditation Specialist for the Laboratory Medicine Program in the Diagnostic Accreditation Program. She supports clinical laboratories within BC with the Laboratory Medicine Accreditation process. Elsie holds a Master of Health Administration and a Bachelor of Medical Lab Science both from UBC.

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