Clinical cell therapy laboratories (CTLs) that minimally manipulate products are part of many transfusion medicine (TM) services overseen by CTL medical directors with graduate medical education (GME) training in clinical pathology (CP) and/or blood banking and transfusion medicine (BB/TM). Educational experiences combining clinical CTL staff, medical director, and quality and regulatory team perspectives can provide a well-rounded approach for potential future medical directors of clinical CTLs or TM services handling existing and developing cell therapies in the clinical realm. The success and trajectory of established and novel cell therapies and nature of CP and BB/TM training to prepare medical directors underscores the importance of including formal and dedicated educational CTL experiences in CP and BB/TM training programs. This session will highlight the importance of and considerations for incorporating clinical CTL education into post-graduate medical training programs.
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Identify cellular therapy laboratory concepts that warrant integration into clinical pathology and/or blood banking/transfusion medicine graduate medical education
Describe approaches to incorporating clinical cellular therapy laboratory education into clinical pathology and/or blood banking/transfusion medicine graduate medical education
Discuss operational considerations when developing educational experiences for trainees in the clinical cellular therapy laboratory
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AM21-32: Incorporating Clinical Cellular Therapy Laboratory Education Experiences into Graduate Medical Education (GME) Training Evaluation