AATB is pleased to host the 2016 Quality and Donor Suitability Workshop. This workshop will be educational and interactive, providing the attendee with a better understanding of not only significant steps involved with donor screening, but also how to effectively implement a quality program. Click below to read more and register now!
Extraordinary People: Saving and Improving Lives through the Gift of Cells and Tissues
Tissue Bank Specialist Certification
The Transplant Games of America, in partnership with The American Association of Tissue Banks and other sponsors has announced its 2016 Travel Grant Program. Travel Grants are designed to help defray some of the costs associated with traveling to the Donate Life Transplant Games, including but not limited to: airfare, parking, mileage, lodging, meals, tolls and other expenses." The goal of this initiative is to make participation more attainable to organ, corneal, and tissue recipients and their families, as well as living donors and donor family members. Click below to read more and apply today. Applications will be accepted between January 1, 2016 and February 15, 2016.
AATB is pleased to host the third and final Uniform Donor Risk Assessment Interview (UDRAI) Workshop. This 2016 event will be held February 23-24 at the Sheraton Charlotte Hotel in Charlotte, NC, and is a full two-day interactive program. Attendees will have the opportunity to identify effective training methods that can improve operations at your program; discuss successes and challenges pre- and post-implementation of the Uniform DRAI tools; see how the Uniform DRAI works using electronic systems; gain a better understanding of how the Uniform DRAI was developed and what can affect its future; and Influence others by sharing your ideas during open discussion.