A new milestone for the BloodSafe eLearning Australia program was reached last week when the number of courses undertaken and completed by users reached one million. The program is now used by more than 500,000 registered users who work or study at more than 1500 hospitals, universities and other organisations across Australia.
This is a significant achievement and is due in large part to the support we receive from stakeholders, partners and supporters. The BloodSafe eLearning Australia team would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support, and the time and resources that you commit to the program.
New courses coming
A number of new courses are now available or will be released in the next few weeks, including:
Neonatal and Paediatric PBM
- PBM for Neonates and Paediatrics
- Neonatal: Preterm
- Neonatal: FNAIT
- Paediatric: Haematology/Oncology
- Paediatric: Surgical (July 2018)
- Paediatric: Major Haemorrhage (July 2018)
- Paediatric: Iron Deficiency Anaemia (August 2018)
- Refresher course for Clinical Transfusion Practice (July 2018)
- Introduction to Viscoelastic Haemostasis Testing (August 2018)
Future funding confirmed
In December 2017 we received confirmation that the Jurisdictional Blood Committee (JBC) had approved funding for the next three-to-five years.
This will allow the development of longer-term plans and provides a level of certainty for the staffing and development of future courses.
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