2. Staffing and governance

BloodMove is managed and facilitated by a Project Team which consists of:

  • Medical Scientist Lead
  • Nurse Management Facilitator Lead
  • Regional Cluster BloodSafe Clinical Nurses (x10)
  • Site Blood Contact Nurses (each site)

Currently, each of the Regional Cluster BloodSafe Clinical Nurses looks after a regional cluster comprising between five (5) and eight (8) hospitals.  Their role is to assist sites to manage blood related issues; including conducting audits and assessing inventories in hospitals within their region.  This is further supported at each site through a Site Blood Contact Nurse; their role is to ensure site compliance with blood related policies and procedures.  This process is overseen by the BloodMove Leads at a State level.

BloodMove reports to the CHSA Transfusion Committee which consists of representation from Regional and Metropolitan Medical, Nursing, Transfusion Laboratory Managers, the Australian Red Cross Lifeblood (Lifeblood) and SA Health.

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