Stephen R.T. Evans, MD Chief Medical Officer, Bloodless Surgery evangelist

International Training Center for Bloodless Medicine and Surgery

Building a bloodless medicine and surgery toolbox to manage the Witness community benefits all of our patients.

- Stephen R.T. Evans, MD

Chief Medical Officer, Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs, MedStar Health

International Training Center for Bloodless Medicine and Surgery

Bloodless fundamentals

Fundamentals

History of bloodless medicine and surgery

This introductory module walks learners through the history of bloodless medicine and surgery and identifies key factors that led to the growth of the bloodless approach.

Fundamentals

Bloodless medicine and surgery strategies

This module discusses the primary pillars of bloodless medicine and surgery and outlines strategies that ensure patient safety and well-being.

Fundamentals

Legal and ethical considerations of bloodless medicine and surgery

This module discusses the legal and ethical considerations around the bloodless approach and identifies strategies that promote shared decision-making between healthcare providers and their patients.

  • 26

    Countries With Reports

  • 103

    Reports

  • 8.5 million

    Jehovah's Witnesses

Reports from around the world

This map features a selection of articles from countries around the world where a doctor or healthcare team has reported using bloodless strategies to successfully treat Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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Put your experience on the map.

We offer you the opportunity to help improve care for Jehovah’s Witnesses around the world by sharing your experience. We will be glad to receive your previously published or unpublished case report or article focused on the strategies of bloodless care.

We offer free consulting services for administrators and physician leaders wishing to establish a bloodless medicine and surgery program.

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