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This is the annual volunteer training held on behalf of Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center.

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agenda
Agenda

- Blood Center News

  • Volunteer Business
  • Overview: Type Matters 2010

- Social Media

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“WOW” to The Blood Center of Brazos Valley that began distribution of products on December 7, 2009.

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Big “WOW” as Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center expands from 25 services counties to 26 in 2009!

goals for 2010
Goals for 2010
  • Type Matters: Focus on Specific Blood Types
  • Fiscal Responsibility: Monitoring Costs
get set service
GET SET service

G = Greet

E = Escort

T = Thank

S = Smile

E = Educate

T = Time

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Thank you Crew

  • T-shirts
  • Badges
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Current Promotion

  • We invite you to share your story!
  • January 1 through March 31, 2010
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Making your Time Count

  • Access to and accumulatepoints for the Commit for Life store
  • Advance Wellness Check
  • You help us with the bottom line
  • Submit your hours to: volunteering@giveblood.org
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Why

Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center must meet the

specific component needs of area patients, and to

do that we are encouraging donors to make the

type of donation - platelets, plasma, double red

cells or whole blood - that will have the greatest

impact on the patients we serve.

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Type A

  • Platelet Donor*
  • Platelets are a component of your blood that aid in clotting, and are often used in the treatment of cancer patients.
  • Requirements: Donate platelets via apheresis as often as once a week, up to 24 times a year.
  • TYPE
  • A

*Depending on patient needs, you may be asked to make a different type of donation.

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Facts about type-A donors:

  • About 34 percent of the population has A-positive blood.
  • About 6 percent of the population has A-negative blood.
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Type B

  • Whole blood or double red cell. *
  • Save three lives with every whole blood donation.
  • Red blood cells help trauma and surgery patients.
  • Donate whole blood every 56 days.
  • May donate double red blood cells every 112 days.
  • TYPE
  • B

*Depending on patient needs, you may be asked to make a different type of donation.

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Requirements (Male)

    • Be at least 5’1’’ and 130 lbs.
    • Iron level at least 40 percent or 13.3 hemoglobin.
  • Double Red Cell Donation
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Requirements (Female)

    • Be at least 5’5’’ and 150 lbs.
    • Iron level at least 40 percent or 13.3 hemoglobin.
  • Double Red Cell Donation
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Facts about type-B donors:

  • About 9 percent of the population has B-positive blood.
  • About 2 percent of the population has B-negative blood.
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Type O

  • Whole Blood or Red Blood Cell*
  • Your red blood cells are in the most demand.
  • As the universal red cell donor, you can help patients in emergency situations when there is no time to find out their blood types.
  • TYPE
  • O

*Depending on patient needs, you may be asked to make a different type of donation.

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Facts about type-O donors:

  • About 38 percent of the population has O-positive blood.
  • About 7 percent of the population has O-negative blood.
  • More than 50 of Hispanic blood donors have type –O blood.
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Type AB

  • Universal Plasma Donor.*
  • Plasma is the liquid portion of your blood and is often used in the treatment of burn or shock victims.
  • Blood is also transfused to some patients who inherited or other kinds of bleeding or clotting disorders.
  • Requirements: You may give plasma again after 28 days.
  • TYPE
  • AB

*Depending on patient needs, you may be asked to make a different type of donation.

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Facts about type-AB donors:

  • About 3 percent of the population has AB-positive blood.
  • About 1 percent of the population has AB-negative blood.
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Social Media

  • Facebook
  • www.facebook.com/commitforlife
  • Participation from donors, recipients, volunteers and employees
  • Updates from The Blood Center
  • Share photos, videos, links and comments
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Social Media
  • Twitter
  • www.twitter.com/commitforlife
  • Share info with a network of “followers”
  • Followers can spread our messages to their networks
  • Answer questions and respond to comments from donors
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Social Media
  • Flickr
  • www.flickr.com/photos/commitforlife
  • View photos from blood drives and other events
  • Download or comment on pictures
  • Share your own pictures on our Flickr group: www.flickr.com/groups/commitforlife
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Social Media

We know you’ve got ‘em…

Any questions?