2018年世界献血者日预告

  • 发布日期:2018.03.12
  • 作者:世界卫生组织
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2018年世界献血者日:6月14日


为他人着想。捐献热血。分享生命。


        每年6月14日,世界各国都会庆祝世界献血者日,通过这个活动来感谢自愿无偿献血者献出可挽救生命的礼物——血液,同时提高人们对定期献血必要性的认识,以确保当病人有需求时血液和血液制品的质量、安全性和可得性。


        输注血液和血液制品每年帮助挽救数百万生命,而且能帮助罹患危及生命病症的患者延长生命并提高其生活质量,同时还能支持复杂的医疗和手术程序。输注血液和血液制品在孕产妇和儿童卫生保健方面以及在天灾人祸中也具有挽救生命的重要作用。


        能够为患者提供足量安全血液和血液制品的采供血机构是有效卫生系统的关键组成部分。只有通过自愿无偿献血者定期献血,才能确保血液的足够供应。但是在许多国家,采供血机构面临的挑战是,既要提供充足的血液,又要确保其质量和安全性。


        今年活动的重点


        今年活动的主题将献血作为一种团结互助行为,着重突出利他主义、尊重、同情和善良等人类基本价值观,强调并维持自愿无偿献血制度。我们采用的口号是“为他人着想。捐献热血。分享生命”,旨在提请关注自愿献血制度在鼓励人们相互关爱以及建立社会联系和加强社区团结方面的作用。


        活动的目的是突出讲述那些自身生命受益于他人献血而得以挽救的人们的故事,借此来激发定期献血者继续献血的积极性,同时鼓励那些健康良好但从未献过血的人们(尤其是年轻人)开始加入到这一行列。


        可以组织纪念活动和会议,出版相关故事,举办学术会议,在本国、地区和国际学术期刊上发表文章,以及开展其它有助于促进今年世界献血者日主题的活动。


        今年活动的目标


        ●颂扬和感谢献血者,并鼓励尚未献过血的人们开始献血;

        ●使更多的人们认识到献血是一种造福于全社会的无私行为,只有通过自愿无偿献血者定期献血,才能确保血液的足够供应;

        ●强调全年坚定参与献血的必要性,以保持充足供应并使本国的血液做到自给自足;

        ●集中关注献血情况,这是社区参与卫生系统的表现,同时关注社区参与维持充足,安全和可持续的血液供应的重要性;

        ●促进关于献血的社区价值观,加强社区团结和社会凝聚力,鼓励人们相互关爱,并建立有爱心的社区;

        ●促进国际合作,确保在全球传播自愿无偿献血原则并就此达成共识,同时提高血液的安全性和可得性。


        活动主办国


        2018年世界献血者日活动由主办国希腊通过希腊国家血液中心主办。全球主会场活动将于2018年6月14日在雅典举行。




World Blood Donor Day, 14 June 2018


Be there for someone else. Give blood. Share life.


Every year, on 14 June, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day. The event serves to thank voluntary, unpaid blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood and to raise awareness of the need for regular blood donations to ensure the quality, safety and availability of blood and blood products for patients in need.


Transfusion of blood and blood products helps save millions of lives every year. It can help patients suffering from life-threatening conditions live longer and with a higher quality of life, and supports complex medical and surgical procedures. It also has an essential, life-saving role in maternal and child care and during the emergency response to man-made and natural disasters.


A blood service that gives patients access to safe blood and blood products in sufficient quantity is a key component of an effective health system. An adequate supply can only be ensured through regular donations by voluntary, unpaid blood donors. However, in many countries, blood services face the challenge of making sufficient blood available, while also ensuring its quality and safety.


Focus of this year’s campaign


The theme of this year’s campaign is blood donation as an action of solidarity. It highlights the fundamental human values of altruism, respect, empathy and kindness which underline and sustain voluntary unpaid blood donation systems. We have adopted the slogan, “Be there for someone else. Give blood. Share life”, to draw attention to the roles that voluntary donation systems play in encouraging people to care for one another and generate social ties and a united community.


The campaign aims to highlight stories of people whose lives have been saved through blood donation, as a way of motivating regular blood donors to continue giving blood, and to motivate people in good health who have never given blood to begin doing so, particularly young people.


Activities may include commemorative events, meetings, publication of relevant stories, scientific conferences, publication of articles in national, regional and international scientific journals, and other activities that would help in promoting the theme of this year’s World Blood Donor Day.


The objectives of this year’s campaign


●to celebrate and thank individuals who donate blood and to encourage those who have not yet donated blood to start donating;

●to raise wider awareness that blood donation is an altruistic action that benefits all of society and that an adequate supply can only be ensured through regular donations by voluntary, unpaid blood donors;

●to highlight the need for committed, year-round blood donation, in order to maintain adequate supplies and achieve national self-sufficiency of blood;

●to focus attention on blood donation as an expression of community participation in the health system, and the importance of community participation in maintaining sufficient, safe and sustainable blood supplies;

●to promote the community values of blood donation in enhancing community solidarity and social cohesion and in in encouraging people to care for one another and build a caring community;

●to promote international collaboration and ensure worldwide dissemination of and consensus on the principles of voluntary non-remunerated donation, while increasing blood safety and availability


Host for World Blood Donor Day 2018 events


The host country for World Blood Donor Day 2018 is Greece, through the Hellenic National Blood Centre. The global event will be held in Athens on 14 June 2018.