AABB is hosting a series of Twitter chats for professionals in the fields of transfusion medicine, cellular therapies and patient blood management. Sponsored by the
AABB Professional Engagement Program, each Twitter chat features an AABB member leading a lively discussion on current topics. These Twitter chats provide a unique opportunity to connect with an expert in the field.
To learn more about Twitter is connecting the blood banking community, see this article from AABB News.
@AABB and use the hashtag #AABBPEPtalk to participate in the conversation on Twitter.
Check back regularly for updates on upcoming AABB Twitter chats. Search the #AABBPEPtalk hashtag on Twitter to read the tweets of past Twitter chats.
“Physician Onboarding: What's PBM Got To Do With It?”
Justin D. Kreuter, MD
Medical Director, Blood Donor Center, Mayo Clinic
Patient blood management (PBM) can be beneficial for patients and hospitals. Many facilities have implemented PBM programs in recent years. Like any good process, PBM tends to be ongoing and iterative. How are new physicians made aware of institutional PBM practices? Is the process similar for newly-minted physicians, as well as new hires? During AABB's July 24 #AABBPEPtalk, Justin D. Kreuter, MD, Medical Director, Blood Donor Center, Mayo Clinic, led the discussion on our community’s diverse experiences with onboarding new physicians in the local PBM practice.
New Physician Orientation: What’s PBM Got to Do With It? – An Outline by Daniela Hermelin, MD, Transfusion Medicine Fellow at Saint Louis University.
“Antibody Detection, All-A-Twitter”
Sue T. Johnson, MSTM, MT(ASCP)SBB
Director of Clinical Education, BloodCenter of Wisconsin
AABB hosted its inaugural Twitter chat, featuring Sue T. Johnson, MSTM, MT(ASCP)SBB, Director of Clinical Education at BloodCenter of Wisconsin and Ambassador of AABB's Professional Engagement Program (PEP), on April 5, 2018. In this #AABBPEPtalk, “Antibody Detection, All-A-Twitter,” Sue T. Johnson led a discussion on the challenges blood bankers face in antibody detection and identification.