The EBMT coordinates its scientific activities through 11 Working Parties.
Disease-based: Acute Leukaemia, Severe Aplastic Anaemia, Autoimmune Diseases, Chronic Malignancies, Inborn Errors, Lymphomas, Paediatrics and Solid Tumours.
Transversal dealing with all patients regardless of diagnosis or age: Cellular Therapy and Immunobiology, Infectious Diseases, transplant-related complications and quality of life after SCT.
Over the last two decades stem cell transplantation (SCT) nursing has grown rapidly and has acknowledged the need for care of the patients, their families and donors. SCT nurses are involved in the decision-making process about treatment options for their patients. The EBMT Nurses Group is involved in the care of the BMT patient.
One major goal when collecting data on patients whose treatment includes haematopoietic stem cell transplantation is to make it possible to perform retrospective and non-interventional prospective studies. Moreover, prospective clinical trials aimed at acquiring scientific knowledge form the basis for continuously improving patient care.