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[image:image-1] Application of theory to enhance audit and feedback interventions to increase thea

[image:image-2]Assessment of education and computerized decision supporta

[image:image-3]Blood transfusion and Jehovah’s Witnesses revisiteda

[image:image-4]Blood transfusion safety- a new philosophy†a

[image:image-5]Can patient decision aids help people make good decisions abouta

[image:image-6]Clinical Ethics Committeea

[image:image-7]Competence, Capacity,ªnd Religious Beliefa

[image:image-8]Consent to transfusion- patients’ and healthcare professionalsa

[image:image-9]De-implementation of expensive blood saving measures in hip and kneea

[image:image-10]End-to-end electronic transfusion management a

[image:image-11]Ethical Decision-Makinga

[image:image-12]Evidence-based decision making in transfusion medicinea

[image:image-13]Implementation of a transfusion algorithm to reduce blooda

[image:image-14]Knowledge of blood transfusion among nursesa

[image:image-15]ncompatible blood transfusiona

[image:image-16]New technology for transfusion safetya

[image:image-17]Optimizing preoperative blood product ordersa

[image:image-18]Point-of-care testing- where is the evidencea

[image:image-19]Predicting massive blood transfusion using clinical scoresa

[image:image-20]Promoting a patient’s right toªutonomya

[image:image-21]Refusal of treatment and­ecision-making capacitya

[image:image-22]Risk-based decision-making for blood safetya

[image:image-23]The clinical utility of an index of global oxygenation for guidinga

[image:image-24]The development andaimplications of a

[image:image-25]Toward a patient-based paradigm¯or blood transfusiona

[image:image-26]Use of genomics for decision-making in transfusionamedicine- laboratory practicea

GCIAMT Grupo Cooperativo Iberoamericano de Medicina Transfusional.
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