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Dr. Jeannie Callum

Guest blogger: Dr. Jeannie Callum is staff hematologist and director of Transfusion Medicine and Tissue Banks at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and an associate professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology at the University of Toronto. You can find Dr. Callum on Twitter @jeanniecallum

My own donation journey…


Wednesday, October 18, 2017
In this six-part series, Dr. Jeannie Callum, a hospital-based transfusion specialist, shares her real-life experience witnessing the impact of blood donation on patient lives. She provides some fascinating insight into blood transfusion, past and present, and emphasizes the need for male donors and why some donors may be safer for patients. Read the complete series here.

All blood is not the same


Wednesday, October 04, 2017
In this six-part series, Dr. Jeannie Callum, a hospital-based transfusion specialist, shares her real-life experience witnessing the impact of blood donation on patient lives. She provides some fascinating insight into blood transfusion, past and present, and emphasizes the need for male donors and why some donors may be safer for patients. Read the complete series here.

Beyond matching ABO and Rh: Rare blood challenges and international cooperation


Wednesday, September 20, 2017
In this six-part series, Dr. Jeannie Callum, a hospital-based transfusion specialist, shares her real-life experience witnessing the impact of blood donation on patient lives. She provides some fascinating insight into blood transfusion, past and present, and emphasizes the need for male donors and why some donors may be safer for patients. Read the complete series here.

Blood type hype


Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Image Paying it forward: Why we need YOU to give blood - Part 3 In this six-part series, Dr. Jeannie Callum, a hospital-based transfusion specialist, shares her real-life experience witnessing the impact of blood donation on patient lives. She provides some fascinating insight into blood transfusion, past and present, and emphasizes the need for male donors and why some donors may be safer for patients. Part 1: A miraculous gift, ready and waiting Part 2: Not your average bank Part 3: Blood type hype Part 4: Beyond matching ABO and Rh: Rary blood challenges and international cooperation Part 5

Not your average bank


Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Part 2 in a six-part series by Dr. Jeannie Callum, a hospital-based transfusion specialist who shares her real-life experience witnessing the impact of blood donation on patient lives. Here she provides some fascinating insight into blood transfusion, past and present, and emphasizes the need for male donors and why some donors may be safer for patients.

A miraculous gift, ready and waiting


Wednesday, August 16, 2017
In this six-part series, Dr. Jeannie Callum, a hospital-based transfusion specialist, shares her real-life experience witnessing the impact of blood donation on patient lives. She provides some fascinating insight into blood transfusion, past and present, and emphasizes the need for male donors and why some donors may be safer for patients.