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NORTHERN CA - CLS Regional Seminar, Feb 2018
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QUALITY, SAFETY & COMPLIANCE: Policy and Process

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When: 8:00 AM
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American Red Cross Blood Services
6230 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California  94618
United States
Contact: CBBS
916-560-8536


Online registration is available until: 2/23/2018
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The CBBS QSC Committee presents tissue management, regulation and monitoring, disaster plans for patient and employee safety, including lessons learned from the front lines of the California wildfires, a session on iron depletion and much more! Take a look at the complete schedule and session descriptions below.

 

Two programs!

  • Saturday, February 24, 2018 in Oakland. TO REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM, CLICK "REGISTER" ABOVE.
  • Saturday, March 3, 2018 in Pomona. TO REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM, CLICK HERE.

 

If you'd like to mail a check for your registration, please download the PDF brochure here.

  

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

(to view session objectives, click here)

7:30 am -

8:00 am  

Registration & Breakfast    
       

8:00 am -

9:00 am 

Tissue Management: Regulation, Management and Monitoring

Regulatory requirements for tissue licensure, and/or FDA registration. Discussion of new commercial tissue products (Prokera, MACI, & others), and best equipment for storage and monitoring, such as Ultra low freezer or wireless temperature monitoring.

 TBD
       

9:00 am -

10:00 am

Recall / Event Investigation and Patient Look Back  Federal, state and AABB requirements for nonconforming product investigation and recipient look back for adverse impact. 

North: Stacy Ralston, Kaiser Permanente

South: Galen Kline, Houchin Community Blood Bank 
       

10:00 am -

10:15 am

Break    
       

10:15 am -

11:15 am                                                     

Disaster Plans for Patient and Employee Safety: California Wildfires – Lessons Learned            

Recent experiences with wildfire disasters and the lessons learned from a system perspective between blood supplier, hospital, patient and employee management during evacuation and/or road closures. 

North: Iyda Anthony, LAD/BB Supervisor and Grace Hunter, Kaiser Hospital Santa Rosa

South: Susan Noone, United Blood Services/Blood Systems

       

11:15 am -

12:15 pm 

Validation, Verification and Qualification Plans For all Things in the Blood Bank  Various current terminology surrounding equipment and materials testing or qualification prior to implementation.  

North: Theresa Dunning, Kaiser Permanente

South: Rudie Garcia, CQA (ASQ), Director, Quality Assurance, ARC Pomona, CA

       

12:15 pm -

12:45 pm

Lunch Break 
 
       

12:45 pm -

1:00 pm

Quality News Network  Quick update of the latest regulatory and standards changes in blood banking news. 

North: Theresa Dunning, Kaiser Permanente

South: Galen Kline

       

1:00 pm -

2:00 pm 

Iron Depletion: Proactive Approaches and Strategies  This presentation will provide an overview of the rationale for and strategies to manage, and/or avoid iron depletion in donors. 

North: Catherine Mazzei, MD, American Red Cross

South:TBD

       

2:00 pm -

3:00 pm 

Tools for Root Cause Analysis, plus  Corrective and Preventive Action  Learn how to find and fix the root, contributing causes and ensure a sustained success. 

North: Theresa Dunning

South: Ann Sintef

       

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS   CANCELLATION POLICY   TAX DEDUCTION OF EXPENSES
This program is approved by California Laboratory Field Services for 6.0 contact hours of continuing education (Provider Number 0034). Provider is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 01351 for up to 6.0 hours of continuing education. CME credits are not available for Physicians.       A registrant shall receive a refund of 75% of their registration fees if written notice (fax and email is acceptable) is received by the Central Office 14 days or more prior to the seminar. No refunds for cancellation requests received within 14 days of the start of the seminar.    See Treasury Regulation 1.162.5 Coughlin v. Comm., 203 F.2d.307.

 


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