EHA Guidelines Workshop series

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EHA has initiated a series of online workshops dedicated to guidelines (produced or endorsed by EHA) aimed at disseminating good practices and knowledge for diagnosis and treatment of hematologic diseases.

The EHA Guidelines Workshops will take place live in a virtual meeting platform with a networking option. During the 1,5 hour workshop, a panel including the lead authors and other experts will address patient cases in the context of the Guidelines and will illustrate their application in current clinical scenarios. The content will be available on-demand afterwards.

By registering for a workshop you can virtually interact with the workshop faculty. The platform allows you to connect with peers and have one-on-one discussions about patients cases, the applications of the guidelines at a national level and many more..

The program of this first series of 6 Guidelines Workshops extends to April 2021 and covers different hematologic diseases in both benign and malignant settings. Following the EHA2021 (where Guidelines sessions will be hosted), EHA plans to start a second Guidelines Workshops series beginning in Autumn 2021. 

Target audience

Hematologists, clinicians, transfusion medicine specialists, oncologists, special nurses, researchers.

Registration (for all workshops)

You can no longer register for the EHA Guidelines Workshop.

Register here

Sponsorship

There are various opportunities to support this meeting or the entire workshop program. For more information please click here or send an email to sponsorship@ehaweb.org.
The EHA Guidelines Workshop Series are supported by:

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EBAH-CME

Continuing Medical Education (CME) is widely accepted to encourage individual practitioners to maintain and develop professional knowledge and skills keeping up-to-date with latest developments within the field. The Guidelines Workshops will be accredited by the EBAH system.

Workshop program November 2020 - April 2021

The series of 6 workshop, which will run from November 2020 to April 2021 and are aimed at disseminating good practices and knowledge. Below you will find an overview of the confirmed program and you can click on the individual workshops to learn more.