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Transfusion is pleased to offer Continuing Medical Education activities as an on-going feature of the journal.

Educational Objectives
Continuous participation in the Transfusion CME program will enable learners to be better able to:
• Maintain current and practical knowledge of clinically relevant issues (e.g., “How Do I . . .”)
• Achieve a broad conceptual understanding of principles of immunohematology and their relevance to transfusion medicine
• Describe the standard of practice for blood donors and blood collection and advances in donation and component safety
• Evaluate randomized trials and emerging data from studies of hematopoietic transplantation and cellular engineering
• Derive evidence-based recommendations for transfusion practice and incorporate these recommendations into best practice for patient care
• Gain insight into blood component preparation and storage
• Discuss transfusion complications, recognize susceptible patient groups and identify opportunities to improve patient outcomes
• Identify strategies for blood inventory supply and blood management


PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
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Transfusion complications in thalassemia patients: a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
April 2014 | Volume 54, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Clostridium perfringens in apheresis platelets an unusual contaminant underscores the importance of clinical vigilance for septic transfusion reactions
March 2014 | Volume 54, Issue 3pt2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Reference intervals for common coagulation tests of preterm infants
March 2014 | Volume 54, Issue 3
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Red blood cell transfusion in critically ill children
February 2014 | Volume 54, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Hospital-based transfusion error tracking from 2005 to 2010: identifying the key errors threatening patient transfusion safety
January 2014 | Volume 54, Issue 1
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
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Transfusion complications in thalassemia patients: a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
April 2014 | Volume 54, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Clostridium perfringens in apheresis platelets an unusual contaminant underscores the importance of clinical vigilance for septic transfusion reactions
March 2014 | Volume 54, Issue 3pt2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
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