Welcome to the NOTIFY Library site where experts from across the globe collaborate to share didactic information on documented adverse outcomes associated with the clinical use of human organs, blood, tissues and cells. The data presented on the Notify Library site should be seen in the context of impressive success stories in transplantation, transfusion and assisted reproduction across the world.

  • New WHO guidance on Blood safety and COVID-19

    The World Health Organisation has released a new guidance document on "Maintaining a safe and adequate blood supply during the pandemic outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)". Guidance document on blood, all technical guidance and WHO bulletin are available at the links:

    WHO Guidance document on blood safety

    WHO country and technical guidance

    WHO bulletin on COVID19

  • COVID-19: Organ Donation and Transplant Town Hall Webinar

    Organ Donation and Transplant professionals from around the world convened on March 23 in a town hall webinar aimed at helping health care professionals navigate the ever-evolving COVID-19 crises. The webinar was organised by the American Society of Transplantation along with representatives from nearly a dozen other organisations. A recording is now available.

  • MPHO safety recommendations related to SARS-CoV-2

    A new section for MPHO safety recommendations related to SARS-CoV-2 released by health authorities or professional societies is now available under Background documents. The links are being constantly updated as new information comes in. Further recommendations on COVID-19 outbreak and Rapid Risk assessment are available at the link:

    ECDC Rapid Risk Assessment (Chapter 5. MPHO safety related), and additional recommendation on MPHO supply in EU/EEA

    CDC Rapid Risk Assessment

    Africa CDC outbreak on Novel Coronavirus Global Epidemic

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The database is continually updated and currently new cases are being collected and submitted to editorial working groups in order to increase the database content and scope.