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Communicating science is an important part of the job for anyone involved in clinical research, whether it takes place face-to-face with the patient, a donor or the wider scientific community. Unfortunately, outreach like this can seem a daunting prospect to the lab scientist and practitioner; it is often easier to hide behind the bench or the stethoscope.
Canadian Blood Services helped develop a unique framework for blood operators around the world to help improve and standardize the decision-making process when it comes blood safety.
Go back to Making decisions the right way - a global endeavour - Part 1 A risk-based decision-making analysis on babesia in Canada Canadian Blood Services put babesia risk through the risk-based decision-making framework. We were curious about babesia risk and the experience of using the framework...
Canadian Blood Services staff part of a team of experts who organized the first international leadership workshop on organ donation and transplantation in Beijing, China.