During the recent ”Donate Life‘‘ week in Australia the Donor Research Network at the University of Queensland hosted a series of daily talks. Here are links to the talks on Blood Donations.
- Janis France & Christopher France Ohio University, USA: A tablet-based intervention to build the confidence of fearful high school blood donors
- Kathleen Chell, Australian Red Cross Lifeblood Australia: Non-cash incentives for blood donation in Australia – A program of research
- Lisa Williams UNSW, Australia : O+, A+, B+, or AB+? Just positive?
- Luke Gahan, Australian Red Cross Lifeblood Australia: Co-designing with ethnic minority communities to facilitate increased donation awareness
- Michel Clement & Edlira Shehu, University of Hamburg Germany: Deferral management across blood donors’ life cycle
- Rachel Thorpe, Australian Red Cross Lifeblood, Australia: How does aging and being older shape meanings and experiences of donating blood, and how can we encourage older people to start and continue to donate blood?
- Eva-Maria Merz, Caroline Graf, Maroles Spekman, Steven Ramondt & Joris Schröder, Vrije Unversity, Amsterdam & Sanquin, The Netherlands
Blood donors – social beings in context; Social norms explain inconsistent effects of incentives on blood donation; Incentives for blood donor return after deferral; Blood donation narrative on social media: a topic modeling study; & Social spillovers: normative and informational influence on blood donations
- Emanuele Di Angelantonio, University of Cambridge, UK: Safety and efficiency of blood donation – experience from the UK blood donor population studies
- Philippe Gilchrist, Australian Red Cross Lifeblood & Macquarie University, Australia: Reducing venipuncture pain by addressing fears among whole-blood and plasma donors
- Vera Raivola, The University of Eastern Finland & The Finnish Red Cross Blood Service: Managing the unknown in donating blood for biobanking
- Eamonn Ferguson, The University of Nottingham UK: Exploring blood donor behaviour: applying, testing and refining theories of cooperation
- Elisabeth Huis in ‘t Veld, University of Tilburg and Sanquin, The Netherlands: Conquer your needle fear with AINAR: artificial intelligence for needle anxiety reduction