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1961 44
1962 56
1963 75
1964 83
1965 81
1966 39
1967 58
1968 66
1969 74
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1982 81
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1984 117
1985 147
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1987 208
1988 198
1989 231
1990 238
1991 265
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1993 257
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1995 267
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1998 219
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2005 301
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2009 345
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2015 385
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2018 324
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Blood donors' preferences for blood donation for biomedical research.
Raivola V, et al. Transfusion 2018. PMID 29572859
BACKGROUND: Increasing numbers of blood donors are recruited to participate in biomedical research. As blood services depend on voluntary donors, successful recruitment calls for a better understanding of donors' expectations and attitudes toward the use of samples in research. ...These results will help blood services in their planning to recruit blood donors for research projects....
BACKGROUND: Increasing numbers of blood donors are recruited to participate in biomedical research. As blood services d …
Blood donors and their changing engagement in other prosocial behaviors.
Studte S, et al. Transfusion 2019. PMID 30549293
CONCLUSION: This study provides new insights into blood donors' prosocial behavior. While most previous studies neglected blood donors' engagement in other prosocial behaviors, this study highlights the fact that blood banks need to be aware of blood donor switching behavior between all prosocial behavior forms. As most blood banks also are providing other types of donations forms, they can use this knowledge and cross-recruit blood donors to engage in other forms of prosocial behavior....
CONCLUSION: This study provides new insights into blood donors' prosocial behavior. While most previous studies neglected b
Blood donors in Iceland: a nationwide population-based study from 2005 to 2013.
Jóhannsdóttir V, et al. Transfusion 2016. PMID 26919164
BACKGROUND: Demographic information of blood donors is important to formulate strategies for recruitment and maintenance of the donor group. ...Only 57.5% of newly registered donors in 2005 to 2006 returned to donate blood in the period 2005-2013. CONCLUSION: In parallel with a period of decreased demand for red blood cells, the number of whole blood donors and donations declined in Iceland between 2005 and 2013 but still with adequate supply. ...
BACKGROUND: Demographic information of blood donors is important to formulate strategies for recruitment and maintenance of th …
Blood donors' attitudes towards voluntary non-remunerated donation in Trinidad and Tobago.
Charles KS, et al. Transfus Med 2017. PMID 28547759
OBJECTIVES: To assess the attitude towards voluntary non-remunerated blood donation among blood donors in Trinidad and Tobago (TRT). BACKGROUND: Blood donors in TRT are either family replacement (F/R, 87%) or remunerated (13%). There is chronic blood shortage and high seroreactivity for transfusion-transmissible infections (TTI) in donors. ...
OBJECTIVES: To assess the attitude towards voluntary non-remunerated blood donation among blood donors in Trinidad and …
A systematic review of incentives in blood donation.
Chell K, et al. Transfusion 2018 - Review. PMID 29106732
BACKGROUND: Incentives are often used to enhance the effectiveness of recruitment and retention campaigns targeting blood donors. ...RESULTS: Overall, research into the use of incentives in blood donation is limited, characterized by comparatively few studies, predominantly focused on whole blood donors, that are confounded by current operating context (paid or voluntary). ...
BACKGROUND: Incentives are often used to enhance the effectiveness of recruitment and retention campaigns targeting blood donors
Psychosocial characteristics of blood donors influence their voluntary nonmedical lapse.
Merz EM, et al. Transfusion 2018. PMID 30403415 Free article.
STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS: New donors (n = 4861) randomly received a blood donation survey between July 2008 and March 2009, before their first appointment at the blood bank. ...Donors with more information need or wish about procedure and patients were less likely to lapse, indicating that binding with the blood bank might prevent lapse. ...
STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS: New donors (n = 4861) randomly received a blood donation survey between July 2008 and March 2009, be …
Blood donors in England and North Wales: demography and patterns of donation.
Lattimore S, et al. Transfusion 2015. PMID 25178387
Approximately two in five (38.4%) new blood donors returned within 6 months and were more likely to be male and of white ethnicity. ...It is therefore critical that changes within the blood donor and wider population are monitored to inform donor recruitment and retention strategies....
Approximately two in five (38.4%) new blood donors returned within 6 months and were more likely to be male and of white ethni …
Demographic characteristics of transfusion-transmitted infections among blood donors in China.
Chang L, et al. BMC Infect Dis 2019. PMID 31185990 Free PMC article.
The most susceptible populations for TTIs were unmarried males and first-time donors aged between 26 and 55 years, and blood donors who were workers or company employees with low-educational level. Timely surveillance and updated demographic data on blood donors are critical for blood safety....
The most susceptible populations for TTIs were unmarried males and first-time donors aged between 26 and 55 years, and blood
Blood donors' perceptions, motivators and deterrents in Sub-Saharan Africa - a scoping review of evidence.
Asamoah-Akuoko L, et al. Br J Haematol 2017 - Review. PMID 28542841
Achieving an adequate blood supply in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) through donor mobilization and retention is crucial. Factors that motivate or deter blood donors vary according to beliefs and social norms. Understanding the factors that influence blood donation behaviour in SSA is vital to developing effective strategies to address blood donor motivation and retention. ...
Achieving an adequate blood supply in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) through donor mobilization and retention is crucial. Factors th …
Profile of blood donors who presented adverse reactions to the donation.
Locks MOH, et al. Rev Bras Enferm 2019. PMID 30916271 Free article.
OBJECTIVE: identify the adverse reactions presented by blood donors and outline their sociodemographic profile. METHOD: a quantitative, cross-sectional retrospective study of 780 records of blood donors from a public hemocenter in the southern region of Brazil, from December 2015 to January 2016. ...RESULTS: it was identified that throughout 12 months, the total blood donors corresponded to 27,300 people, in which 780 developed at least one reaction. ...
OBJECTIVE: identify the adverse reactions presented by blood donors and outline their sociodemographic profile. METHOD: a quan …
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