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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


NOTICE: Requests for MOC credits made after December 28th will not be submitted to the ABPath for approval until January 2019. Please be sure to provide accurate ABPath data on submission to ensure timely approval of credits as incorrect data will cause your claim to be rejected.

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
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Electronic patient identification for sample labeling reduces wrong blood in tube errors
March 2019 | Volume 59, Issue 3
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Self-Assessment Module (SAM)
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Monoclonal anti-CD47 interference in red cell and platelet testing
February 2019 | Volume 59, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Self-Assessment Module (SAM)
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
The burden of invasive infections in neutropenic patients: incidence, outcomes, and use of granulocyte transfusions
January 2019 | Volume 59, Issue 1
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Self-Assessment Module (SAM)
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Transfusion practices and complications in thalassemia
December 2018 | Volume 58, Issue 12
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Self-Assessment Module (SAM)
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Systematic review of rituximab for autoimmune diseases: a potential alternative to intravenous immune globulin
November 2018 | Volume 58, Issue 11
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Self-Assessment Module (SAM)
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
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FEATURED ACTIVITIES

 
Electronic patient identification for sample labeling reduces wrong blood in tube errors
March 2019 | Volume 59, Issue 3
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Self-Assessment Module (SAM)
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Monoclonal anti-CD47 interference in red cell and platelet testing
February 2019 | Volume 59, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Self-Assessment Module (SAM)
Accreditation: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
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