CV Passport

 

CV Passport

About the CV Passport

The CV Passport, in its two formats (Online and PDF), is primarily aimed at trainees in hematology, enabling you to view and exploit the revised and harmonized European Hematology Curriculum 2012, endorsed by 27 national societies of hematology. 

The CV Online

The online CV Passport is a tool to enable you to monitor your progress in training using the European Hematology Curriculum and the recommended levels of competence next to each item. 

If you are a member of EHA, you can start using the online CV Passport straightaway. If not, you simply need to register first via the CV Online registration button. There is no charge.

The CV Passport, in its three formats (Online, booklet and PDF), is primarily aimed at trainees in hematology, enabling you to view and exploit the revised and harmonized European Hematology Curriculum 2012, endorsed by 27 national societies of hematology. The 8 sections of the curriculum are divided into subsections and then items, which have boxes next to them indicating the three recommended levels of competence, including the European minimum recommendation level, which is highlighted in all versions in red.
The NEW CV Online
The boxes next to the Items in the CV Online are "clickable" and the items themselves are also "tagged' (linked) to EHA learning resources, thus making it an extremely useful tool. On completion of the respective part of your training, as agreed with your mentor,  you can click on and thereby update your competence level online. Then you can save, print and email your latest version and have any or all sections 'signed off' by your mentor.  To put it simply, the CV Online grows into a fully individualized record of your achievements.
 
If you are a member of EHA, you can start using the online CV Passport straightaway. If not, you simply need to register first via the CV Online registration button. There is no charg

CV Passport PDF

Download the PDF version of the CV Passport for free here: CV Passport PDF

We would welcome all feedback on the CV Passport. Please email your comments and questions to education@ehaweb.org