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This new information category will be developed in coming months to add new eLearning resources for everyone working with transfusion services.

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Web Page Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service - 09/09/2002
Home page of the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service. The page provides links to donor services, information on patient care, tissue services, research and development and links to international transfusion-related organisations and services.

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Web Page Current Issues in Transfusion Medicine - 09/09/2002

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Adobe Acrobat (PDF) SIGN Guideline on Perioperative Blood Transfusion for Elective Surgery - 14/10/2002
Provides a rational and practical framework on which to base transfusion decisions and practice for patients undergoing elective surgery.

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Web Page Blood Transfusion Guidelines for International Travelers - 09/09/2002
This site states, "This information originated from the WHO publication "World Health Organization Global Programme on AIDS: Blood Transfusion Guidelines for International Travellers." Sept 2002

Web Page Transfusion medicine sites from the University of Alberta - 09/09/2002
An excellent set of e-learning links and resources including case studies and quizes compiled by Pat Letendre, Medical Laboratory Science, University of Alberta.

Web Page Useful links to international transfusion resources - 09/09/2002

Web Page WHO Effective use of Blood - 30/09/2002
A very useful resource all about effective use of blood from the WHO.

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