EHA-THD Joint membership

We are pleased to inform that EHA and the Türk Hematoloji Derneği (THD) have joined forces and are offering you the possibility of an EHA-THD Joint Membership in 2023.


EHA offers a €80 discount on the full EHA Membership fee if you are a member of the THD. This joint membership pricing is available to all senior members (37 - 64 years) living in Turkey who would like to become a member of both the EHA and the THD.


Hematologists with EHA and THD memberships will have access to the complete range of services a hematology professional needs today, along with discounts in all EHA and THD meetings and access to the EHA Campus.

If you are a hematologist and are not a member of THD yet, this is the best time to become one and avail of this unique opportunity.

How to apply

New Joint members can apply via the THD website first, as the membership process involves 2 reference letters. Once approved by THD, we at the EHA will contact you to finalize your joint membership application.

If you are already a member of THD then you can apply directly via this link for a joint EHA –THD membership. Former members of EHA who are also a member of THD can also renew their EHA membership for a reduced annual fee using the same link and joining the EHA-THD Joint membership programme.

Important notice

Joint membership discount is not applicable on already discounted prices.

The main aim of this joint membership program is to strengthen the voice of hematology on European level especially towards important lobbying activities as well as encouraging collaborations in research, education and patient care.

When registering as an EHA-THD joint member you agree that your membership information will be shared between the European Hematology Association and the Türk Hematoloji Derneği and processed in accordance with the relevant data protection legislation and will be used for administration and communication purposes only. Outside this no personal data will be shared with any other party.

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