European Hematology Curriculum
Harmonization of hematology knowledge is part of EHA’s mission. The first step in harmonizing hematology training is to stipulate the required fields of knowledge, each with its recommended level of competence. For this purpose, EHA published in 2006 the first European Hematology Curriculum. This document details the different areas which hematologists are expected to cover during their training and expresses the minimum recommended levels of competence that a hematology trainee should attain on a consensual description of the scope of the specialty of hematology. Revisions happened in 2012, 2018, and the latest update in 2023.
New topics have been added, incorporating the new knowledge, diagnostic tools and novel treatment modalities that have been developed in the last years.
The eight sections of The European Hematology Curriculum 2023 are:
- Clinical hematology: Non-malignant hematology
- Clinical hematology: Myeloid malignancies
- Clinical hematology: Lymphoid malignancies and plasma cell disorders
- Treatment of hematological disorders
- Laboratory diagnoses
- Thrombosis and hemostasis
- Transfusion medicine
- General skills
The EHA Curriculum has been translated into several languages.
In the coming weeks, we will be uploading all the translated versions of the curriculum.
Stay tuned for updates as we make learning even more inclusive and enriching for all.
Adapting the curriculum
EHA is delighted to offer the EHA curriculum, which is licensed under Creative Commons, allowing for adaptability to various contexts. Institutions interested in utilizing this curriculum are encouraged to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org), as we can provide valuable support and assistance. We understand the importance of tailoring educational materials to specific needs, and our team is committed to ensuring a successful implementation.
Curriculum Passport online 2023
The Curriculum passport 2023 is a cutting-edge online interactive tool is exclusively designed for all EHA members, providing support to both hematology trainees and hematologists.
This platform allows to download a personalized copy of the EHA curriculum 2023.
The Curriculum Passport 2018 will be deleted on November 30, 2023. It is recommended that all users download or save any relevant information or materials from the current curriculum before that date.
The European Hematology Curriculum is endorsed by 27 National Societies.
- By endorsing the Curriculum, the National Societies align themselves with the rest of the European hematology community and promote a consistent and standardized approach to hematology education throughout Europe.
- Mobility and Exchange: the Curriculum is designed to facilitate mobility and exchange of hematology professionals within Europe.
- Quality of education & Recognition : National Societies demonstrate their commitment to high quality hematology education and training within the European hematology community.
|Hungarian Society of Haematology and Transfusion||Norwegian Society of Haematology||Österreichische Gesellschaft für Hämatologie und Onkologie||Polish Society of Hematology and Transfusion Medicine|
|Belgian Hematology Society
||British Society for Haematology|| Société Française d'Hématologie
||Bulgarian Society of Haematology|
|Danish Society of Haematology||German Society for Hematology and Medical Oncology||Dutch Hematology Association||Finnish Association of Haematology|
|Hellenic Society of Haematology||Israel Society of Hematology and Transfusion Medicine||Italian Society of Experimental Hematology||Haematology Association of Ireland|
|Lithuanian Hematology Society||Swedish Society of Hematology||Siieta Italiana di Ematologia||Slovak Hematology and Transfusiology Society|
|Slovenian Society of Hematology||Sociedad Española de Hematología y Hemoterapia||Swiss Society of Hematology||Sociedade Portuguesa de Hematologia|
|Turkish Society of Hematology
||Macedonian Hematology Association|
THE European Hematology Curriculum is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License