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Speaker Information Form Session Description Session Name Track Date Session Time Speaker Name Title of Presentation of the Presentation This talk includes why all people are special, and can accomplish just about anything if they negotiate four hurdles, first they must believe that they can, Opening Plenary ALL 4/18/13 4:45 - 6:00 PM Stanley "Skip" Bertman Hold the Rope the single most common denominator among all Using actual case studies, this presentation will "Baby Talk" - Neonatal Predicting Hemolytic Disease of the Fetus describe how the monocyte monolayer assay can Transfusion Concerns and Newborn Using Monocyte Monolayer be used to predict HDN and provide blood. and Complications T/S 4/19/13 8:45 - 10:00 AM Ghislain Noumsi, MD SBB (ASCP) Assay (MMA) Use a recent case to discuss the differential "Baby Talk" - Neonatal diagnosis (including lab testing) and treatment Transfusion Concerns (including blood product usage) of neonatal and Complications T/S 4/19/13 8:45 - 10:00 AM Daniel K. Noland, MD FCAP Neonatal Thrombocytopenia: A Case Study thombocytopenia. Leaders and individual contributors will learn how to recognize, understand and adapt to the unique Generational needs of the Four Generations. They will walk away Management DRC 4/19/13 8:45 - 10:00 AM Kathy Tokerud Bridging the Generational Divide with some fundamental knowledge to bridge the The speaker will address the need for forming Statewide strategic alliances and for mergers in a rapidly Collaborations: ACTS Seizing Opportunities Through Strategic changing blood banking environment. Alliances, & OneBlood ADMIN 4/19/13 8:45 - 10:00 AM Bobby Grigsby, CPA MBA Alliances mergers and acquisitions will be discussed as OneBlood was formed roughly one year ago as a Statewide result of the merger of three large Florida regional Collaborations: ACTS Mergers and Consolidations - Myth versus blood centers. This presentation, from one of the & OneBlood ADMIN 4/19/13 8:45 - 10:00 AM George "Bud" Scholl Reality principal architects of the merger, will describe the Using (confidential) audience participation devices, you will pit yourself against medical technology Are You Smarter Than Joann Moulds, PhD MT (ASCP) Are You Smarter Than a Med Tech students to test your knowledge of donors, blood A Medtech Student? T/S 4/19/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM SBB Student? groups, HDFN, antibody identification, and other Using (confidential) audience participation devices, you will pit yourself against medical technology Are You Smarter Than Are You Smarter Than a Med Tech students to test your knowledge of donors, blood A Med Tech Student? T/S 4/19/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM Janet Vincent, MS SBB (ASCP) Student? groups, HDFN, antibody identification, and other Does your team make errors? Is compliance hard to explain to your teams? Come see how we made our staff understand and buy-in. QA Boot Camp DRC 4/19/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM Brandi Wright Compliance Bootcamp for Collection Staff The presentation will go in depth into Functional Lean. Functional Lean is a useful process to follow for Administrative functions of any facility to assure LEAN + ADMIN 4/19/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM Galen Kline, CLSSBB LEAN +/- Functional LEAN the core functions determined to be value-added by The presentation in geared to the audience that knows what Lean is but is not quite sure what the next steps are to truly implement it into their LEAN + ADMIN 4/19/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM LEAN Plus What's Next? Patrick Maul, MT (ASCP) MBA, Lean Six Sigma- Black Belt workplace. The presentation will briefly describe Use of Blood Products at a US Army MAJ VanFosson briefly introduces the Army forward Forward Surgical Team in Afghanistan, surgical team before describing blood component Christopher A. VanFosson, RN Feb 2010-Feb 2011 therapy in such a specialized medical team. Radical Blood Banking T/S 4/19/13 1:00 - 2:30 PM MSN/MHA MMAS VanFosson will explain the protocols and guidelines This presentation will address the design and use of a specific protocol in the provision of blood MTP at a Non-Military Hospital Blood components to patients with uncontrolled Radical Blood Banking T/S 4/19/13 1:00 - 2:30 PM Eugenia C. Bryan, MD Bank hemorrhage in a civilian hospital with a designation Donor Motivation DRC 4/19/13 1:00 - 2:30 PM Todd Abner Understanding Donor Motivation Speaker Information Form Session Description Session Name Track Date Session Time Speaker Name Title of Presentation of the Presentation Training is a method of enhancing human performance. Whenever a person's ability to Christi Brooks, MA MT (ASCP) Using Adult Learning Methods to Design perform a job is limited by lack of knowledge or skill, Adult Learning ADMIN 4/19/13 1:00 - 2:30 PM CQA (ASQ) Training Programs it makes sense to bridge the gap by providing the Bacterial contamination of platelets remains the Secondary Bacterial largest infectious risk of transfusion despite the Screening of Platelet Bacterial Contamination of Platelets: implementation of routine culture. Recent work Components ALL 4/19/13 2:45 - 4:15 PM Richard Benjamin, MD PhD Search for Solutions highlights the residual risk to patients and offers Will present a cost model used to assess the Secondary Bacterial relationship of resources for point of issue testing of Screening of Platelet Point of Issue Platelet Bacterial Testing: platelets for bacterial contamination to the Components ALL 4/19/13 2:45 - 4:15 PM Louis M. Katz, MD Resource Considerations resources used for other blood safety interventions. Random Donor Platelet Testing for AABB standard 18.104.22.168.1 requires blood banks and Secondary Bacterial Bacterial Contamination: The Transfusion transfusion services to utilize FDA-approved Screening of Platelet Patricia L. Williams, BS MT Service Experience detection methods for possible bacterial Components ALL 4/19/13 2:45 - 4:15 PM (ASCP) SBB contamination in platelet components. Arthur Bracey, MD & Join us for an open forum to discuss "up and MD Roundtable ALL 4/19/13 4:30 - 5:30 PM Chantal Harrison, MD MD Roundtable coming" topics relevant to you! Oral Abstracts Presentation ALL 4/20/13 8:45 - 10:00 AM Various Case discussion of autoimmune hemolytic anemia with both a warm and cold autoantibody, Who's to Blame?: Hemolysis with Both a incorporating perspectives from the clinician, the "Cool Cases" T/S 4/20/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM Alice J. Chen, MD PhD Warm and Cold Autoantibody blood bank, and the reference lab. This session will feature cases from around the region and describe how each facility dealt with Warm AIHA: What Happens When You them "Cool Cases" T/S 4/20/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM Teresa Bruce, MT (ASCP) Peek Into the Genes Collections/Recruitmen Collections/Recruitment Roundtable t Rountable DRC 4/20/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM Susan Crews Discussion Manufacturing Based Upon Historical Ordering Practices ADMIN 4/20/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM Manufacturing Based Upon Historical Manufacturing Based Upon Historical Ordering Practices ADMIN 4/20/13 10:15 - 11:45 AM Patrick Saxton Ordering Practices Why does my IRL ask so many questions? Why Talk to Me: The can't I get the blood when I need it? What takes so Reference long? Find the answers to your questions in this Lab/Transfusion session. Service Dialogue - What Everyone Means T/S 4/20/13 2:15 - 3:45 PM Cindy Steinmetz, MT (ASCP) Helping the Reference Lab Help You Sometimes more than an interpretation is needed Talk to Me: The when an investigation report is received. See how Reference IRL information is used by a Transfusion Service Lab/Transfusion laboratory. Service Dialogue - Lauro E. Guerro Jr, BS MT Digging Deeper When a Simple What Everyone Means T/S 4/20/13 2:15 - 3:45 PM (ASCP) Interpretation Just Won't Do Speaker Information Form Session Description Session Name Track Date Session Time Speaker Name Title of Presentation of the Presentation This presentation will address why timely Talk to Me: The communication in product needs by the transfusion Reference service for patient care is important for providing Lab/Transfusion quality patient care. The importance of critical Service Dialogue - Mary A. Lieb, MT (ASC) SBB Let's Talk: If I Would Have Only Known patient information concerning serological problem What Everyone Means T/S 4/20/13 2:15 - 3:45 PM CQA (ASQ) That! resolutions as well as how addition or elimination of Synergy comes from the greek work synergia " A Happy Marriage: Searching for Synergy - The Power of an meaning joint work and cooperative action. Uniting Recruitment Alliance Between Collections and Synergy occurs in the work place when the result is and Donor Services" DRC 4/20/13 2:15-3:45 PM Carla Peterson, MPA Recruitment greater that what would have been the sum of the In many centers, there is a bitter relationship that " A Happy Marriage: can exist between Donor Services and Donor Uniting Recruitment A Happy Marriage: Uniting Donor Recruitment. This fractured realationship makes and Donor Services" DRC 4/20/13 2:15-3:45 PM Chad A. Douglas, BSHS MHS Services and Recruitment little sense as both teams work for the same end Hospital transfusion services must exercise both knowledge and judgment when managing their What About the O Managing Type O-Negative Blood In A inventory of O-negative red blood cells. Some Negs? ADMIN 4/20/13 2:15 - 3:45 PM James Barbeau, MD JD Trauma Center additional considerations arise if the transfusion Group O, Rh negative Red Blood Cells are a precious resource that must be managed What About the O appropriately. In this section, the close integration Negs? ADMIN 4/20/13 2:15 - 3:45 PM Francis R. Rodwig Jr., MD MPH Where are the O Negs? - Donor Center between the Donor Center and the Transfusion This presentation will discuss techniques used in the recruitment of O negative blood donors. What About the O Includes phone bank efforts, direct mail and donor Negs? ADMIN 4/20/13 2:15 - 3:45 PM Jeremy Himel What About the O Negs? events. Presentation of successful efforts, and Our panel of experts will be available to answer any Ask The Experts T/S 4/20/13 4:00 - 5:00 PM Various Ask the Experts question you can think up. Detecting antigens (blood typing) and antibodies in pretransfusion testing continues to be the Technical/Scientific Susan T. Johnson, MSTM MT Serologic Strengths - Limitations in An benchmark testing for patients requiring blood Award Lecturer T/S 4/21/13 8:30 - 10:00 AM (ASCP) SBB Automated Age transfusion. The success of serology cannot be Two Sides of the Same Coin…The During this lecture you will hear why the business of Business of Quality AND the Quality of quality and the quality of the business are one and Administrative Award Mary Beth Bassett, BS MT Business the same…Two Sides of the Same Coin. You will Lecturer ADMIN 4/21/13 8:30 - 10:00 AM (ASCP) learn why the quality discipline must become woven Bacterial contamination of blood components has been a persistent problem since the early days of Karen Williams Bacterial Contamination of Blood transfusion medicine. This has been particularly Memorial Lecture ALL 4/21/13 10:15 - 11:30 AM Mark E. Brecher, MD FCAP Products true for platelets which are maintained at a Speaker Information Form Session Name Objective 1 Objective 2 Objective 3 Opening Plenary Explore the limitless abilities of people Discuss how and why teamwork works Challenge individuals to take responsibility Demonstrate how MMA can be used to select blood "Baby Talk" - Neonatal for a neonatal exchange transfusion when multiple Transfusion Concerns Differentiate between HDN due to Rh vs. Kell antibodies are present. and Complications Describe HDFN and the MMA. antibodies. "Baby Talk" - Neonatal Transfusion Concerns Describe common causes of neonatal Define the roles of the clinician, lab and blood bank Discuss the current literature regarding blood and Complications thrombocytopenia. in treating neonatal thrombocytopenia. product usage in neonatal thrombocytopenia. Generational Understand the diverse motivators of each Adapt approach to communicating and leading Management Recognize the 4 generations. generation. based in part on generational preferences. Statewide Collaborations: ACTS Describe the Alliance for Community Transfusion & OneBlood Services (ACTS). Describe the advantages of alliances. Review successes with mergers and alliances. Statewide Collaborations: ACTS Convey various challenges faced and overcome & OneBlood Provide a framework for executing a merger. Set expectations for realistic benefits. during the integration process. Are You Smarter Than Choose the correct blood type in a case of multiple Get a higher exam score than the combined student A Medtech Student? antibodies. Choose the correct blood for a neonatal transfusion. score. Are You Smarter Than Choose the correct blood type in a case of multiple Get a higher exam score than the combined student A Med Tech Student? antibodies. Choose the correct blood for a neonatal transfusion. score. QA Boot Camp Reinforce compliance. Give a sample for how to get employee buy-in. Show how it has affected the department KPI. Describe Functional Lean and it's application at a LEAN + Blood Center or Hospital. Walk through the Functional Lean processors. Discuss real life scenarios where it's been used. Introduce the concepts of creating a sustainable Describe the types of projects that can be LEAN + Lean environment. accomplished. Discuss the structure required for success. Describe the austere environment in which blood Identify the challenges of blood component therapy Describe the importance of whole blood transfusion Radical Blood Banking products are used to save lives. in a combat zone. in the resuscitation of combat wounded patients. Discuss the definition of massive transfusion and the type of patients likely to require massive Understand the basis for the use of a Massive Describe the design and implementation of a transfusion. Radical Blood Banking Tranfusion Protocol. Massive Transfusion Protocol. Donor Motivation Speaker Information Form Session Name Objective 1 Objective 2 Objective 3 Select appropriate methods for helping adults learn Implement new insights to blood bank related Adult Learning Describe the nature of adult learning. in various situations. instructional design efforts. Secondary Bacterial Screening of Platelet Describe the results of routine bacterial culture Components testing in the US. Estimate the residual risk of platelet contamination. Outline approaches to minimizing risk to patients. Secondary Bacterial Screening of Platelet Understand the operational characteristics of point Understand the costs of the tests and bacterial Place these costs in the perspective of other blood Components of issue testing. sepsis from platelets. safety measures. Secondary Bacterial Screening of Platelet Identify an example of transfusion service protocol Components for testing timing/frequency. Outline steps for resolution of a positive test. State challenges to testing. MD Roundtable Discuss "up and coming" topics. Oral Abstracts Presentation Describe interactions between the clinician, the blood bank, and the reference lab in cases of Describe serologic findings of warm and cold Understand a basic approach to hemolytic anemia hemolytic anemia. "Cool Cases" autoantibodies. from a clinical perspective. Describe the role of genotyping in cases of positive "Cool Cases" Describe the typical seroloc findings in WAIHA List methods to differentiate auto vs. allo antibody DATs Collections/Recruitmen t Rountable Manufacturing Based Upon Historical Ordering Practices Manufacturing Based Upon Historical Ordering Practices Talk to Me: The Reference Lab/Transfusion Service Dialogue - Explain why an IRL needs patient medical Describe how antibody positive units can be Give an example of how genotyping can be used What Everyone Means information. utilized. by the transfusion service to supply blood. Give an example of when a Transfusion Service List some benefits of establishing an open line of Talk to Me: The Laboratory may need more information than the communication between the Transfusion Service Reference interpretation provided in an investigation report. laboratory and the IRL. Lab/Transfusion Service Dialogue - Explain how information from the IRL may be used What Everyone Means in a Transfusion Service Laboratory. Speaker Information Form Session Name Objective 1 Objective 2 Objective 3 Discuss the importance of communicating additions Identify the types of information that the blood Talk to Me: The or changes to blood needs from the blood center center needs to be a better partner with the Reference perspective. transfusion service. Lab/Transfusion Service Dialogue - List the types of information that is essentail for What Everyone Means quality service to hospital customers. " A Happy Marriage: Uniting Recruitment Influence a shift in thinking of these departments as Create levels of collaboration throughout Emphasize importance of executing excellence and and Donor Services" separate entities. organizations. celebrating together. " A Happy Marriage: Uniting Recruitment Change the focus off numbers, removing a major Perception is reality. Management actions speak Yoda approach! Understanding leads to trust, trust and Donor Services" obstacle. louder than words. leads to team work, team work leads to success. Understand the concerns and challenges of trauma Discuss the emergency blood transfusion protocol centers as they manage the O-negative RBC at our level 1 trauma center, as well as possible What About the O Explore some as yet unanswered questions about inventory. alternative approaches. Negs? Rh sensitization in the trauma setting. What About the O Introduce the strategies needed to manage a Blood Discuss methods to connect with Transfusion Review the available literature on clinical outcomes Negs? Centers Distribution of O Negative RBCs. Services about O Negative RBC Utilization. when utilizing these strategies. What About the O Discuss successful telerecruitment of O neg Discuss recruitment of O neg donors through direct Differentiate O neg donors without alienating the Negs? donors. mail. others. Get answers to the questions that matter to you and Ask The Experts your organization. Discuss the strengths and limitations of serologic Examine testing methodologies utilized in testing in blood typing and antibody automated platforms and discuss their advantages Technical/Scientific List blood group specificities with unique reactivity detection/identification. and limitations. Award Lecturer using different serologic methods/reagents. Administrative Award Describe applications for expanding quality into the Implement actiosn to evolve quality into your Lecturer Define the business of quality. business model. business model. Karen Williams Review the history of bacterial contamination of Review methods to prevent or minimize bacterial Review the impact of actions taken to minimize the Memorial Lecture blood products. contamination of blood products. risk of bacterial contamination of blood products.
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