ISBT Academy and Support

Webinars

ISBT started hosting webinars in 2017. They are online lectures on a wide range of transfusion medicine-related topics presented by experts. The webinars are hosted monthly and are accessible for ISBT members. After attending a webinar you can receive a certificate of attendance upon request. 

For each webinar, members of ISBT receive an invitation via email with the registration link. If you have a suggestion, comment or question, please reach out to the Communications Coordinator: communication@isbtweb.org

 

Below are the 2020 webinars listed

TopicSpeakerDateTime
Update on the COVID-19 Coronavirus OutbreakMichael Busch, Louis M. Katz, Hua ShanMarch 4.16:00 CET
ISBT Corporate Partner Educational webinar Abbott: Serology Testing Concepts in Blood Screening Sonu BhatnagarMarch 1215:00 CET
Use of blood components in clinical practice – educational lecture for TP’s Louise SherlikerApril 115:00 CET
ISBT Corporate Partner Educational Webinar: Roche Complementary Roles of NAT and SerologySusan GalelApril 1517:00 CET
Blood-derived serum eye dropsChristian GabrielMay 615:00 CET
Variations in hemoglobin measurement and eligibility criteria across blood donation services are associated with differing low-hemoglobin deferral rates: a BEST Collaborative studyKatja van den HurkJune 1815:00 CET
    
The hidden burden of sickle cell disease in Africa and its impact on transfusion servicesTom WilliamsJuly 815:00 CET

Are you interested in joining a webinar, but you are not an ISBT member yet? 
Join our community now and benefit from all educational opportunities ISBT offers, such as the Live Journal Club.

All webinars are recorded and uploaded to ISBT Education, so you can watch them afterwards and you can continue the discussion on the forum

Click here for the overview of webinars held in 2017 and 2018. All these webinars are available for ISBT members on ISBT Education. To watch congress webcasts, interviews and more visit ISBT Education or download the Education app for Android or IOS devices.