About the Meeting

The AABB Annual Meeting brings together the latest research and practice-changing resources for the fields of blood and biotherapies. Colleagues from throughout the world attend to connect, network, learn and advance the field.

AABB Annual Meeting attendees include:

  • physicians
  • nurses
  • scientists
  • researchers
  • administrators
  • medical technologists
  • other health care providers

Gain the tools you need to succeed in your field:

  • Earn CME/CE credits and integrate new skills into your work
  • Build professional connections from the lab to C-suite
  • Gain valuable knowledge on the latest hot button issues facing your profession
  • Learn about the latest technology affecting your industry

Learning Objectives

The education sessions at the Annual Meeting are designed to provide insights and solutions for physicians and other health care professionals who practice in transfusion medicine and biotherapies, and to help them maintain and enhance their knowledge, skills, and abilities.

By actively participating in the continuing education programming at the Annual Meeting, physicians and other health care professionals should be able to:

  • Disseminate the latest developments in laboratory, clinical, and administrative practices in the fields of blood and biotherapies.
  • Foster conversations with colleagues to stimulate scientific research, enhance clinical practice and improve quality management to improve donor and patient safety in transfusion medicine and biotherapies.
  • Evaluate state of the art innovations in transfusion medicine and biotherapies.

Tina S. Ipe, M.D., M.P.H

"I was awestruck at my first AABB meeting by the quality of education offered and by the people I met, all whom were thought leaders and change agents in the field."

— Tina S. Ipe, M.D., M.P.H
Chief Medical Officer, Oklahoma Blood Institute