A Journey Through Reportable Events
Deviations happen, but does FDA require each one to be reported? Join members of the EBAA QA Committee as they present various cases and discuss whether or not the described deviations from standard procedures are reportable to the FDA. From common to uncommon incidents, you’ll learn what constitutes a reportable deviation and hear examples of deviations throughout the eye banking community.
For one fee of $50 (EBAA Member) or $150 (Non-Member), the entire organization may attend the webinar. After registration, a confirmation email will be sent with a discount code. The contact person who purchased the session should send the discount code to other staff members who may wish to attend the session. The discount code will allow staff to attend remotely for free.
Note: if an organization has multiple locations, additional registrations must be purchased for each location.
A new CEU process has been implemented. If an individual views the session through their own eyeLEARN account, they simply need to complete the survey on their account to claim credit for the session. If a group of people view the session together in a conference room, then each person should complete the survey listed in the confirmation email to claim CEU credit.
Important: Whether through eyeLEARN or the survey in the confirmation email, each attendee must complete their own survey to claim credit for the session.
Manager of Ocular Division
New Brunswick Organ and Tissue Program - Ocular Division
Debbie Jefferson has University Degrees in Nursing and Education and has worked as a Registered Nurse within Horizon Health Network since 1986. In 2004 Debbie began working in the New Brunswick Organ and Tissue Program- Ocular Division. Debbie obtained CEBT certification in 2005 and CTBS certification in 2007. Debbie has dual roles within the NBOTP; she is the Quality Supervisor for the NBOTP and oversees the quality programs for the NBOTP Ocular, Tissue and Organ Divisions; plus is the Manager for the Ocular Division.
Chief Quality Officer
Dakota Lions Sight and Health
Matthew Arnett is the Chief Quality Officer of Dakota Lions Sight & Health (DLSH) where he has worked since 2013. Prior to joining DLSH, he worked as an analytical chemist for a FDA-regulated pharmaceutical and cosmetics manufacturing firm. Matthew currently serves as Chair of the EBAA Quality Assurance Committee and has also served on the Mary Jane O'Neill Fellowship in International Eye Banking Selection Committee and as a guest faculty member of the 2019-2020 Technician Education Seminar. When not at work, Matthew enjoys spending time with his family (wife & son), cheering for the Green Bay Packers as a partial (1/360,760th) owner of the team, and brewing his own beer in a custom designed brewery in his garage.
Manager of Quality and Compliance
Sierra Donor Services Eye Bank
Kristen Pereira is the Manager of Quality & Compliance at the Sierra Donor Services Eye Bank and has been a part of the organization's Quality Assurance Department for the past nine years. She has achieved a Bachelor's Degree in health care administration, along with the following certifications: Certified Tissue Bank Specialist, Certified Eye Bank Technician, Certified Quality Improvement Associate, and Certified Quality Auditor. She is involved in all aspects of quality; from implementing policies and procedures, to adverse reaction reporting, to handling various types of third party inspections.
Vice President of Regulations and Compliance
Advancing Sight Network
Elizabeth Ellett is the Vice President of Regulations and Compliance at Advancing Sight Network. Elizabeth received her Master of Science in healthcare administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Elizabeth holds certifications with the American Society of Quality, American Society of Clinical Pathologist, and Lean Six Sigma as a Green Belt. She has served as both lead and general auditor for CAP and AABB and is a current member of American College of Healthcare Executives.