Our professional education website has a new look!


Tuesday, November 30, 2021 Tricia Abe

We’re excited to launch a brand-new look for the Professional Education website, Canadian Blood Services’ resource hub for health-care professionals working in transfusion medicine or as part of the organ and tissue donation and transplantation community.

The new design makes it easier to find and use valuable resources, whether it’s a clinical guideline, best practice, publication or information about upcoming events. Although the website may have a new look, all content—developed in collaboration with leading experts in their fields—remains unchanged from the website’s previous version.

Check out the new website at profedu.ca and use the feedback button to let us know what you think. We’d love to hear from you.

 


Canadian Blood Services – Driving world-class innovation

Through discovery, development and applied research, Canadian Blood Services drives world-class innovation in blood transfusion, cellular therapy and transplantation—bringing clarity and insight to an increasingly complex healthcare future. Our dedicated research team and extended network of partners engage in exploratory and applied research to create new knowledge, inform and enhance best practices, contribute to the development of new services and technologies, and build capacity through training and collaboration. Find out more about our research impact. 

The opinions reflected in this post are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Canadian Blood Services nor do they reflect the views of Health Canada or any other funding agency.

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