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ISBT128 Cellular Therapy Coding and Labeling Advisory Group - call for candidates

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ISBT128 – requests for candidates to be EBMT/JACIE representative to the ICCBBA Cellular Therapy Coding and Labeling Advisory Group (CTCLAG)

We are seeking candidates to be the EBMT/JACIE’s representative to the Cellular Therapy Coding and Labeling Advisory Group (CTCLAG) starting in 2019.

Please find below for the list of responsibilities of this group:

  • Advise on the ongoing development of the ISBT 128* Information Standard to support new developments in cellular therapy
  • Generate, review, and comment upon proposed changes to the ISBT 128 Information Standard and supporting documents
  • Provide a focus for the standardization of terminology and product naming.
  • Receive reports on the progress of ISBT 128 implementation and consider any issues raised by these reports
  • Provide advice and support to facilities introducing the ISBT 128 Information Standard
  • Prepare educational materials and tools to support the implementation of ISBT 128
  • Promote the adoption of the ISBT 128 Information Standard in facilities around the world. 

* ISBT 128 is a global standard for the identification, labeling, and information transfer of medical products of human origin across international borders and disparate health care systems.

CTCLAG meetings take place approximately once a month via conference call. A face-to-face meeting is being scheduled for March 18 and 19, 2020 in Washington D.C.

More information on the CTLAG can be found at www.iccbba.org/committees/technical-advisory-groups/ctclag while the Terms of Reference can be accessed below.

If you are interested, please send a letter explaining your interest and highlighting relevant experience to eoin.mcgrath@ebmt.org.

Deadline is 14 November 2019 at 1700 CEST.

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