Study on the Causes and Governance Path of Blood Supply Shortage in China Mainland
Science Journal of Public Health
Volume 4, Issue 3, May 2016, Pages: 229-234
Received: May 16, 2016;
Published: May 19, 2016
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Feng Weiping, Testing Laboratory, Gansu Red Cross Blood Center, Lanzhou, China
Lin Xiaojuan, Prenatal Diagnosis Center, Gansu Province Maternity and Child-Care Hospital, Lanzhou, China
In the past five years, the situation of blood supply shortage in China mainland was increasingly grim. The occurrence of blood supply shortage has inevitable objective reasons, but more are subjective reasons that can be avoided originally. The purpose of this paper is that through the analysis of the subjective reasons for the formation of blood supply shortage, to seek the effective way to solve the problem. Analysis shows that the main four causes of blood supply shortage are imperfect incentive mechanism, crisis of confidence, in short supply and the weak foundation. The governance path of blood supply shortages should be multi-governance dominated by the government and involved with multi-organization participation. The government should play a leading role; Blood collection and supply department should improve its service level; Medical institutions should improve the level of scientific and reasonable blood use; Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) should play their own advantages, to participate in the propaganda and the donation work; The news media should actively participate in social public welfare publicity of blood donation; The general public should trust and support for acquisition and use of blood. For the immediate interests of the public, the relevant departments and personnel should work together and perform its own functions, only in this way the blood supply shortage problem can be effectively alleviated or thoroughly solved.
Study on the Causes and Governance Path of Blood Supply Shortage in China Mainland, Science Journal of Public Health.
Vol. 4, No. 3,
2016, pp. 229-234.
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