National & International Haemovigilance Systems

The members of the International Haemovigilance Network are national haemovigilance systems, not individual people working in the field. Each country that is a member has a separate section on this website, and the links are shown on the left hand side of this page.

The country sections contain details of when the country joined, and the OCP name and contact details, as well as annual reports and papers , the governance structure for haemovigilance for that country, and so on.

Countries with haemovigilance systems in place who are not yet members may join. An approach should be made via a member of the Board (see contacts section). An annual fee is payable which relates to the size of the blood transfusion practice in that country. Thereafter individuals may wish to register as mambers from that country, in addition to the Official Contact Person (OCP).  The OCP is usually the director of the haemovigilance system, or someone who has been formally nominated to fulfill the role.