Ensuring the safety of blood for transfusion is a key prevention strategy in the fight against HIV/AIDS. These learning materials have been designed specifically for use in distance learning programmes in blood safety. The modules have been designed for staff responsible for donor recruitment, blood collection and the processing and issue of blood for transfusion. They are written in an interactive, practical style, with learning objectives, activities, self-assessment questions, progress checks and action plans Most of the training is designed to take place at the workplace in the context of the performance of daily work. This pack consists of a set of four spiral-bound modules and a Trainer's Guide, all supplied in a plastic wallet.5.4 STAFF AND EQUIPMENT The staff and equipment required to operate a mobile blood donor session will be similar ... Staff requirements for a mobile donor clinic m 1 doctor or experienced senior nurse in charge m 1 donor screening nurseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Safe Blood and Blood Products Distance Learning Material - Guidelines and Principles for Safe Blood Transfusion Practice Safe Blood Donation Screening for HIV Blood Group Serol|
|Author||:||World Health Organization|
|Publisher||:||World Health Organization - 2002-01-01|