Disaster Preparedness in the Blood Bank

Gshwender, A. and Gillard, L. (2017). Disaster Preparedness in the Blood Bank. Clinical Laboratory Science. 30(4):250-257.
The authors explore blood bank planning for various natural disasters and mass casualty incidents. They recommend running simulations of these events to better prepare blood banks and iteratively improve emergency plans. The article covers agencies which have created guidelines and standards to support disaster management, predictive modeling for disasters, and using risk assessment to develop plans.
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