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Wednesday, November 29, 2017 Jenny Ryan

If you’re already a subscriber to our Research and Education Round Up, thank you! You’re one of almost 700 readers interested in the latest transfusion and transplantation news, publications and events from Canadian Blood Services’ Medical Services and Innovation research and education network. If you already know the value of the Round Up, please tell your colleagues. They just might thank you.

Research and Education Round Up

Published since 2015, our monthly newsletter collects the latest news, events and opportunities of interest to our transfusion and transplantation community. Professional development and education activities, as well as funding and granting opportunities, are featured along with posts from this blog and the past months’ worth of peer-reviewed publications from our network experts. It also highlights key updates to the Clinical Guide for Transfusion and leading practices, as well as other important publications.

Issued around the end of each month, the next edition is due out this week. If you’re not already subscribed, sign up below; if you are, look for the November issue in your inbox soon.

 

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Remember, you don’t have to wait for the newsletter to link to new information. Visit the following pages regularly to stay on top of the latest research stories, news, events, and funding opportunities.

Professional Education websiteProfessional Education Website

Canadian Blood Services' professional education website is the trusted source for health-care professional. Here, find vital resources on transfusion of blood components, and the donation and transplantation of organs and tissues. Explore our clinical guidelines, leading practices, courses, upcoming events and more.

 

Our research impact

Our experts engage in exploratory and applied research that informs best practice and contributes to the development of new technologies. Discover our research impact through our research highlights, research summaries and find links to the latest research stories on RED. Here, you can also read a comprehensive overview of research findings and impacts from the Centre for Innovation in our annual progress report.

Our funding opportunities

The Centre for Innovation has multiple funding programs open to Canadian researchers interested in pursuing projects focused on Canadian Blood Services research, training and educational priorities. Check back often to see if new competitions are open and of interest to you.

Our publications

Curated by the Centre for Innovation, you can search our publications database anytime for links to peer reviewed articles and other articles of interest.

Our funded research projects

A database of current and past funded research projects shows the depth and breadth of research underway in the areas of tranfusion and transplantation medicine funded by our Centre for Innovation. 

 

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Canadian Blood Services – Driving world-class innovation

Through discovery, development and applied research, Canadian Blood Services drives world-class innovation in blood transfusion, cellular therapy and transplantation — bringing clarity and insight to an increasingly complex healthcare future. Our dedicated research team and extended network of partners engage in exploratory and applied research to create new knowledge, inform and enhance best practices, contribute to the development of new services and technologies, and build capacity through training and collaboration.

The opinions reflected in this post are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Canadian Blood Services.

 

 

About the author

Jenny Ryan

Science Communications

Jenny is the Science Communications Specialist at Canadian Blood Services working out of head office in Ottawa. She works closely with the medical services and innovation division to interpret and showcase new research and discovery in transfusion and transplantation science. 

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