National societies

EHA pursues close collaboration with the national hematology societies to ensure that the professional hematology community in Europe is served in the best possible way. By sharing information, coordinating activities and combining forces where possible, EHA and the National Societies seek to reinforce each other, ensure complementarity of actions at the European and national level, and optimize impact.

Education and training

EHA offers a unique, independent medical education program which can of benefit to every hematologist in Europe. EHA provides support and welcomes collaboration with the National Societies on a number of educational services, from the European Hematology Curriculum and the European Hematology Exam to online learning (EHA Campus) and Master Classes.

EBAH-CME Accreditation

National societies are eligible to become official EBAH-CME Providers. As an EBAH-CME Provider, national societies are able to accredit national society events according to the EBAH Standards & Guidelines. Official EBAH-CME Providers do not need the EBAH-CME review board as they review the meetings independently. For more information, please contact

European affairs

EHA seeks and welcomes alignment with National Societies on policy and regulatory challenges at the national and EU levels. EHA regularly invites input from National Societies for its EU-level advocacy and continues to work with National Societies to advance the goals of the joint Madrid Declaration on enhanced training requirements for hematologists in the Professional Qualifications Directive.

Direct communication line with EHA

Continuous dialogue between the National Societies and EHA is important for further development of hematology in Europe. National society representatives or presidents are welcome to contact EHA directly at


EHA Specialized Working Groups

National Societies are welcome to participate in the EHA Specialized Working Groups. For further details, please click here. For more information please contact