The Comprehensive Review of Blood Banking is a course designed to meet the demands and responsibilities of pathologists in evaluating and understanding immunohematology lab tests and deciding on correct use of blood components. Lectureres will offer information on the imperative need to understand the expectations and review protocol in dealing with daily transfusion medicine. Presentors also cover the latest knowledge on blood group serology and molecular advancements, in addition to patient blood management with evidence-based utilization decisions. Other topics of discussion include the use blood components, but also the secure and correct use of blood derived factors and Rh Immunoglobin for transfusion medicine. Vital problems and possible difficulities in blood component use will be discussed together with the modern-day consensus recommendations for safe transfusion. The program provides new knowledge and practical guidecomparinglines for pathologists dealing with transfusion medicine. Attendees will benefit from this course by comparing, reviewing, modifying, and advancing their own practice and applying new information to their daily work.