AABB regularly surveys its members for information about blood collection, blood and blood product transfusion and patient blood management activities in their facilities. As of 2017, AABB will only collect critical data elements in an effort to avoid duplication of the comprehensive HHS National Blood Collection and Utilization Survey (NBCUS) conducted by CDC. The AABB survey results will be shared with AABB membership, and will be used to identify industry trends and to inform AABB’s decision making, planning and policy positions. The engagement and support of AABB members are critical to ensuring a rich and expanding data repository that will move our collective community forward in a data driven manner.
2016 AABB Blood Survey
This shortened survey of AABB institutional members will only collect key data elements, and is separate and not duplicative of the comprehensive CDC National Blood Collection and Utilization Survey (NBCUS) that most recently captured data from 2015 and is expected to collect comprehensive 2017 data in the spring of 2018.
Members of Blood Centers of America (BCA) will not receive survey invitations, as BCA is collaborating with AABB to provide data on behalf of their membership.
AABB encourages all institutional members, including those outside of the US, to participate in the survey to ensure that the data represent the full range of members.
For an invitation to the online survey, contact email@example.com.
For more information, contact the toll-free Helpline at +1.800.793.9376 (or +1.301.215.6588) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2014-2015 AABB Blood Survey
2014-2015 AABB Blood Survey Final Report (coming Fall 2017)
2013 AABB Blood Survey
2013 AABB Blood Survey Final Report (PDF)
2011 National Blood Collection and Utilization Survey Report (PDF)
2009 National Blood Collection and Utilization Survey Report (PDF)
2007 National Blood Collection and Utilization Survey Report (PDF)
2005 National Blood Collection and Utilization Survey Report (PDF)