• Organization TypeGovernment
  • Founded1994

Institut National de la Transfusion Sanguine

About The National Institute of Blood Transfusion (INTS) is a public interest group (GIP) created by ministerial decree in March 1994. As an actor in the French transfusion landscape, its missions are the exercises of benchmark activities , research and training in order to contribute to the improvement of blood safety. The single point of contact, guarantor and expert in matters of blood transfusion, the establishment is structured in 7 departments which thus contribute to: - blood safety - prevention of known or emerging risks - adapting transfusion activity to scientific and technological developments The triple axis Reference-Research-Training which constitutes the heart of the missions of INTS assures it a major asset of transversality of expertise in the various fields of transfusion, essential to any medical discipline. Missions The National Institute of Blood Transfusion, an independent structure recognized on a scientific and ethical level, has the mission of guaranteeing transfusion safety in France. Its organization is coordinated around 3 main key missions: reference, research, training ; Inseparable and complementary activities that can thus meet the ethical requirements of the discipline and give the INTS a role of expert referent for all actors in the transfusion landscape.
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  • France
  • Paris
  • 20 rue Bouvier BP 79
  • 75522
  • France
  • Paris
  • 6 rue Alexandre Cabanel
  • 75739