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IHN General Assembly 2017

The 2017 IHN General Assembly will be held on Sunday 18th June from 12.00-12.45 Central European Summer Time. More information


The International Haemovigilance Network was formed in 2009 from the European Haemovigilance Network which itself was founded in 1998.

The membership of the network consists of national, operational haemovigilance systems. These organisations join the group on behalf of their country, with a nominated lead member who is usually the head (director, president) of the national haemovigialnce system of that country. Individuals working in haemovigilance from member countries are free to participate in all aspects of IHN.

The IHN  provides a forum for sharing best practice and benchmarking of data, as well as providing a resource for existing and new haemovigilance systems. An annual symposium is held each year in one of the member countries and may be attended by interested professionals.

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    • IHN General Assembly 2017

      The 2017 IHN General Assembly will be held on Sunday 18th June from 12.00-12.45 Central European Summer Time, following the ISBT Haemovigilance Working Party meeting at the ISBT regional congress in Copenhagen. The ISBT Working Party meeting will be held from 8.30-12 noon.  For those of you attending the ISBT congress, we hope you can attend the [...]

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    • IHN seminar 2017

      In 2017 IHN will collaborate with the DGTI (Deutschen Gesellschaft für Transfusionsmedizin und Immunhämatologie) to organise joint sessions at the DGIT Congress in Cologne, 24-27 October. As part of IHN’s new strategic plan, endorsed by the last IHN General Assembly, the International Seminar will be organised bi-annually, in the even years. In alternate years IHN [...]

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