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Centre Membership

List of benefits

  • Have access to the EBMT Registry to store and retrieve your data and obtain statistical overviews (subject to current privacy regulations).
  • Initiate and/or participate in the studies of the Working Parties – including retrospective studies, noninterventional prospective studies and clinical trials.
  • Be eligible for 50% discount on JACIE Accreditation fees.
  • Stand for election for any of the EBMT Board representatives.
  • Vote in the EBMT elections of EBMT President, Treasurer, Secretary, Working Party Chairpersons and the President of the EBMT Nurses Group.
  • Receive information about cooperative studies and results of EBMT Research projects.
  • Get free online access to Bone Marrow Transplantation, the official journal of the EBMT. Access includes all regular issues of the journal and any supplements.
  • Be an early bird forever to attend the Annual Meeting of the EBMT and the EBMT Educational Events. This means you are eligible for the reduced registration fees at any time you register*
  • Receive our EBMT monthly newsletter, updates about EBMT Educational Events and all EBMT Activities.*
  • Be the first to receive the annual EBMT Activity Survey – the tool for assessing the real picture of HSCT and cellular therapy in Europe.*
  • Continue your education by having member access to the EBMT E-learning platform. Content in the platform includes: Webinars, e-Courses for Nurses, Data Managers and Trainees, Sessions from previous EBMT Educational Events and an online forum.*

*Patient associations' benefits

Centre Membership Categories

You can read more about each of the Centre Member categories by clicking the boxes below.

Full Membership

Full Membership

Provisional membership

Applicants fulfilling all the requirements to be become an EBMT member will be granted Provisional Membership. Provisional Membership is a temporary status with the same benefits as Full Membership with the exception that Provisional Members do not have voting rights and may not stand for election as officers. The EBMT Secretary presents all membership applications for approval at the General Assembly Meeting that takes place at the Annual Meeting. The General Assembly approves final admission. Having been accepted, individuals are granted Full Membership (except non-reporting members).

Full membership

Full Membership requires clinical transplant centres to commit to submit a minimum set of data, referred to as MED-A data, on all patients treated in their centre on an annual basis. The duty is to report all consecutive haematopoietic stem cell transplants and other cellular therapies and follow-up data.

Sponsors

To apply for membership you must include the signatures of two individuals from centres with Full or Associate Membership acting as sponsors.

Associate Membership

Associate Membership

Any clinical transplant centre not reporting a minimum of MED-A data on all patients on an annual basis will automatically be downgraded to Associate Membership, losing its voting rights and becoming ineligible to apply for accreditation.

These centres can still participate in EBMT studies and are eligible for a free subscription to the Official Journal of the EBMT.

Patient Associations are automatically assigned to Associate Membership.

Individual members of the Associate Centre have the same rights as individuals listed within Full Membership centres.

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Fees

Centre Membership Fees

Centre Membership Fees

See below for the Centre Member fees and any additional member fees. 

Membership Who Fee per year
Centre 1 Group* €900

*1 group includes: 3 physicians (including the Principal Investigator), 1 Principal Nurse, 1 Data manager, 1 Quality manager, 1 Lab technician, 1 Pharmacist and 1 Transplant coordinator per centre.

If you would like to add any additional members to your centre's team:

Who Fee per year
Nurse €40
Lab technician €40
Pharmacist €40
Transplant coordinator €40
Physician €75
Data manager €75
Other individuals €75

Special Fees

Low-to-Middle-Income Countries (LMIC)

Low-to-Middle-Income Countries (LMIC)

Countries which are defined as low-income economies (US$1,045 or less GNI per capita) or as lower-middle-income economies (US$1,046 to US$4,095 GNI per capita), as defined by The World Bank Group, are eligible to apply for membership with the EBMT at a reduced membership fee.

Countries eligible for LMIC Membership can be found at this webpage. Countries listed under the headings “Low-Income Economies” and “Lower-Middle-Income Economies” will be considered for LMIC Membership.

Centre Members are strongly encouraged to commit to submit a minimum set of “MED A” data on all patients treated in their centre on an annual basis. Please note that all rights and obligations available to full-paying members are also available to LMIC Members.

Membership Who Fee per year
Centre 1 Group* €900  €450

*1 group includes: 3 physicians (including the Principal Investigator), 1 Principal Nurse, 1 Data manager, 1 Quality manager, 1 Lab technician, 1 Pharmacist and 1 Transplant coordinator per centre.

Non-European member fee

Non-European Members

All non-European countries are eligible to apply for membership with the EBMT at a reduced membership fee. Click here to see the list of European countries, if your country is not listed here you are eligible to apply. 

New non-European Centres that report data to EBMT will have two years of free membership. Centre Members are strongly encouraged to commit to submit a minimum set of “MED A” data on all patients treated in their centre on an annual basis.

Membership Who Fee per year
Centre 1 Group* €900  Free**

*1 group includes: 3 physicians (including the Principal Investigator), 1 Principal Nurse, 1 Data manager, 1 Quality manager, 1 Lab technician, 1 Pharmacist and 1 Transplant coordinator per centre.

**1st year of membership free, 2nd year of membership free if full centre. After two years centres pay the regular fee.