The Management of Transfusion Medicine (MTM) Master's programme is a unique, two-year programme for current and potential leaders of blood banks in medium- and low-income countries.
Are you interested in transfusion medicine and blood supply organization management? Do you feel committed to developing safe, efficacious and sustainable blood supply systems in developing countries? Then the postgraduate Management of Transfusion Medicine programme may suit you! The focus lies on the individual development and personal growth of our students. After graduation, students will be able to contribute to a safer, more efficient and more sustainable blood supply system in their home country.
The Management of Transfusion Medicine programme is a result of the WHO initiative to improve blood supply organizations around the world. The MTM programme was set up in 2001 by the Academic Institute IDTM (International Development of Transfusion Medicine) and embedded in the University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen and Sanquin Blood Supply Foundation. The MTM programme was also the first blood management programme to be endorsed by the International Society of Blood Transfusion. Sponsors include international organizations like Terumo, Griffols, the Swiss Red Cross and Pepfar.
Do you have any questions? Contact us at info.idtm umcg.nl.