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  • Asian Association of Transfusion Medicine (AATM) has its presence in 15 countries and focuses on improving Transfusion and Transplantation medicine in the Asian Region .Member countries include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Iran, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, Laos, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Timor Leste, Turkey and AATM is registered in New Delhi, India.
  • There are 562 members from 18 countries and new members in 2017 are 76.
  • For the advancement of Transfusion Medicine AATM undertakes several activities with an annual calendar . WET WORKSHOPS are conducted and fellowhips are given to aspiring Transfusion Medicine Trainees and Specialists every year. In 2016, 12 WW were conducted in five (Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka) .
  • AATM co-ordinates with other professional bodies like the AABB for conduct of conference and other educational programs. AATM-AABB accreditation & distant learning program is at a very advanced stage of implementation.
  • AATM-EQAS program: This is offered Free to all Indian members through the National Accreditation Board of Hospitals and Health care providers, Quality council of India which is a member of ISQUA.
  • AATM has its own website www.aatmweb.org for interaction with members and member countries.

  About the Journal

Global Journal of Transfusion Medicine is a bi-annual peer reviewed international journal published by the Asian Association of Transfusion Medicine(AATM).The journal does not charge for submission, processing or publication of manuscripts.The process for manuscript submission to the Global Journal of transfusion Medicine (GJTM) is now open access. Asian Association of Transfusion Medicine is pleased to invite you to contribute articles and help in the advancement of Transfusion medicine

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  Scope of the journal

The aim of the journal is to provide a common platform for all Asian countries for knowledge sharing and for highlighting achievements in Transfusion Medicine in their respective countries. Rapid dissemination and sharing of knowledge pertaining to Transfusion medicine, and allied branches among Asian countries is the main focus of this journal. The journal intends to cover technical, ethical, clinical, administrative and legal issues pertaining to the field of Transfusion Medicine and allied branches inclusive of immunohaematology,voluntary blood donor motivation,Transfusion transmissible infections,HLA Immunobiology,Transplant immunology,Therapeutic aphaeresis,Regenerative medicine and cell therapy, besides Bone marrow and solid organ transplantation, cryobiology and molecular biology.

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