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About the Annual Meeting

The 2019 AATB Annual Meeting will provide attendees with education opportunities associated with many of the tissue banking technologies and innovations that continually improve tissue banking processes. Concurrent sessions will offer professionals working in areas related to donor screening, tissue recovery, tissue processing and distribution, and regulatory with many opportunities to share new ideas to further improve their tissue banking operations.
 

2019 AATB Annual Meeting

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September 24 - 27, 2019

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Toronto, Canada

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Past Meetings

2018 AATB Annual Meeting

October 9 -12, 2018
Hyatt Regency
Dallas, Texas

Educational Credits

Type of Credit Potential Credits Earned
Continued Medical Education (CME) Maximum of 16 CMES* (pending final approval through the University of Cincinnati)
AATB CTBS/CRCS Maximum of 17.4 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)
Registered Nursing (RN)  12 contact hours (California Board of Registered Nursing provider number: 08061)
American Board of Transplant Certification 12 Credit Hours
American Society of Quality 12 Credit Hours
Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) A maximum of 12 CEUs

In order to receive credit for the meeting, it is mandatory that you complete the 2018 Annual Meeting Evaluations. You can complete the survey in real time through the meeting app, or you can complete it after the meeting using the link that will be sent to you via email. Please check your spam folder if you do not receive an email after the meeting. The evaluation will close November 2, 2018.

2017 AATB Annual Meeting

October 3 - 6, 2018
Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld
Orlando, Florida

Annual Meeting 2017 Highlights

The Annual Meeting is always a fantastic opportunity for us to promote the AATB’s values of professional development and education within the tissue banking community. We were proud that 90 percent of the content presented during the 2017 Annual Meeting was new. In addition, a new learning track, focused on donor family services, was added to the meeting this year. Also for the first time, we offered education credits for Certified Surgical Technologists and those in the sterile processing and resource management fields. These factors, combined with the hard work of the AATB staff and committee volunteers, created another successful meeting — with 96 percent of survey respondents reporting that the meeting met their expectations.

Thank you again to everyone who participated in the 2017 AATB Annual Meeting.