New learning platform for hematology professionals: EHA Campus
Wietske Hollegien, Naomi van Hattem and Manon Saris, European Hematology Assocation, The Hague, The Netherlands
On January 31st the European Hematology Association launched the EHA Campus. Focusing entirely on interactive learning, this new platform offers many tools based on, high quality content on a wide variety of topics, representing all topics of the European Hematology Curriculum.1
Online education enables people to learn in their own time, on their own device, everywhere around the world. EHA finds it very important to offer this possibility to the hematology community, supporting all those who want to update their knowledge.
On EHA Campus, medical and scientific professionals with an interest in hematology can find different types of courses. Most of these include self-assessment opportunities, to test what was learned directly. Current courses range from Morphology quizzes and e-courses to a Statistics course for Clinical Researchers.
The learning program will be developing along the way: new learning materials will be uploaded regularly. EHA will launch clinical cases, e-courses and morphology cases every month and more courses for clinical researchers are in the pipeline.
To ensure high quality resources and make sure material is original, up-to-date and relevant, all learning tools are reviewed by designated hematology professionals.
Access to most courses will be a member-benefit, certificates can be obtained, and courses will be EBAH accredited.
Visit our platform at ehacampus.ehaweb.org
1. Almeida, A, Ar, C, Hellström-Lindberg, E, et al. The European Hematology Curriculum: An Electronic Passport Promoting Professional Competence and Mobility. Hemasphere, June 2018, Volume 2 - Issue 3 - p e49