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Wednesday, September 14, 2022
2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern Time
Program Number: 22EL-772
Director/Moderator: Sheri Goertzen, MT(ASCP)BB, CLS(CA), CQA(ASQ), Supervisor, Transfusion Service, Valley Children’s Healthcare, Madera, CA
This program will describe the structure, distribution, and clinical significance of the Duffy Blood Group System. Antibodies to Duffy antigens are usually clinically significant and have been reported to cause hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn. The FY glycoprotein, atypical chemokine receptor 1 ACKR1 will be explored and altered expressions of the alleles will be defined. Case studies will demonstrate how antibodies in this blood group may be detected in the blood bank.
After participating in this educational activity, participants should be able to:
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Please note: registration for the live eCast will close 1 hour prior to the eCast start time. If you register after this time you will receive access to the on-demand eCast when it is available.
AABB estimates both the live and on-demand version of this eCast each to be eligible for 1 continuing education credits/contact hours for Physicians, California Nurse, California Lab Personnel, Florida Lab Personnel and General Participation credit. The final number of credit(s) and credit types awarded for this program (live or on-demand) will be determined by the program duration. For more information on each credit type please visit our Continuing Education Credits webpage.
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Jayanna Slayten is from Indianapolis, Indiana. She is a Supervisor of the Blood Bank at Indiana University Health responsible for Transfusion Service leadership at Riley Hospital for Children, University Hospital and Methodist Hospital. She attended Georgetown College and the University of Kentucky for her undergraduate work. Jay received her Master’s in Blood Transfusion Medicine and Specialist in Blood Bank (SBB) in 1998 from the University of Cincinnati and the Hoxworth Blood Center. Besides a love for red cell serology, Jay enjoys blood bank teaching as she is an adjunct faculty member of the SBB Program at the University of Texas Medical Branch, participates in many AABB committees and AABB Annual Meeting presentations, and often presents for the Indiana State Association of Blood Banks Spring Workshop and Annual Meetings. Jay is the wife to Phillip and mother to growing teenage boys - Ben, Chris, and Jon.