Regulations for Blood Banks

  • Skill Level
  • Lectures
    1 Video
  • Enrolled
    114 students

What you'll learn

Successful blood services depend on legally empowered regulatory services. Blood transfusion services are important constituents of national health services. Blood transfusion services in India are regulated by the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, and its subsequent amendments. The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 specifies about accommodation, manpower, equipment, supplies and reagents, good manufacturing practices, and process control to be followed in Indian blood transfusion services.

Regulatory affairs in the Indian blood banking system are controlled by central and provincial Drug Control authority under the Drug Controller General of India. It is very important for blood transfusion camps or services to follow the regulations given by the authorities.

Who should attend?

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Hospital administrators

Key concepts covered include:

By the end of this course you will be able to understand:

  • Components of blood bank regulations
  • The process involved in the operations of a blood bank
  • Licensing for blood bank
  • Various regulations which are followed by blood banks


Dr. Kamalakar

CEO Admin in Premier Hospitals


He is a doctor with a post-graduation in hospital administration from Medvarsity. He has served in the army medical corps as Lt. Colonel and retired after 25 years of distinguished service. He is a Guest faculty at the University of Hyderabad/ ASCI for MBA courses and advisor to Adviser to IIHMR, Bangalore. He has published several articles in indexed journals, magazines, and newspapers. He has been adjudged BEST HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR OF THE YEAR 2015. Honored by Chairman, Parliamentary standing committee on Health at DELHI.
He is also the lead auditor, QMS ISO 9001-2015, certified Examiner IMCRB National Quality Award Malcolm Baldridge model, Six Sigma certified, and QMS Consultant- KPMG India.

For: beginners

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