Extraordinary People:Saving and Improving Lives through the Gift of Cells and Tissues
Standards for Tissue Banking
(13th Edition), Now available for sale online, both hard copy and digital. Some highlights of improvements: The durable, plastic, coiled spine. A Preface is now included that describes history of the development of the standards. For the first time, AATB's Accreditation Policies for Transplant Tissue Banks is included as an easily accessed reference.
Discounted registration for AATB meetings, workshops, CTBS Training Programs and Webinars, full access to the AATB site resources and much more.
Tissue Bank Specialist Certification
AATB on Twitter
- RT @davidknews: More advice from @alabamaeyebank: don't just check the box on your driver's license. TELL SOMEONE YOU WANT 2 DONATE. Can ma…
- RT @donatelifenw: Thanks to pilot and liver recipient, Patrick, for taking a second to #ShowUsYourFinger! #donatelife http://t.co/DWqsy4z98l
about 1 days ago
- RT @DonateLifeNC: #MythMonday ANY age is the right age to #DonateLife! Don't rule yourself out. http://t.co/SonGfW2bua
about 1 days ago
- RT @Bacterin: Congratulations again to the 2013 Certified Tissue Bank Specialists. Bacterin is well represented! #TissueDonation http://t.c…
about 2 days ago
The AATB Executive Office has been notified of confusion surrounding Form FDA 3356 used for annual registration and listing for a tissue establishment with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For more info, click here.
February Webinar now available in our Education Passport
Our February Webinar, Promoting Donation During National Donate Life Month, is available for purchase in the Education Passport. Webinar attendees will receive complimentary access until April 30th using the discount code sent after the live event. All others are able to purchase this content for a small fee, which will count towards total CEUs for recertification.
To purchase and learn more about our Education Passport, click here.
Help AATB decorate the new office!
The AATB is inviting all AATB Accredited Banks to send in artwork for permanent display on the walls of the new headquarters building. The AATB is especially interested in artwork that highlights tissue donation, as opposed to eye or organ donation. Many of the pieces of artwork that have already been collected are 11" x 17" in size. Artworks of any shape and size are welcome. For consideration in the AATB office display, send artwork to the following address:
Attn: Call for Artwork
8200 Greensboro Drive, Suite 320
McLean, VA 22102
The staff of the AATB looks forward to displaying artwork from all over the country and the world.