Regulatory and Accreditation 



Do You Have Safety Eyes?
  (presented 02/06/2020) 
Instruction Level: Basic 

Learning Objectives: 
-Identify potential safety risks.
-Apply knowledge of safety to reduce the risk of staff and patient injury.
-Identify resources for safety questions.

AABB Standards and Accreditation in Plain English (presented 01/30/2020) 
Instruction Level: Intermediate 

Learning Objectives: 
-Explain what a standard is and is not and define the standard setting process
-Explain the Accreditation Philosophy
-Clarify how standards and accreditation interact

FDA Guidance: Bacterial Risk Control Strategies  (presented 12/11/2019) 
Instruction Level: Intermediate 

Learning Objectives:
 
-Describe the options available for blood centers and transfusion services to comply with the FDA Final Guidance on bacterial risk control strategies to enhance safety and availability of platelets for transfusion. 
-Discuss the considerations and trade-offs involved with implementing different options to comply with the FDA Final Guidance. 

Compendium Review for Laboratory and Nursing (Presented 11/21/2019) 
Instruction Level: Basic 
Learning Objectives: 
-Review general information and utilization guidelines regarding red blood cells, platelets, plasma, and cryoprecipitate. 
-Recognize common modifications to blood components and when these modifications are indicated.

Equipment Validation: The I's, the O's and the P's (presented 8/15/2019) 
Instruction Level: Intermediate
Learning Objectives:
-Define IQ, OQ, PQ.
-List the elements of a validation plan.
-Review a validation plan like a person in the quality department

 

CAP Checklist Changes and Challenges (presented 2/21/2019) 
Instruction Level: Intermediate
Learning Objectives:
-Identify common checklist deficiencies from the Laboratory General, All Common and Transfusion Medicine Checklist that impact transfusion services.
-Better understand the intent of the CAP checklist challenges identified as they pertain to transfusion medicine and apply “win-win” solutions for compliance.

Tissues: Regulation, Management and Monitoring (presented 12/6/2018) 
Instruction Level: Intermediate
Learning Objectives:
-Define conditions when a CA state license or an FDA registration/license is required.
-Discuss the AATB, TJC standards and how are they applied to hospital laboratory or physician office settings.
-Identify several FDA human cells, tissue, and cellular and tissue-based product (HCT/P) categories of regulated tissue.

It’s an Assessment NOT an Inquisition   (presented 4/5/2018)
Instruction Level: Intermediate
Learning Objectives:
-Recognize the significant changes to the 31st edition of the BBTS Standards.
-Understand ways to stay prepared for unannounced assessments.
-Understand common nonconformances and how they may be prevented. 





















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