EHA offers national hematology societies a package of services. The purpose of the package is to facilitate the communication between the national societies and EHA.
Direct Communication line with EHA
Continuous and close contact between the national societies and EHA is important for further development of hematology in Europe. National society representatives or presidents can contact EHA directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EHA encourages the national societies to submit their membership database to EHA. EHA will use this database to distribute information relevant to hematology. Protection of privacy is a major concern for EHA. Therefore, any personal information submitted is treated with the utmost respect for the privacy and other rights of the society’s ‘individuals’. In return, EHA will offer printed sets of labels with contact information of all EHA members. For more information please contact Gabriela Rojková at email@example.com.
European national hematology societies are invited to use Haematologica/The Hematology Journal and the EHA website as a platform for announcing accredited scientific activities organized by the national society. In addition, it is possible to promote accredited society meetings through the EHA News, which is sent monthly to all EHA members. For more information regarding promotion please contact Ineke van der Beek at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participation in the EHA Scientific Working Groups
National societies are welcome to participate in the EHA Scientific Working Groups. For further details, please click here. For more information please contact Gabriela Rojková at email@example.com.
Annual National Society Meeting
Every year, EHA organizes the National Society meeting for the national societies throughout Europe. This provides the representatives with an opportunity to meet colleagues. Costs for this annual event are partly covered by EHA. For more information please contact Gabriela Rojková at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EHA CME Provider
National societies are eligible to become official EHA-CME Providers. As an EHA CME Provider, national societies are able to submit national society events for accreditation according to the EHA-CME Standards & Guidelines. Official EHA-CME Providers do not use the EHA CME review board as they review the meetings independently. For more information please contact Fabiola de Andrade at email@example.com.
Curriculum – Passport
The EHA Hematology Curriculum is described and laid out in the so-called “CV Passport”. To help with its implementation, a key individual were identified in each national society and were involved in the registration and monitoring of hematology trainees. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.