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  1. International AccreditationGovernment Model Dr Reem Al Radwan Director of Blood Transfusion Administration

  2. International Accreditation • Introduction. • Process of Accreditation. • Newton’s Three Laws. • KCBB Accreditation.

  3. Introduction

  4. Kuwait Central Blood Bank

  5. What’s our Scope? The ONLY Central Blood Bank 23 Government Hospitals 20 Private Hospitals 2 Military Hospitals Blood product supplier to Allied armies

  6. What’s our Scope? 60,000 Whole blood donations 100% PRBC & Plasma 6,800 Apheresis Platelets (40,000 units)

  7. What’s our Scope? AABB Accredited 1989. CAP Survey. Accredited by the National Quality Program. National Reference Laboratory. Accredited as regional reference center for Arabian countries. AABB IHRL self assessment 2008.

  8. What’s our Scope? Training facility for post-graduate hematologist and allied health technologists. Training center for regional countries. Therapeutic Apheresis Center. National Antenatal screening program.

  9. Human Resources KCBB staff by qualification: Medical Doctors 10 Nursing Staff 45 Technical staff 193 Clerical staff 70

  10. History of testing Pathogen Inactivation 2008

  11. International Accreditation • Introduction. • Process of Accreditation. • Newton’s Three Laws. • KCBB Accreditation.

  12. Process of Accreditation

  13. Definitions • Certification, licensing and accreditation are terms used to describe the organizational mechanisms that support and enforce the establishment of quality system in the organization.

  14. Certificate An official proof of a job performance or product production. Marriage, ownership, passing exam, course study or training. Compulsory Do NOT refer to quality. Definitions

  15. Certificate Licensing An official permission to perform a job or produce a product. Compulsory. Do NOT refer to quality. Definitions

  16. Certificate Licensing Standard Level of excellence or quality. Definitions

  17. Certificate Licensing Standard Quality Distinguishing characteristic of excellence. Measurement of how close to a standard. Definitions

  18. Certificate Licensing Standard Quality Quality assurance The sum of the activities planned and performed to provide confidence that all systems and their elements that influence the QAULITY of the product are working as expected. Definitions

  19. Certificate Licensing Standard Quality Quality assurance Accreditation Official recognition given by an association or agency to an institution that satisfy specific standard of quality criterion. VULANTERY. DO refer to quality. Definitions

  20. Process of Accreditation Accreditation Facility Inspection

  21. Process of Accreditation Pre-Accreditation Accreditation Facility Inspection

  22. Process of Accreditation Pre-Accreditation Accreditation Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  23. Process of Accreditation Pre-Accreditation Accreditation Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  24. Process of Accreditation Pre-Accreditation Accreditation Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  25. Process of Accreditation Pre-Accreditation Accreditation Accredited Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  26. Process of Accreditation Pre-Accreditation Accreditation Accredited Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  27. Process of Accreditation Pre- Accreditation Accredited Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  28. Process of Accreditation Pre- Accreditation Accredited Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  29. International Accreditation • Introduction. • Process of Accreditation. • Newton’s Three Laws. • KCBB Accreditation.

  30. Newton’s Three Laws of Motion

  31. Inertia Acceleration Reaction Newton’s Three Laws

  32. Inertia Acceleration Reaction The tendency of an object to maintain its state of motion. An object at rest remains at rest, and an object in motion continues in motion unless the object experiences an external force. Newton’s Three Laws

  33. Process of Accreditation Pre-Accreditation Accreditation Accredited Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  34. Inertia Acceleration Reaction An object of greater mass needs a greater force to accelerate than object of smaller mass. Newton’s Three Laws

  35. Process of Accreditation Pre-Accreditation Accreditation Accredited Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  36. Inertia Acceleration Reaction For every action there is equal an opposite reaction. Newton’s Three Laws

  37. Process of Accreditation Pre-Accreditation Accreditation Accredited Facility Inspection Facility Growth by Time

  38. International Accreditation • Introduction. • Process of Accreditation. • Newton’s Three Laws. • KCBB Accreditation.

  39. KCBB Accreditation

  40. KCBB Accreditation • Pre-accreditation. • Accreditation. • Post-accreditation.

  41. 1965 Kuwait blood transfusion services started with donation room (2 beds) and a lab for testing blood group and syphilis. Before that date all blood units were imported. Pre-accreditation

  42. 1968 Complete self dependency on the local blood donation. Total blood collected was 7348. 1965 Pre-accreditation

  43. 1970 Centralized service moved to its second location next to Amiri Hospital. Rh testing of all units. Pre-transfusion testing, HBV-sAg, ALT, AST. 1965 1968 Pre-accreditation

  44. 1985 The administration structure changed to introduce specialized units for serology, donation, immunohematology and blood distribution. 1965 1968 1970 Pre-accreditation

  45. 1985 Blood Transfusion Administration Services (BTAS) was established as centralized service at the Ministry of Health. 1965 1968 1970 Pre-accreditation

  46. 1987 New facility that meets the GMP requirements was build and equipped with advanced technology. 1965 1968 1970 1985 Pre-accreditation

  47. 1987 This was the primary requirements to improve the quality of work and to seek international accreditation of the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB). 1965 1968 1970 1985 Pre-accreditation

  48. Inertia Acceleration Reaction The tendency of an object to maintain its state of motion. An object at rest remains at rest, and an object in motion continues in motion unless the object experiences an external force. Newton’s Three Laws

  49. Inertia Acceleration Reaction The tendency of an organization to maintain its state of motion. An organization at rest remains at rest, and an organization in motion continues in motion unless the organizationexperiences an external force. Newton’s Three Laws