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Patient Blood Management Events and Seminars

Bloodless Medicine Seminars

The Patient Blood Management Program's (PBM) Bloodess Medicine experts host seminars for anyone interested in a bloodless approach to care during the hospital experience.

“Talking to Your Doctor About Bloodless Medicine"

This seminar is geared to patients who decline transfusions and discusses items such as:

  • Suggestions for how to express your wishes to your physician
  • The differences between bloodless medicine and patient blood management
  • Recent developments in bloodless medicine and patient blood management 

To sign up for a seminar online, please fill out and submit the form below, or call 1-877-674-7111.

Note:  The seminars reflect the views of the presenters, not necessarily those of UPMC.

Personal Choice Matters Seminar - UPMC Respects Your Bloodless Medicine Choices

When Where Why​ Parking Information

Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015
10 to 11 a.m.

UPMC Shadyside, Herberman Conference Room 202A
5230 Centre Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232

​The Personal Choice Matters seminar is designed to introduce UPMC's expanded bloodless services and to share the new patient-centered tools that will help better prepare you for a bloodless medicine experience at UPMC

​Parking is $5 for the first hour and $1 per additional hour.


Bloodless Medicine Seminar Registration Form

Please fill out the form below and a Patient Blood Management representative will contact you to confirm your registration.

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