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EBMT 2014

Quality Management Day
Tuesday, 1 April 2014

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Slides

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There is also on-demand access to presentations with voice recording from Milan 2014 at b-com.mci-group.com. Note that payment may be required.



08:00 – 09:00 Quality Management Lecture 1: An introduction to JACIE for beginners - overview of JACIE and the accreditation process

09:00 - 11:00 Workshop: Accredited: What happens next? Round-table with international experience

11:30 - 13:00 JACIE session
  1. Patient viewpoint. Speaker: Marco Braico (Italy)
  2. Paradigm of Care: Ego or Eco system. Speaker: Erik Heineman (Netherlands). The Milan talk is accessible for a fee from the EBMT 2014 web site. However, a very similar talk given in 2013 by Prof. Heineman is openly available from http://www.nvz-ziekenhuizen.nl/_library/10852/Erik.
  3. Towards the implementation of the Single European Code in the field haematopoietic stem cells for transplantation. Speaker:Ioana Siska (Belgium)
  4. Results from the AHCTA Surveys - Developing recommendations for staff qualifications, training and competency for
    1. Cell collection staff. Kathy LOPER (United States)
    2. Cell processing laboratory. Ineke Slaper Cortenbach (Netherlands)
  5. 6th edition FACT-JACIE Standards. Speaker: John Snowden (United Kingdom)

13:10-14:00 Lunch Controversy
Increasing minimum transplant volumes in the FACT-JACIE standards will improve quality and survival outcomes
Chair: John Snowden (United Kingdom)
Speakers: (For) Anna Sureda (Spain); (Against) Deborah S. Richardson (United Kingdom)


14:00 - 15:00 Solutions session 1: Challenges in implementing QM: views from 3 centres    
  1. Large Allo-graft programme. Speaker: Ulrike Buttkereit (Germany)
  2. Transplant programme in a developing country. Speaker: Erna West (South Africa)
  3. Autologous-only programme. Speaker: Christine Protheroe (United Kingdom)

15:20 - 16:20 Solutions session 2: Indicators, Internal Audits and Follow-up
  1. How we established indicators. Speaker: Olivia Caunday (France) 
  2. How we audit / what we audit. Speaker: Alessandro Lanti (Italy)
  3. Closing the loop - follow-up methodologies. Speaker: John Drain (United Kingdom)

16:30-17:30 Oral sessions - access abstracts in PDF
  1. Abstract QM-O001: RFID FOR STEM CELL TRACKING: CAN TECHNOLOGY IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF CARE? Speaker: Vittorio Montefusco (Italy)
  2. Abstract QM-O002: PLEASE SIR, NO MORE HARDCOPY TRAINING RECORDS: A NOVEL EXAMPLE OF HOW TO IMPLEMENT ELECTRONIC TRAINING AND COMPETENCY RECORDS. Speaker: Simon M. Hack (United Kingdom)
  3. Abstract QM-O003: HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION QUALITY MANAGEMENT SUPPORT THROUGH A DEDICATED WEB-BASED APPLICATION. Speaker: Rajat K. Agarwal (India)

Posters

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EBMT 2014 QM Meeting slides.zip
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6 May 2014, 02:11