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Take advantage of the AATB Organization Subscription and Single Sessions providing unlimited access to all staff for the entire year of educational programming

With the Webinar Subscription Program, you and your staff will have year-round access to subject matter experts and industry-leading education delivered right to your desk, conference room or smart phone. 

Start Learning More Throughout the Year. The Webinar Subscription Program gives you and your entire company access to more than 40 60-minute webinars a year and addresses key areas such as FDA inspections, surgical application, marketing trends and regulatory pathways. This content has been developed to support the diverse roles, and experience levels of this tissue community. 

What's Included in the Subscription

  • Company-wide access to 40+ live presentations
  • Recorded, on-demand access to each program
  • Educational credits including CTBS, CEBT, RN and more!

Purchase an Annual Group Subscription

  • Emergency Preparedness and Contingency Planning (C)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/03/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Contingency planning and emergency preparedness are critical to assuring the sustainability donation in the event of a tragedy or natural disaster. In this session, we will review organizational practices and experiences in developing a contingency or disaster plan.

    Contingency planning and emergency preparedness are critical to assuring the sustainability donation in the event of a tragedy or natural disaster. In this session, we will review organizational practices and experiences in developing a contingency or disaster plan. 

    Brian Roe, MS, CTBS, SSLBBP

    Chief Clinical Officer

    Brian is the Chief Clinical Officer of Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates and the current chair of the AATB Recovery and Donor Eligibility Council. 

    Before joining KODA, Brian was the Vice President, Tissue Services and Communication Center Operations at LifeGift.Brian has also served as the Director of Tissue Services at Community Tissue Services (CTS) in Indianapolis, Indiana. In tandem with part of his tenure at CTS, Brian also served as the president of Donate Life Indiana, where he promoted the Indiana Donor Registry and worked with state legislators to keep legislation current and up to national standards. Before joining CTS, Brian held multiple leadership positions with LifeNet Health in Virginia and Florida. 

    Brian obtained his Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude, in Exercise Physiology at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, NC and his Master of Science in Strategic Leadership from Black Hills State University in Spearfish, SD. He is also a Six Sigma Lean Black Belt Professional and Certified Tissue Bank Specialist through the American Association of Tissue Banks.

    Mark DeFilippis, MBA, CTBS

    Director, Tissue Operations Center, New England Donor Services

    Mark is the Director of the Tissue Operations Center at New England Donor Services and is responsible for the 24-hour operations center. Mark has been with New England Donor Services for over fifteen years, he has served in the Quality Department as well as in the Operations Center determining donor eligibility and working with families to obtain authorization. Mark is the co-chair of the Membership Committee, he is currently the Secretary of the RADE Council as well a member of The AOPO Tissue Council. Mark  is a Certified Tissue Banking Specialist.

  • Virtual Auditing for Good Tissue Practice (GTP) Compliance

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/09/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    This session provides an overview virtual and remote auditing.

    Every organization working in the FDA regulated industry has been adversely affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This tragic situation has exposed the vulnerability of the global supply chain and the lack of emphasis placed on contingency planning.

     This webinar will focus on Virtual Auditing for Good Tissue Practice (GTP) Compliance, with a focus on the risks, opportunities, challenges, techniques, and best practices for performing virtual internal and supplier audits.

    Mark Durivage, RAC, CQA, CTBS

    Mark Allen Durivage has worked as a practitioner, educator, consultant, and author. He is Managing Principal Consultant at Quality Systems Compliance LLC, an ASQ Fellow, and holds several certifications including; CTBS, RAC, and CQA He has written several books available through ASQ Quality Press, and written articles in Quality Magazine, Quality Progress, GxP Lifeline,  and Life Science Connect.

  • Individual Annual Subscription

    Contains 44 Product(s)

    Take advantage of the AATB Annual Subscription providing individual access to the entire year of educational programming With the Webinar Subscription Program, you can now have year-round access to subject matter experts and industry-leading education delivered right to your desk, conference room or smart phone. Start Learning More Throughout the Year. The Webinar Subscription Program gives you and your entire company access to more than 40 60-minute webinars a year and addresses key areas such as FDA inspections, surgical application, marketing trends and regulatory pathways. This content has been developed to support the diverse roles and experiences levels of this tissue community. What's Included in the Subscription Access to 40+ live presentation Recorded, on-demand access to each program Educational credits including CTBS, CEBT, RN and more!

    Take advantage of the AATB Annual Subscription providing individual access to the entire year of educational programming

    With the Webinar Subscription Program, you can now have year-round access to subject matter experts and industry-leading education delivered right to your desk, conference room or smart phone. 

    Start Learning More Throughout the Year. The Webinar Subscription Program gives you and your entire company access to more than 40 60-minute webinars a year and addresses key areas such as FDA inspections, surgical application, marketing trends and regulatory pathways. This content has been developed to support the diverse roles and experiences levels of this tissue community. 

    What's Included in the Subscription

    • Access to 40+ live presentation
    • Recorded, on-demand access to each program
    • Educational credits including CTBS, CEBT, RN and more!
  • Annual Subscription Group

    Contains 46 Product(s)

    Annual Subscription Group

    Take advantage of the AATB Annual Organization Subscription providing unlimited access to all staff for the entire year of educational programming

    With the Webinar Subscription Program, you and your staff can now have year-round access to subject matter experts and industry-leading education delivered right to your desk, conference room or smart phone. 

    Start Learning More Throughout the Year. The Webinar Subscription Program gives you and your entire company access to more than 40 60-minute webinars a year and addresses key areas such as FDA inspection, surgical application, marketing trends and regulatory pathways. This content has been developed to support the diverse roles and experiences levels of this tissue community. 

    What's Included in the Subscription

    • Company-wide access to 40+ live presentation
    • Recorded, on-demand access to each program
    • Educational credits including CTBS, CEBT, RN and more!
  • 510K Process Overview (C)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/10/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    In this session, a leading medical device expert will review the 510K process.

    In this session, a leading medical device expert will review the 510K process. 

    Tony Blank

    Prior to his departure at the end of 2012, Mr. Blank spent the past 12 years at Boston Scientific Corporation in both Corporate and Business regulatory leadership roles.  Under his leadership of the cardiovascular regulatory teams, the Boston Scientific obtained numerous regulatory approvals for medical devices and combination products.  Among these are world wide regulatory approvals for drug-eluting stents, implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD) and cardiac resychronization therapy defibrillators (CRT-D), cardiac pacemakers and cardiac resynchronization therapy pacemakers (CRT-P), and detachable coils for peripheral embolization.  Mr. Blank has likewise been an active representative for Boston Scientific, the medical device industry and the regulatory profession on numerous policy issues working with AdvaMed.  Among these activities has been participation in numerous Industry Working Groups – including the Pediatric Devices, Advertising and Promotion, and Reprocessing Working Groups (each of which he co-chaired).  He is very involved in developing and delivering meaningful educational programs in the field of Regulatory Affairs and has been a regular speaker at educational events.  In addition to his time at Boston Scientific, Mr. Blank has worked with Cardiopulmonary, Surgical, Ophthalmic, Vascular Access and Critical Care medical devices.

  • Pre-Market Approvals: What You Need to Know (C)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/17/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    In this session, a leading medical device expert will review the pre-market approval (PMA) process.

    In this session, a leading medical device expert will review the pre-market approval (PMA) process. With the potential for many HCT/Ps to move into the biologics or medical device space, understanding clinical trials and PMAs is critical for the tissue community. 

    Tony Blank

    Prior to his departure at the end of 2012, Mr. Blank spent the past 12 years at Boston Scientific Corporation in both Corporate and Business regulatory leadership roles.  Under his leadership of the cardiovascular regulatory teams, the Boston Scientific obtained numerous regulatory approvals for medical devices and combination products.  Among these are world wide regulatory approvals for drug-eluting stents, implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD) and cardiac resychronization therapy defibrillators (CRT-D), cardiac pacemakers and cardiac resynchronization therapy pacemakers (CRT-P), and detachable coils for peripheral embolization.  Mr. Blank has likewise been an active representative for Boston Scientific, the medical device industry and the regulatory profession on numerous policy issues working with AdvaMed.  Among these activities has been participation in numerous Industry Working Groups – including the Pediatric Devices, Advertising and Promotion, and Reprocessing Working Groups (each of which he co-chaired).  He is very involved in developing and delivering meaningful educational programs in the field of Regulatory Affairs and has been a regular speaker at educational events.  In addition to his time at Boston Scientific, Mr. Blank has worked with Cardiopulmonary, Surgical, Ophthalmic, Vascular Access and Critical Care medical devices.

  • Toxicology: National Statistics (C)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/24/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    In this session, will review national statistics surrounding overdoses and drug related deaths.

    In this session, will review national statistics surrounding overdoses and drug related deaths. 

    Bruce Goldberger, MD

  • Process Validation (C)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 07/08/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    : The webinar will cover the key process validations that supports the regulatory requirements for aseptically processed grafts.

    : The webinar will cover the key process validations that supports the regulatory requirements for aseptically processed grafts.

    Grace Bolton

    Ms. Bolton is the My title is President/Principal Consultant of QVEX Consulting, LLC. Prior to founding QVEX Consulting, LLC., she worked with LifeLink 13 years and overseeing the validation program, which includes equipment calibration/qualification, processing validation, packaging validation, sterilization validation and monitoring. Prior to LifeLink she spent 6 years at a Medical Device company as a Scientist/Performance Consultant. She holds a B.S. in Microbiology and a M.A. in Quality Assurance along with a Graduate Six Sigma Black Belt Certification. Ms. Bolton has served on two AATB Task Forces: Microbial Surveillance Program and Container and Packaging Qualification/Validation.

    QVEX Consulting, LLC. provides consulting services for equipment qualification, clean room certification, qualification, environmental monitoring, process validation, AAMI sterilization validation, development of master validation plan, product adoption for sterilization processes, dose audit and routine bioburden per AAMI guidelines. Services also includes audit of environmental monitoring, sterilization and validation programs for regulatory compliance.

  • Tissue Banking PR (C)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 07/15/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    This presentation will provide a review of public relations practices, considerations and key take-aways for the tissue banking community.

    This presentation will provide a review of public relations practices, considerations and key take-aways for the tissue banking community. 

    Kimberly Monroe

    Ashley Frolick

  • 3D and Bio Printing (C)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 07/22/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    In this session, we will review the exciting and emerging field of 3D medical device and bioprinting.

    In this session, we will review the exciting and emerging field of 3D medical device and bioprinting.