The 20th Congress of the European Hematology Association (EHA) has opened at Messe Vienna; Messeplatz 1, 1020 Vienna,
Austria. Hundreds of European, Western doctors and students attended the congress, which lasts from June 11 to 14 2015.
The congress offers educational needs of physicians in the field of hematology as a comprehensive discipline by way of the various types of sessions and diverse range of topics. The education and scientific program of the congress will highlight state-ofthe-art clinical practice, recent advances, new data and views from different stakeholders and international organizations.
The EHA congress aims to enhance the knowledge, competence and performance of physicians who are involved in the care of patients with hematology to positively affect patient outcomes.
It provides a forum for presenting original unpublished data and sharing ideas for hematological innovation as well as disseminating evidence-based knowledge of primary clinical relevance.
Hematologists and affiliated professionals attending the EHA Congress will be able to:
Enhance their knowledge of evidence-based approaches on diagnosis and treatment for hematologic diseases.
Access the latest results on clinical and translational research in hematologic disorders.
Be updated on emerging innovative techniques, diagnostic tools and risk-assessment strategies in hematology and its subspecialties.
Communicate, collaborate and network with representatives of a large international audience – medical professionals, national hematology societies, patient groups, medical industry and the media.
Hematology Tutorials are courses aiming to provide laboratory and clinical hematologists with an integrated diagnostic and clinical work-up of hematological disorders.
The scientific program takes the participants through the diagnostic and clinical pathway with plenary lectures, interactively conducted clinical case study sessions and self-assessment sessions. The faculty is available to provide individual guidance to the participants throughout the meeting. The scientific program is designed to encourage interaction between the faculty and the course participants.